Torrential rain forces cancellation of Dundrod 150

Posted: 16 Aug 2013

It was very wet at the Ulster...

The 2013 Dundrod 150 race at the Ulster Grand Prix has been cancelled after heavy rainfall throughout the day.

The rain started to fall in the Superstock qualifying session, which was subsequently red flagged. It was hoped that the weather would improve, however this was not to be and race organisers were left with little choice but to cancel the rest of the day’s activity as the poor visibility and amount of standing water  

Guy Martin had set pole for the race from William Dunlop and Bruce Anstey, however they’ll have to wait for their chance to shine in the Ulster Grand Prix races on Saturday. However, with the weather forecast looking doubtful, we’ll have to wait and see.

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