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Anstey to race RCV MotoGP bike at Ulster Grand Prix

Bruce Anstey will race the RC213V-S MotoGP replica at this year’s Ulster Grand Prix as he attempts to defend his own lap record at the World’s Fastest Road Race.

Anstey rode the exotic Moto GP bike at the IOM TT last month, but this will be the first time he competitively rides it fully fit, after suffering bruising from a crash during practice at the TT.

The Flying Kiwi, who has already admitted he’s out to defend his title as the world’s fastest road racer at the MCE UGP, will race the RCV in the Superbike races at both the Plant Lubrication (NI) Dundrod 150 and the main MCE UGP race day.


“I’m really pleased that we’re able to bring the RCV to Dundrod and that I’ll get another run out on it before the season ends. Everyone has been asking Clive about whether it’s going to be there or not, there’s a lot of interest in it and now we can confirm it,” said Anstey.

“I think the bike will go down really well at the Ulster, I’m looking forward to setting off down the Flying Kilo, it’s fantastic to ride and should handle the fast, flowing corners of the circuit with ease.

“I’m looking forward to riding the RCV at full fitness too. I got a bit knocked about and bruised with my off at the TT so this is my chance to get out there and do the bike justice.”

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