Brough’s Michael Booth enjoyed an excellent latest International roads stint at the FonaCAB Ulster Grand Prix, securing series of very creditable results.
After qualifying sessions, race action on the illustrious Dundrod course began with the record-breaking Circle K Airport Road Service Station Superbike race.
This saw Booth aboard the BSK Pro supported Superstock Kawasaki mount finish a respectable 13th along the way registering a best lap speed of 128.413 mph.
Following the opening six-lap Superbike encounter, the opening Supersport race would yield another solid result for the lead Mountain Course newcomer from TT 2016, taking the Surf Bar backed 675 Triumph to an 18th place finish.
Race day at Dundrod would provide more positive moments for Booth including a brace of top ten finishes in the MMB Surfacing, Around A Pound Superbike races.
Additionally 19th, 12th respectively in the Centra Whitemountain, Skegness Raceway Supersport races, it was overall a highly productive week of racing at Dundrod for the East Yorkshireman.
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