From the first race in 1922, the Ulster Grand Prix has been one of the most thrilling events in the international motorcycling calendar, attracting enormous crowds of spectators to watch the world’s great riders in action.
Now, a century on, the UGP holds a special place in the hearts of fans here in Northern Ireland and across the world. A lifelong fan, Norman Windrum has been attending the UGP for almost seventy years and has an unmatched knowledge of the race and its history.
In this new book, he vividly captures the excitement of the event, from Hubert Hassall’s win in the first race in 1922 to Tom Herron’s magnificent treble in 1978 and the domination of the Dunlop dynasty from the 1980s on.
With over 100 photographs, alongside lively commentary and stories, and bringing together statistics about the race from across its entire history, this is the definitive account of one hundred years of the Ulster Grand Prix.