|Ulster Grand Prix international road races|
|Dates: Wednesday 8 August-Saturday 11 August Venue: Dundrod circuit, County Antrim|
|Coverage: Commentary on all races live on BBC Radio Ulster and the BBC Sport website; Highlights on BBC One NI at 22:35 BST on Friday 10 August, 22:30 BST on Sunday 12 August and 22:40 BST on Monday 13 August|
A rider has been taken to hospital after a crash at the Ulster Grand Prix.
The incident, at the Joey's Windmill Section of the course on the fourth lap of the opening Superstock class, led to racing being halted.
One rider involved was taken to hospital with the other reported to be "up and walking" after the crash.
Dean Harrison was declared the winner after holding a narrow advantage from earlier leader Peter Hickman when the race was halted.
Conor Cummins took third with Davey Todd, Lee Johnston and Paul Jordan completing the top six.
The leaders had just completed their fourth lap when the race was red flagged.
Harrison set a new Superstock lap record on the lap two.
The meeting did resume after more than an hour's delay as Hickman clinched a dominant eight-second Supersport victory over Harrison but another red flag incident then led to the opening Superbike race being halted after lap one with Harrison again duelling at the front with Hickman.
Ulster Grand Prix schedule
Saturday 11 August - Roads close for seven-race programme from 09:30 BST to 20:30
Race one - Superstock; Race two - Supersport 600; Race three - Lightweight/Ultra-lightweight; Race four - Superbike; Race five - Supersport 600; Race six - Supertwins; Race seven - Superbike