Martin Finnegan

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Martin Finnegan

Martin FinneganMartin was a great guy. A husband to Brenda and a father to Rachel. He was a a family man, and would love nothing more than going home at lunchtimes to his mammy for homemade brown bread! He lived and breathed bikes and started his biking career as a motocrosser progressing to roads under the watchful eye of Tony Cartin of Round tower Racing. He went on to become one of the countrys best known Irish Road Racers. He had 1 podium at the TT and in the same year earned the fastest ever Irishman Lap at 127.63mph. It was while racing that he lost his life aged 28 competing in the Supersport race at the Tandragee 100 race meeting.

 

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