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RAF Tornado flypast in Portrush to mark first NW200 races

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Following the end of today’s North West 200 practice session, an RAF Tornado will fly over Portrush to mark the first races of this year’s event.

The flypast, which is set to happen at 5:30pm will also serve as a nod to the annual Air Waves event held in the seaside town in September.


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