Schoots to make National road race debut at Cookstown

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LADY racer Nadieh Schoots is set to make her debut on the Irish National roads scene after revealing she will compete at the KDM Hire Cookstown 100.

The Dutch rider will take on both the Open and Cookstown 100 races aboard her Rebel Racing Yamaha R1 machine.

Before crashing out of last year’s North West 200, Schoots had become the first woman ever to qualify for a Superbike race at the Triangle Circuit, clocking a 110.455mph time before hitting the deck on lap four of the scrap.

In addition to Ducati Cup and Superstock 1000 experience in the BSB paddock, she has also been a fixture on the IRRC programme in recent years.

The Cookstown 100 programme kicks off with practice on Friday, 26 April ahead of racing on Saturday.

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