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2003 - the formal NW200 event was cancelled due to rain, but the earlier Superbike event was won by Michael Rutter (999 Ducati, Av sp 191.30 km/h) with Adrian Archibald 2nd (Suzuki) and Steve Plater 3rd (Honda). Mark Parrett was best (and only) placed Kawasaki rider 2mins down on the leaders in a field of predominantly Suzuki riders. Ryan Farquhar won both the Supersport 600 races on a Kawasaki.

2002 - Iain Duffus won on an R1 Yamaha (Av sp 186.96 km/h) ahead of Adrian Archibald with the same time (954 Honda) and Richard Britton 3rd (Suzuki) a half-second back. Mark Parrett was 21st on a Kawasaki (and only 750cc machine). David Jefferies took out the opening Superbike race on a Suzuki and Kiwi Bruce Anstey won the Production race on his 1000cc Suzuki.

2001 - The North West didn't run due to the foot and mouth epidemic in the UK at the time. The club were advised by the ministry of agriculture to cancel the event.

2000 - Michael Rutter (Yamaha) won the opening superbike race ahead of David Jefferies (also Yamaha) and Iain Duffus (Honda). Ryan Farquhar was best placed Kawasaki rider in 8th (1:14 down). In the final superbike event it was Rutter and Jefferies again with Ian Lougher 3rd on another Yamaha (who's bikes took the 1st 5 places). Kiwi Blair Degerholm was best placed Kawasaki in 9th (1:30 mins down) and next best was Alex Donaldson in 14th.

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