Not everybody’s cup of tea admits Dunlop

Thursday, 13 April 2017

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MICHAEL Dunlop says he is happy with his recently published autobiography even though he admits it makes no difference to him if people like it or not.
The forthright Ballymoney man was speaking prior to the official release of the eagerly-anticipated 'Road Racer: It's in My Blood' this week.
Published by Michael O'Mara Books Ltd in England, the 278-page book details every aspect of the 27-year-old's life from growing up in the shadow of his father Robert to forging a successful racing career of his own.
It also highlights a certain single-mindedness, a determination to succeed and an inability to suffer fools gladly.
So it should come as no surprise, then, that he talks in such frank terms about his thoughts on eve of the book's much heralded release.
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