The 1990 Ulster Grand Prix was the most exciting and spectacular race day for many years. It saw the return of two major features of the UGP. The first was the 125cc class, which hadn't been run since 1968 and provided one of the best races of the day with a six way battle for the lead. The second 'surprise' was the return to the winners rostrum of Joey Dunlop, with a superb victory in what was to be the last F1 race ever. With six camera coverage of all five races, the 1990 Ulster Grand Prix provides 60 minutes of first class road racing.