125/Moto 3/Supersport 300: The 16 strong 125/Moto 3/Supersport 300 field is certain to provide intriguing, captivating competition. Pre-race favourite is arguably BE Racing In Conjunction with Richardson Kelly Racing’s Michael Browne. Utterly dominant in class encounters from 2021 and 2022, Browne’s illustrated in full that he’s not just prominent aboard 600cc, 1000cc machinery. Aside from Browne, others with podium finishing aspirations will include Germany’s Chris Meyer, Kyle Parkes, Sean Leonard and brother of PreZ Racing’s Paul Jordan, Gary Jordan. Supersport 300 mounted racers to monitor closely, include RJ Woolsey, Mark Johnson and Irish roads legend Barry Davidson. Junior Classic/Senior Classic: Yesteryear racing giants ready to descend upon Cookstown include the above mentioned, Barry Davidson. Eighth on the all-time Irish road race victors list, he’s just one win shy of the 100 wins mark. Set to be astride the 350 Dempster Racing Honda, joining the extremely exclusive 100 wins club, would be a fitting achievement for a true road racing icon. Fellow Classics specialists, expected to battle for podiums this weekend include Richard Ford, Nigel Moore, Brian Mateer (Abbey Tiles Suzuki), TT 2023 participant Andy Hornby, Wattie Brown. Additional notable entrants include Gary Hutton, Jamie O’Brien (Bultaco/TTS Westlake), Sam Kinkead, Freddie Stewart, Ian Thompson and 2018 Junior Manx GP winner James Chawke. Photo credit: Tommy Vennard Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou
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