Aside from Open, Grand Final, Super Twins, Supersport, 125/Moto 3 race winner’s Brian McCormack, Michael Sweeney and Michael Browne, others to star yesterday at Faugheen included now 98 times Irish road race winner Barry Davidson.
Davidson elevated his incredible Irish road race wins total after potent displays in the Junior 350 Classics, Supersport 300 races.
He also looked good for Senior 500 Classics honours before late race issues handed the win to John Leigh Pemberton with Freddie Stewart, Patrick Walker finishing second, third.
Richard Ford vaulted to Senior 1000, Junior 250 Classics victories with Andy Kildea, Ian Thompson, 125/Moto 3 runner-up Chris Meyer, Supersport 300 runner-up RJ Woolsey also clinching podium finishes.
Faraldo Racing’s Keelim Ryan got the better of Super Twins second place finisher Anthony O’Carroll, for Senior Support Championship race glory.
The highly rated Ryan also emerged victorious in the Lightweight Supersport category, edging fellow class specialist Stephen Tobin.
Senior Support Non-Championship action saw Ryan take second behind Manxman Marcus Simpson, who also stormed to Junior Support Championship race success.
KMR Kawasaki mounted Simpson like fellow support class front Ryan, continues to impress countless road racing aficionados with his turn of speed, application, race craft.
Attentions now for Irish road racing exponents turn towards Armoy, with the ‘Race of Legends’ taking place at the end of the month.
Photo credit: Derek Wilson
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou