Improving Mountain Course exponent Craig Neve enjoyed an ultra productive return to race action on Manx soil on Sunday, as the Immingham racer alongside Rory Parker took the spoils in the four hours long Jurby endurance race.
Dominant throughout the endurance encounter alongside prominent Jurby airfield specialist Parker, the 11th place finisher in this years Pokerstars Senior TT, showcased again his versatile racing ability.
A Manx GP newcomer in 2014, he’s since gone onto steadily establish himself as an accomplished TT Races competitor, recording an array of solid, consistent, more than respectable results.
Photo by Nick Wheeler
Likely to sample again the world’s most famous roads meet in 2019, he’s certain to be one to watch, same applies to nearest challenger at Jurby, Ramsey’s Andy Dudgeon.
Dudgeon who teamed up at Jurby with event newcomer James Mclaren, is hugely looking forward to sampling next month for the first time, the iconic Macau Grand Prix.
He’s already enjoyed positive publicity a plenty with regards his maiden Macau appearance, in particular relating to the distinctive livery of the VRS Racing/Slick Performance S1000RR BMW steed that he will pilot next month.
Words by Stevie Rial