Nottingham based Harry Jackson is set to be another one to watch at Oliver’s Mount in May, as he aims to continue the impressive pace, form he showed at last year’s Barry Sheene Classic.
Not only last July a Scarborough debutant, he was also making his pure road racing debut aboard his own team’s ZX6R Kawasaki.
Gelling quickly with the Mount, Darley Moor front runner Jackson qualified for the class A Supersport races alongside racers including Lee Johnston, Dominic Herbertson and fellow North Yorkshire ‘Mini TT’ newcomer Jim Hind.
Going onto secure a selection of creditable results, including taking sixth in the third premier class Supersport encounter, it’s fair to say he caught the eye of various astute road racing aficionados.
Looking towards the returning Spring Cup meeting, he’s set to pilot again his trusty, plucky ZX6R Kawasaki steed which last year took him to a best lap time of 1 minute 56.003 seconds.
Extremely ambitious, Jackson cannot be discounted from claiming a high calibre scalp or two next month as the UK roads season for 2021 officially opens.
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou