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Post TT Races – Round Up

Following on from an impressive TT 2017 campaign, Radcliffe’s Racing’s Jamie Coward made it a memorable day at Billown for event sponsors Radcliffe Butchers, as the Hebden Bridge based rider, recorded feature race success, for Chris Lennon’s outfit.

Holding off strong challenges from Supersport/Super Twin race winner James Cowton and William Dunlop, on the Temple Golf Club Limited backed YZF R1M Yamaha, the TT Privateers Championship runner up, showcased today, why he is regarded amongst pure road racing’s fastest rising talents.

Added riders to impress, at the traditional curtain raiser of each TT festival, included Billown debutants Joe Thompson and Darren Cooper, Stoddart Racing’s Robert Wilson and Anthony Redmond.

Plus Super Twins runner up Dave Moffitt, Jonathan Perry, Dean Osborne, Mark Goodings, Jamie Williams and Martin Bullock Manxsport’s Dave Quine.

Radcliffe’s Butchers Post TT Races – Full Race Results – As follows:

Super Twins:

1 James Cowton
2 Dave Moffitt
3 Jonathan Perry
4 Anthony Redmond
5 Dave Quine
6 Darren Cooper
7 Matt Mylchreest
8 Rikki McGovern
9 Rad Hughes
10 Stephen Ault
11 Peter Wilkinson
12 James Smith
13 Brian Appleton
14 Daniel Capper
15 Alan Bud Jackson
16 Andrew Castle

Supersport:

1 James Cowton
2 Jamie Coward
3 Robert Wilson
4 Joe Thompson
5 Glenn Harrison
6 Brendan Fargher
7 Richard Charlton
8 Dean Osborne
9 Anthony Redmond
10 Jamie Williams
11 David McConnachy
12 Andy Fenton
13 Mark Goodings
14 Matt Mylchreest
15 Stephen Smith
16 Paul Smyth
17 Billy Mellor
18 David Lumsden
19 Kevin Barsby
20 Brian Clark
21 Jack Fowler
22 Mark Bamford

Superbike:

1 Jamie Coward
2 James Cowton
3 William Dunlop
4 Ryan Kneen
5 Mark Goodings
6 Robert Wilson
7 Joe Thompson
8 Dean Osborne
9 Brendan Fargher
10 Richard Charlton
11 Jamie Williams
12 Stephen Smith
13 Peter Wilkinson
14 Billy Mellor
15 Brian Clark
16 Kevin Barsby

Words by Stevie Rial

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