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Road Racer’s Adventures: Daley To The Fore At Darley Moor

The latest Darley Moor Motorcycle Road Race Club Championships round proved in particular prodigious for Wigan’s Josh Daley.

Daley who’s Mountain Course racing CV includes five top forty TT finishes, two top 18 Classic TT finishes, latest Darley Moor venture would yield four wins from four starts.

Dominant within the Peak Cup races, he was equally ultra competitive in the Open Solos/Pre Injection Open races claiming race honours by the respective margins of 4.44, 7.18 seconds.

Daley in Supersport action at TT 2019, Photo by Nick Wheeler

Reflecting via Facebook about his quadruple of victories, the amiable next generation International road racer stated:

“Great weekend racing at Darley Moor this weekend, good to get back racing there this year. Managed to win all 4 races I was in today. Massive thank you to Eddie, Christine, Sandra and the team at Darley Moor for a great weekend racing.”

Aside from Develop, Intek supported Daley, others performing strongly included Harry Jackson. Jackson who made a very impressive pure road racing debut at August’s Barry Sheene Classic, took the honours within the opening Formula 600 race.

The ambitious Jackson who is aiming to tackle more roads events in 2021, went onto finish runner-up in the corresponding 600 encounter.

He’s certain to be one to watch next month at the famous Stars at Darley meeting, which traditionally attracts multiple leading real roads talents.

Words by Stevie Rial

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