Racers from pure road racing backgrounds starred and some at Darley Moor on Sunday, including new Wepol Road Racing signing Daley Mathison, who was in formidable form aboard the WH Racing ER6 Kawasaki, S1000RR BMW steeds.
Banking in total four victories, the multi times winner at Oliver’s Mount left Darley Moor in an extremely positive frame of mind, as did Wigan’s Josh Daley, winner of both Peak Cup races.
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Next gen International roads force Daley, has quietly impressed in recent times at the premier International roads events, claiming many a very creditable result, alongside steadily improving his single lap pace, overall race pace.
Another racer who’s perhaps gone under the radar with his talent, progress in recent years, The Peoples Bike Team’s Stephen Parsons also enjoyed a positive stint at Darley Moor, securing a brace of second place finishes, alongside winning the opening Formula 600 encounter.
Richard Charlton who holds the 59 plate for the Superbike, Senior races at TT 2019, took the spoils within the 10 lap four stroke Allcomers Cup race, whilst additional roads talent to amass strong results included Mark Goodings, Kevin Barsby, yesteryear class specialist Alec Whitwell and Mountain Course great Jim Hodson.
Words by Stevie Rial