Road Racing News

Road Racer’s Adventures: Jurby Airfield Anti Clockwise Configuration

Isn’t it great to finally write about two, three wheel competition on the Isle of Man, after all the Covid-19 pandemic induced event cancellations.

Competitive action on Manx shores returned with the Andreas Racing Association ran two day meeting at the Jurby Airfield circuit (anti-clockwise configuration).

Prominent Manx roads exponents competing included Wilcock Consulting/Heattech Racing backed Michael Evans. Evans widely touted as one of his nation’s leading next gen Mountain Course racers, went onto be embroiled in captivating battles for Supersport, 1000cc class success with Jamie Cringle.

Photo by Mark Corlett

At least second or better in all four stroke races contested, it was a very productive first racing stint of 2020 for the triple Manx GP winner.

Others with proven pure roads craft gaining their first race action of 2020 included Dave Moffitt, prospective Manx GP newcomers Paul Cassidy and Frankie Stennett, Dave Quine, Jason Corcoran, Marc Colvin and Brendan Fargher.

Sidecars wise, star names competing included the Crowe brothers Ryan & Callum plus 17 times TT winner, all round racing legend Dave Molyneux who alongside Ben Binns took the spoils in the opening three wheeling races.

Words by Stevie Rial

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