With the Oliver’s Mount Barry Sheene Classic cancelled, three of Scarborough’s top competitors switched their attentions to tackling the season opening KMSC (Knockhill Motor Sports Club) Championship round.
Three wheeling Scarborough ‘King Pins’ Lee Crawford/Scott Hardie maintained in style their unbeaten start to 2021, storming to four successive victories.
The Team A.R.C crew now the second fastest driver/passenger pairing in history at Scarborough, winning margins from the Knockhill race duels were all in excess of 35 seconds.
Knockhill Circuit newcomer, KTS Racing/Steadplan Group supported Jamie Coward would enjoy similar dominant form within the eight lap Lightweight races.
Ten seconds clear of nearest pursuer Oliver Barr in the first Lightweight encounter, the second race stint would see the 2019 TT Privateers Champion take the victory spoils by just over 8.3 seconds, plus set another new Super Twins lap record, lapping at 53.135 seconds.
Suitors KTS Racing issued their delight at the Hebden Bridge racer’s achievements via Twitter:
“What a great weekend at Knockhill! Jamie smashing the Super Twin lap record several times on board the KTS Steadplan Z650, ending on a 53.1 lap time.”
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou