Standout performers at the final Darley Moor meeting of 2020 included Dunlop 250 GP ACU National Championship runner-up Chris Moore.
TZ 250 Yamaha machinery specialist Moore, took the victory spoils in yesterday’s Lightweight/CB500 combined races, as he concluded in style what’s been a more than productive 2020 racing tenure.
Moto 3 front runner Falcon Road Racing’s Andrew Jackson, who triumphed in last year’s Newcomers C Manx Grand Prix, acquired a brace of top five finishes.
Whilst others with varying degrees of pure road racing experience in action included Doncaster’s Mark Goodings, Classics front runners Dean Stimpson, Jamie O’Brien and David Tetley.
Not forgetting Angela Cragg, Neil Lloyd, Alister Chadwick, Jack Petrie, KDM Hire Cookstown 100 newcomer last month James Ford and Harry Jackson who made a very impressive real roads debut at August’s Barry Sheene Classic.
Jackson piloting the same ZX6R Kawasaki that he raced at Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough, didn’t finish outside of the top three in all Formula 600 races plus on Saturday took opening middleweight class honours.
Aiming to tackle more roads events next year, he’s certain to be one to watch in particular at Scarborough, should he make the decision to travel back to England’s only closed roads course in 2021.
Words by Stevie Rial