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Road Racer’s Adventures: No Limits For Coward At Donington Park

Carrying on his stellar form with the KTS Racing Kawasaki, reigning Lightweight TT runner-up Jamie Coward was untouchable in today’s Super Twin races at the No Limits Racing, Donington Park National meeting.

37th on the grid for today’s opening Twins class encounter, Hebden Bridge’s Coward incredibly went onto make up 36 places to take race victory by just over four seconds.

If his above mentioned performance was impeccable then so was and some his in the following 650 Twins race, taking the class honours by almost a scarcely believable 36 seconds.

Coward’s momentous Sunday at Donington Park concluded with another fine display within the final 10 lap Twins race, powering to a third successive victory, enjoying a final advantage of plus 9.8 seconds.

Speaking via Twitter about his ultra productive final racing stint of 2020, the 2019 Junior Classic TT winner stated:

“Back from my first time at No Limits NLR meet. After my off on Saturday aboard Steadplan/Prez Racing 750, bike wrecked, sorry team. Had to miss opening Twins race.

Today was the polar opposite 3 races 3 wins and a new lap record. That’s it for me for 2020. Massive thanks to all my sponsors/teams.”

Aside from Coward who took his race wins tally for 2020 to 11, added esteemed International roads regulars showing accomplished form today included first time Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough winners this year Lewis Arrowsmith, Mark Jackson and multiple Pirelli Super Series Supersport victor, 16 times TT winner Ian Hutchinson.

Endurance race finisher alongside Dafabet Devitt Racing’s Rob Hodson, Wigan’s Josh Daley banked a brace of top three finishes in the Pirelli Super Series 1000 races.

Whilst others in action included Gordon Huxley Racing’s Jonathan Perry, Steve Henshaw Gold Cup top 16 finisher Russell Brook and twice Supersport TT winner Gary Johnson.

Words by Stevie Rial

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