As throughout the UK blazing hot weather greeted those tackling the Anglesey round of the 2021 No Limits Racing series.
Roads favourites competing included twice TT winner Gary Johnson. ‘AKA Driver’ after placing third in the first of three CF Moto UK Super Twin races, went onto claim as part of Delkevic Racing’s challenge, the three hours long Endurance race crown.
Fellow CF Moto pilot Mike Booth, gained three successive rostrum finishes from the aforementioned Twin races whilst added names well known by International road racing fans, to secure at least one podium finish were the following:
Barry Furber (3rd x2 Super Twin races 2&3), Phil Crowe (2nd Pirelli Super Series 1000 supported by Premier 1000 Race 2), Rob Hodson (3rd Endurance Race) and frequent Darley Moor front runner Josh Daley (3rd Endurance Race alongside R.Hodson/3rd Pirelli Super Series 1000 supported by Premier 1000 Race 3).
Close to edging the above showcased Daley for a podium finish in the third, final Pirelli Super Series 1000 contest, Chris Preston Racing’s Nathan Harrison was in good fettle all weekend around the flowing Anglesey Circuit.
Finishing no lower than seventh in the 1000cc encounters, Steam Packet supported Harrison proved again his potential aboard Superstock/Superbike machinery, which is certain to give him extra confidence ahead of his TT Races debut in 2022, which I’m sure all pure road racing fans worldwide, hope takes place!
Photo by Michael Wincott
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou