At the same time as the 69th Scarborough Gold Cup, KDM Hire Cookstown 100, various prominent, established pure road racers sampled the latest No Limits Racing round at Cadwell Park.
In particular the Pirelli Super Series 1000 races featured esteemed roads talents including twice TT winner Gary Johnson.
Johnson in action on Drury Engineering backed S1000RR BMW machinery, went onto secure a hat-trick of podium finishes including finishing just 0.962 off race honours in the third 1000cc encounter.
Photo by Tommy Vennard
Fellow Lincolnshire racer Phil Crowe, proved peerless within the opening 1000cc races, taking class spoils by impressive respective margins of 11.802, 8.818 seconds.
Others sampling last weekend’s competition included Gordon Huxley Racing’s Jonathan Perry, Oliver’s Mount specialist Mick Goodings, Cornwall’s Forest Dunn and Steve Henshaw Gold Cup podium finisher from 2019, David ‘Action’ Jackson.
Jackson taking in his first race meeting of 2020, showed solid, accomplished form on route to banking a brace of creditable 11th, 9th, 8th place finishes.
Words by Stevie Rial