Alongside the competition at Anglesey, last weekend’s action at the Silverstone National circuit, hosting the first round of this year’s No Limits Racing series, additionally saw many proven, next generational, new wave real roads talents impress. 1000cc TT Races steed Phil Crowe, tackling the Silverstone National course for the first time, headed the Premier 1000s field in the opening Pirelli Super Series 1000 races. BMW Motorrad stalwart Crowe, achievements were made all the more credible given that he to start the opening Super Series 1000 races from 44th on the grid! The main reason for this predicament was that he was amongst the reserves list of race entrants. Aside from Market Rasen’s Crowe, added TT 2022 bound racers enjoying accomplished starts to their race season tenures included Craig Neve, Wigan’s Josh Daley, Michael Evans. Prospective Mountain Course newcomer Jamie Cringle, Gordon Huxley Racing’s Jonathan Perry and reigning Junior/Senior Manx GP Champion Nathan Harrison. Harrison still a relative newcomer to 1000cc machinery affiliated action, showed during the final Super Series 1000 race with a top five finish that he’s quickly developing into a dependable 1000cc pilot. Tom Robinson/Gaz Evans bagged a top 15 finish, top three finish in class from the Endurance race whilst others competing with varying degrees of pure roads craft included Cornwall’s Forest Dunn, Sam West. The speediest North West 200 newcomer in history Richard Cooper, Mark Goodings and Macau Motorcycle GP wins record holder Michael Rutter. Photo’s by Michael Wincott Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou
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