From an International road racing perspective, one of the main focus points about the first day of racing at the No Limits Racing ran Snetterton 300 meeting, was Paul Jordan’s maiden race outing with the RAF Regular & Reserves Kawasaki team.
The opening Pirelli Super Series 1000 race saw the former Ulster GP Super Twins winner, claim a respectable 14th place finish along the way registering a best lap time just under the 1 minute 55 seconds mark.
Last year’s Kells Supersport victor went onto alongside Ryan Vickers claim Endurance race spoils, with the RAF Regular & Reserves team completing finishing 1.58 seconds clear of the Fast Past Pits team, after three hours plus worth of riding at Snetterton.
Aside from next gen roads talent Jordan, others with roads experience a plenty in action today included improving Manx GP exponent Jack Fowler.
Fowler who’s hoping to sample September’s Gold Cup meet at Scarborough, produced a dependable display on his own outfit’s ER6 Kawasaki to finish fifth overall, second in class from the opening Super Twins/Standard Twins combined encounter.
Oliver’s Mount regular Russell Brook banked a top 30 finish whilst added renowned roads competitors gaining valuable track time included Gordon Huxley Racing’s Jonathan Perry, KY-JAX Racing’s Ben Shuttlewood, Market Rasen’s Phil Crowe and endurance race rostrum finisher Sam Johnson.
Words by Stevie Rial