Triple Manx GP winner Michael Evans shone and some over the weekend around a sun drenched anti clockwise Jurby Airfield course.
Evans who is regarded by many as a future TT Races podium finisher, impeccable recent form at Jurby continued on Sunday, setting a blistering new outright lap record of 1 minute 05.632 seconds plus banking four victories including dominant Super Twins triumphs.
Alongside wrapping up the national Supersport title, the Wilcock Consulting supported racer also claimed the coveted Isle of Man Open Centre Championship title.
Photo by Mark Corlett
Despite no roads action this year on Manx shores cause of the Covid-19 pandemic, the amiable Evans has made the most of the track time available and looks certain to contend for high quality results next year on roads courses, pending events taking place.
Fastest three wheeling TT newcomers in history, brothers Ryan Crowe/Callum Crowe surged to successive Sidecar triumphs ahead of 17 times TT winner Dave Molyneux/Ben Binns whilst others in excellent form yesterday included Dean Osborne, who set a new Pre Injection Supersport lap record (1.09.263).
Not to forget Open 4 Stroke Twins/250 combined class pace setter Marc Colvin and fellow roads mainstays Dave Moffitt, Jamie Williams and Brendan Fargher.
Words by Stevie Rial