MCLERNON STAMPS HIS AUTHORITY, AND CAMPBELL REACHES 100

The 2019 Ulster Quadcross & Sidecarcross Championships rocked up at the sunny but chilly Tandragee MX Park for round 2 of the Ulster & round 3 of the respective Championships

In the highly competitive Ballymac Hotel Sidecarcross Championship, Neil Campbell & Ross Graham posted three wins from three starts racking up an historic 100th Ulster Championship win, Emma Moulds and Niki Adair made life difficult for themselves with poor starts to post three second places to retain her Irish Championship lead, but they at least made it interesting for the spectators as she charged through the pack, third was a worthy result for Jonathan Wilson and Louise Houston after three solid performances.

 

In the ATVs Only Premier Quad class, Milton Keynes based Hillsborough man Mark McLernon was in dominant form once again with three wins from three starts, while second Leon Rogers from Navan, the only man to briefly head McLernon as he hole shot race three, while young Dean Dillon from Moira posted another podium to continue his fine run of form, it could have been better were it not for a stall, but the youngster is getting better every race, English visitor Harry Walker over for some practice before the British round here in two weeks was fourth, on a tie break with Harry was Justin Reid after poor starts ruined his race card, while young Scot Lorne Sinclair brought his brand new machine home sixth.

 

The Gilchrist Plant Hire Clubman’s Support Class was won by Omagh youngster Jamie Quinn followed home by another young star, Jack Young from Lisburn with Dromore veteran Kyle Orr third after three great races, a tie break was needed between Orr & Sean Cassidy who tied on points, while Pat Whelan & David Brown rounded out the top six.

 

The supporting J&L Race Prep/Lloyd Acoustics/Stephen Russell Youth Quad Classes, the 250 Class was won by Mark Mulholland chased home by Mitchell Adams with Josh McKight completing the podium, fourth to sixth was Ian Harron, Ross Dillon & Jack Minish.

 

The 110 Class was taken by Harry Minish ahead of Dromore girl Chloe Gibson on the podium again with brother Adam joining her in third, fourth was Thomas McNulty, fifth & sixth was Travis Toye & Daniel Duddy.

 

The 50cc Automatic Class was won by Connor Bradley from Alfie Brown and Adrian McVey third in the large entry which was great to see round the large Auto circuit at Tandragee.

 

Next  Quadcross action is at Tandragee on 25th May, with the British Quad Championship plus support followed by Tinker Hill the following day for round 3.

Share
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

Related posts