Sunday 13th April 2014
RYAN SERVICE IS RESUMED
Both Ryan Cringle and Ryan Kneen came back to the Motodrome leaving their Saturday blues behind. Callum Collister was passed fit to ride after a knock on the head during a multi-rider crash on Saturday. The Radio Faasaag team were also looking forward to Race Day Sunday.
Ryan Kneen was straight back on the pace in the opening Centre race of the day, taking a 3 second win over Ryan Cringle. Again Michael Evans was riding brilliantly and took the third step of the Metaphorical Podium. All the top ten riders were battling hard and made a great spectacle in the afternoon’s soft spring sunshine on the Great Northern Plain. Ashley Blake, the flying Port St Mary bricklayer, was in the fight, as was debut winner on Saturday, Glenn Harrison. In the mix was also Paul Dedman, the Ramsey motorcycle dealer, aboard his Suzuki, with Neal Champion, Callum Collister, Gary Carswell and Dave Madsen Mygdal on his Honda Fire blade making up the battling group. Race two saw a similar result, victory again for Ryan Kneen on the Charmer Brothers sponsored Kawasaki. This time he crossed the line 4 seconds ahead of a hard charging Callum Collister, whose last corner efforts payed off as he pipped Ryan Cringle on the line. Championship points-wise Glenn Harrison held a single point lead over Ryan Kneen by the end of Sunday’s action.