Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Virtual Southern 100 Road Races 2020

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Bettridge Motors & JCK Ltd 600cc Race

Grid     No.                              Rider                           Machine

1             5             Michael Evans                                 600 Wilcock Consulting Honda

Santon’s Micky Evans amassed a number of top six finishes in last year’s races and returns on the 600 Wilcock Consulting Honda for Wednesday race starting in pole position.

2             15           Nathan Harrison                             600 Chris Preston Suzuki

Onchan’s Nathan hails from the Manx Harrison family and is a regular entry on his Chris Preston 600 Honda, last year gaining two top-six places and winning the 600cc class in the coveted Solo Championship race.

3             92           Jamie Williams                                600 NCE Racing Honda

Douglas rider Jamie Williams returned to racing last year, after taking a sabbatical away from the sport. However, he soon showed he had lost none of his talent racing between the hedges, with some impressive mid-field finishes as he slipped back into his racing rhythm. Jamie is looking forward to being re-acquainted with the NCE Racing Honda in the 600 race on Wednesday.

4             6             Sam West                                         600 PRK Yamaha

Wilmslow rider Sam West is also fairly new to the entry list, but like many others has adapted quickly to the testing course taking a number of top-six places in 2019 including second in the Island Aggregates Senior race and following that with a 4th in the Solo Championship. However he has opted for the PRK Yamaha in Wednesday’s 600 race this year.

5             77           Adrian Harrison                               600 Yamaha

Brother of three-time Southern 100 Solo Champion Dean, Adrian is now classed as a regular entry to the July races, achieving some good top-twenty placings. The Bradford rider will once again be out on his 600 Yamaha.

6             31           Brad Vicars                                       600 VRS Performance Honda

Another Yorkshireman brought up on the roads which make up the famous Oliver’s Mount Course, Brad Vicars had adapted to the Colas Billown Course in the few years he has raced at the Southern 100. Injury has kept him away and 2019 saw him rebuilding his confidence as he came back to full fitness, achieving some good mid-field results including 13th in the Solo Championship Race. Accepting the invitation to ride in the 2020 event, the Tadcaster rider has opted for the 600 VRS Performance Honda on Wednesday 600 race.

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