Beverley-based racers have enjoyed a successful time on the track following the return to the Isle of Man after a 2-year wait for the TT races.
Three Beverley-based sidecar racers would compete with Gary Gibson and Tom Christie riding the all-new Beverley-built CES F2 chassis and Daryl Gibson partnering 17 times TT winner Dave Molyneux onboard the DMR KTM.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is supporting a closed road motor rally heading for East Yorkshire when Beverley & District Motor Club host the East Riding Stages at the end of February.
The event, running on 27 February 2022, follows in the footsteps of the successful Clacton Rally which first ran in 2018 after Motorsport UK gave the green light for competitive events to take place on closed public roads.
Back in the day Beverley was one of Britain’s biggest towns but nowadays, for those people who live away from the area, the town of Beverley might not even trigger a response in their brain but over the years we’ve produced some sporting talents who have defied the odds to mix it up in the elite.
The East Yorkshire based Ashcourt Racing squad enjoyed a quite momentous, tumultuous first TT campaign, which saw Lee Johnston finally join the TT winners circle.
Consistently near the sharp end of the Supersport timesheets during practice week, Johnston following a solid top 15 placing in the RST Superbike race, produced a quite brilliant display aboard the Ashcourt Yamaha to take the spoils in the opening Monster Energy Supersport encounter.