DEAN Osborne and Dave Quine led the charge at Jurby this weekend, both scoring three wins at the fourth round of Andreas Racing Association competition.
Aboard his ageing Honda CBR600, Osborne easily won both Steel Frame races ahead of Lewis Parkinson and Chris Bulley, who picked up a second and a third each.
The 2014 Manx Grand Prix Newcomer’s B race winner retired from the first 1300cc Solo Championship race as he took on a host of newer machinery, and eventually it was Michael Evans who came home ahead of Callum Collister, with National Superstock 600 interloper Ozzy Madey rounding out the rostrum.
But in the second 1300cc race, Osborne redeemed himself with a nearly three-second victory over Madey and Jamie Cringle, completing his weekend hat-trick.
Madey found the top of the podium in the first 600cc race, nearly 2.5 seconds ahead of Cringle and Brendan Fargher, but was relegated to third when Evans led the charge to runner-up Cringle in the second race.
Cringle took two comfortable wins in the Clubman and Novice races ahead of Bulley and Paul Turner, the first by nearly 12 seconds and the second by over four.
Leading the pack from lights to flag in both 1300cc Single, Twin and Triple races, Quine doubled up on wins by three and five seconds to Matt Mylchreest, with Freddie Craine and Les Miller nabbing a podium spot each.
In the first 650cc/400cc Solo race, Quine made it a third victory with a faultless performance nearly seven seconds clear of Craine and Mylchreest. And it looked to be the same story in race two, but the young and hungry Craine pipped Quine on the final lap to take his first win of the day as Mylchreest was left to take another third place finish.
Richard Bregazzi and David Cain both scored two wins apiece in the less-populous Post-Classic and 400cc classes, respectively.
The club now heads into an 11-week break before they return to the former airfield in Jurby for round four of the 2017 season.
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