CRMC: Freeman ends decade-long quest for 350 Twins title

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GARY Freeman concluded a 10-year campaign for the CRMC 350cc Twin Cylinder crown by finally securing the championship this weekend at Cadwell Park.

The Honda rider beat out Alan Oversby and Harley Rushton, his closest title rivals, but it was James Gerrard and Dominic Herbertson who shared the wins this weekend.

And despite not having his two main championship protagonists to battle with in Lincolnshire, Freeman admits he’s still elated to finally end his season with the Twins trophy.

“After 10 years of trying, we managed to do it through the reliability of the bikes and consistency at every round,” he said.

“It was unfortunate for Harley Rushton to have missed the last round due to an injury from a freak crash at the last round, and for Alan Oversby who also missed the last round on the 350.

“Despite having our fair share of engine troubles, we managed, with the help of our spare bike, to finish all of the 31 races, which is an achievement in itself with classic bikes.”

*Click here for results from CRMC at Cadwell Park

*Image: Freeman Racing Team

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