No Limits Racing: Daley and Scott share Super Series honours at Donington

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JOSH Daley and Luke Scott picked up the Pirelli Super Series 1000 wins at Donington Park this weekend as mixed weather spiced up action.

While Scott took one on Saturday, it was Daley’s Sunday double which has boosted him one step closer to the championship lead and with an absent points leader in Luke Hopkins, the roads man is now just 64 off the front.

But it was Manxman Nathan Harrison who topped the order in qualifying, beating former British Superbike man Barry Burrell to pole position by almost 0.4sec as his fellow Manxman Ryan Cringle completed the front row, with Scott, Ryan’s brother Jamie and Joe Moore rounding out row two.

Ryan Cringle was quickest out of the gates in race one on Saturday as he hit the front early on ahead of Scott and Harrison.

Scott (22) drew first blood with victory in race one…

And it looked to be going Cringle’s way as he pulled nearly a second over Harrison with a few laps in the bag, but a crash on lap five took him out of action as Harrison also retired, handing Scott the lead some 10sec clear of Jamie as he sailed smoothly to victory.

Behind, Rob Hodson had got the better of the remaining Cringle, who only just fended off Matt Waldron to hang onto the final rostrum spot. Back in ninth overall, Lee Devonport beat Tom Norton and Oliver Riley to the top spot on the Premier class.

As the heavens opened for race two on Sunday morning, it was TT regular Daley immediately out front with a 3.6sec lead even before the first lap was up as Jamie Cringle tucked into second ahead of Rob Cresswell.

As Daley cleared off into the distance, Cresswell moved up to second on lap two as Cringle fell into the clutches of Waldron. And while the Wigan racer was stretching a seven-second lead all the way to the chequered flag, it was a scrap for the runner-up spot as Ryan Cringle scythed through the order to get the better of Waldron at the finish, just ahead of Premier class winner Norton in fourth overall.

It was more of the same at the front in race three as Daley laid down a marker with another dominant victory, this time by almost 13.5sec while Ryan Cringle pipped Scott and Waldron to the runner-up spot as Cresswell made it three Premier winners in as many races with the class win back in seventh.

Click here for results from No Limits Racing round six at Donington Park

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