Todd dominates NI Supermoto winter series opener

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DAVEY Todd kicked off this year’s Supermoto Northern Ireland winter series championship in dominant fashion at Kirkistown this weekend.

The road racing ace, a former champ and regular competitor in the British Supermoto Championship, made it a reasonably unhindered start to his NI campaign, winning three races from three starts. 

Scotsman Jamie Duncan, who wrapped up the British Supermoto title just last week, was Todd’s closest rival, but was no match for the North Yorkshireman as he finished runner up in all three outings. 

BSB paddock regualrs Richard Kerr and Scott Swan finished the day in third and fourth place, respectively, with former Ulster SBK champ Carl Philips and BSB race winner Josh Elliott completing the top six in their maiden supermoto outings.

Current British Supermoto champ Duncan was runner-up to Todd all weekend…

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