Race results: Ulster Championship RD2 – Seaforde

Image: Nigel McKinstry | Words: Andy McKinstry

Attention turned to round two of the Ulster Championship which took place at Seaforde on Easter Monday. Despite some bad weather the track was in prime condition on a weekend that saw mud races across Europe.

Credit to both Jason Meara and David Russell who both contested round three of the Scottish championship but made the trip back in time to race in Northern Ireland the following day.

Jason Meara who has had a great start to the season running in the top five in England and Scotland was immaculate all day dominating all three moto’s despite being tired after not much sleep.

Nathan Green was also in good form at his home track as he finished all three moto’s in second which is as good as a win as there wasn’t much he could do against Meara. Jay McCrum was solid as he finished third overall in the MX1 class and rounded off the podium ahead of the experience Tommy Merton who is racing a 350cc machine this year.

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In the MX2, it was the ever improving Niall Cregan who took the win but Jack Meara saved the best for last being the first MX2 machine over the line in race three but had to be content with second overall ahead of Ryan Adair.

It was nice to see Lewis Spratt back racing on home soil as he raced the semi expert class and he was in a class of his own dominating all three motos winning all three moto’s on his 125cc. David Anderson won the MX1 class

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