Tweed after more of the same at Cookstown

Thursday, 27 April 2017

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PROMISING road racer Darryl Tweed has made winning the 400 Supersport Championship the priority this season after enjoying a winning start at the Tandragee 100.
Tweed took a comfortable half-minute class victory at the first meeting of the new season and will look to carry this success forward into Saturday's Cookstown 100.
“I had the perfect start at Tandragee - it sets us up nicely for this weekend," the twenty six-year-old told Chronicle Sport. "I'm going to Cookstown looking for more of the same, really. I felt very comfortable on the bike at Tandragee and came away with a pretty resounding result on the 400, which is the priority for me this year.
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