WILTSHIRE racer Chris Oliver picked up his prizes when the NG Road Racing Club held its presentation night at Hatherley Manor in Gloucestershire last weekend.

Etchilhampton racer and British Superbike Championship ace Tommy Bridewell presented the awards to the competitors, with Westbury’s Oliver claiming two championship titles during his first season in the sport.

Oliver won both the 1300cc Newcomers Championship on his The Garage-backed R1 Yamaha with three wins and three seconds from six starts.

He also won the 1300cc Streetstock Championship with six wins and 13 other podiums from 22 starts.

Also from Westbury, brothers Sean and Jay Able collected trophies.

Sean was crowned Formula 125cc champion with 10 wins and seven second places from 17 starts, while Jay finished place in the Formula 400cc Championship.

Jay also competed in the Junior Supersport Championship, which ran as a support event at British Superbike Championship and has some of the top youngsters in the country competing.

Phoenix Motorcyles, of Trowbridge, recently celebrated 25 years as a motorcycle dealer and owner Kevin Speich has been a keen supporter of the club.

He backed local competitor Barrie Middleton in the 1990s and also sponsored the NG Club’s Open Championship.