After the long 5 hour journey to this beautiful 1.5mile circuit right on the coast I got set up in the garage on Thursday and went straight for a walk of the track with Ben as I had never had the opportunity to race this awesome track until this weekend, looking around at the scenery
The weekend started off as a hectic one, with still having to work the Friday and not being able to make the test day, I was starting to find myself getting apprehensive as i waited for my partner Harriet to pick me up, then kindly drive some 288 miles to Anglesey. We arrived at the
I’ve always liked Anglesey. The first time I went there I took a third in the 400 Streetstocks, and followed that the next year with a Pole Position, two wins, fastest lap and a lap record. The track is one of those beautiful flowing tracks which rewards accurate lines and corner speed to maintain momentum.
Thruxton started off damp in the morning for practice, I was really eager to get on the bike to get my first feel of it, I was not sure how quick I would go on it but knew that it would be wise to start slower than normal as I have not rode a bike
Brands hatch race report NGRRC Round 1 &2 Friday test day Despite an early start we managed to arrive late at Brands, due to Ali’s sat nav diverting us off the M25, down the M11 and back into London, almost back where we’d started. Still, Canary Wharf looked very sci-fi in the gloomy greyness of
A soggy weekend in Brands Hatch offered every type of weather: rain, snow, and even rate glimpses of sun. Sadly every race was soaking wet, and with fallers in every session the attrition rates were high. A rough start due to some bike problems lead to us finally sorting out the suspension and yielded a