Month: February 2021

2021 Rider Line Up

2021 Rider Line Up

WM Racing are pleased to announce their rider line up for 2021.  This year will see WM Racing compete in two British Championships with a four rider line up.  Continuing with their three riders from last year Lewis Mullen (aged 10) and Peter Willis (aged 12) and Paige Mullen (aged 8) they will add their forth rider Rossi Dobson (aged 15) to the team.

British MiniBike Championship

Lewis Mullen will continue his challenge at the British MiniBike Championship.  Finishing third overall in the 140cc Championship in 2020, for 2021 Lewis will progress into the Ohvale 160cc Championship and challenge for the top spot. This will be a new series within BMB for 2021 and will hopefully be part of the Ohvale 160cc World Championship, in which he hopes to gain an entry into the final world series round at the MotoGP around at Valencia.  Lewis will also be part of the Vision Track Michael Laverty Academy for 2021, gaining valuable knowledge from his mentor and fellow Northern Ireland rider Michael Laverty.

British Talent Cup

2021 will see WM Racing take part in British Talent Cup with Peter Willis in his rookie year alongside the experienced British Talent Cup rider Rossi Dobson.

Rossi Dobson finished his rookie year at British Talent Cup with an impressive 17th position overall and a highest placed finish of 7th.  Going into 2021 season, Rossi has been preparing physically over the winter to prepare himself for the fast and furious nature of British Talent Cup.  Rossi aim this season is to be challenging for podiums at each round.

Peter Willis will enter his rookie year at British Talent Cup.  Finishing runner up in the 140cc British MiniGP Championship in 2020, he is ready to step up to the Moto3 British Talent Cup class.  This will be a big learning curve for Peter this year, learning a new bike and tracks.  With his goal set to try and  collect points at each round this year, he’s looking forward to the challenge.

Irish MiniBike Championship

Irish Minibikes Championship is where it all starts for young Irish talent and Paige Mullen  is no stranger to the paddock. In only her second year of racing, Paige will take on the IMC BAMBAM Championship.  One of only a small number of girls racing, Paige will be one to watch out for.

Our goal as a team is to help with the development of young riders from Northern Ireland. British Talent Cup is the perfect platform for the next stage as a team and to see our young talent grow.  We look forward to having our riders compete at British and Irish level again this year.

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