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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.

Another Double for WM Racing

British Mini Bike Round 2 Race Report

Round 2 of the British Mini Bike Championship got underway on Friday 7th August at Lydd Karting track.

The weekend started with 6 sessions of free practice for both Peter Willis and Lewis Mullen to learn the circuit as this was their first time there. Lydd Karting track is located on the South East coast of England, which seen a heat wave all weekend with temperatures reaching 41 degrees. Lydd being a fast flowing track and everyone battling the heat, the lap times were very close at the front and by the end of Friday with less than a second covering the top 5 riders.  

Saturday seen qualifying take place in the afternoon. With 2 qualifying sessions available for both riders to set their best time.  Qualifying 1 was fast and furious. With Peter Willis battling it out with local Kent rider Ruben Bray. With times dropping fast and Ruben Bray setting the benchmark of 43.733 on lap 9, Peter Willis pushed hard to set a 43.798 on lap 12. 

Lewis Mullen unfortunately crashed out on the opening lap without injury and minor damage to the bike.  On Lap 13 Peter Willis pushing hard also slid off on the last corner. It was a low speed slide so no injury or damage to the bike.  Both riders were ready for qualifying 2.

By the time qualifying 2 came around the temperature had gone up slowing the pace slightly for all riders. With no one at the front improving on their times from Q1, Ruben Bray took Pole Position with a 43.733, Peter Willis in 2nd with 43.798 and Daniel Goodman in 3rd.  Lewis Mullen had made some great improvements on Q2 and getting his confidence back from the earlier crash he set a great time of 44.858 to slot into 6th on the grid for Sunday’s race.

 Sunday race day, seen similar hot conditions, but a sea breeze making it a bit more bearable for all the riders.  With times so close it was going to be anyone’s race. 

Race 1 got underway at 12:50. As the flag dropped, Peter Willis got a perfect start taking the lead into turn 1. With Daniel jumping up from 3rd into second, hot on his tail. Lewis Mullen also getting a great start jumped up from 6th on the grid to 4th. It became a 2 way battle at the front with Peter Willis and Daniel Goodman until lap 5, when unfortunately a red flag brought a stop to racing. With less than two thirds of the race distance covered, the race was restarted over a 5 lap sprint race. Riders would start from the position they finished in before the red flag, so Peter Willis would start on pole and Lewis Mullen was in 5th position.  As the flag dropped for the 2nd time, Peter Willis got another good start taking the lead into turn 1 again, with Daniel Goodman and Ruben Bray slotting in behind him, and Lewis Mullen holding a strong 4th spot. Peter Willis, with a clear track ahead managed maintain a 0.3 second gap for the 5 laps to take the chequered flag from Daniel Goodman and Ruben Bray and Lewis Mullen finished 4th.  

Race 2 got underway at 15:23 with riders taking to the grid in hot conditions.  Peter Willis got the hole shot into first place by turn 1 with Ruben Bray this time in second. Ruben Bray, not letting Peter Willis make a break away, he hung onto the back wheel of Peter Willis with only 0.1 second between them. With an intense battle continuing, back markers were going to come into play.  On lap 8, both riders’ were starting to approach back markers, clearing the first set no problem but as they approached turn 1&2 on lap 9, both Peter Willis and Ruben Bray had to slow up for a back marker, making it a drag race to turn 3.  With both riders’ side by side down the straight Peter Willis had the inside line into turn 3 to keep the lead.  Similarly, Lewis Mullen got an amazing start slotting into 3rd place.  It was another intense battle with a group of 4 riders battling it out for 3rd place.  Lewis Mullen leading this group with Daniel Goodman closely behind him followed by Warwick Brady and Harvey Lathrope.  Lewis Mullen rode a superb race, not making any mistakes and as they approached back markers he quickly made his way through.  As they crossed the line on lap 10 there was still only 0.1 seconds separating Peter Willis and Ruben Bray, and the same for Lewis Mullen and Daniel Goodman in 3rd . The red flag came out, stopping racing again.  With over two thirds race distance completed, Peter Willis was declared the winner from Ruben Bray in second and Lewis Mullen taking a well deserved third place. 

Another great weekend for WM Racing and the Bucci Moto bikes with Peter Willis taking the overall win on his BR10 and Lewis Mullen taking 3rd overall on his BR10.  In the overall championship standings Peter Willis now extends his lead by 27 points over Daniel Goodman in 2nd and Lewis Mullen has closed the gap in 3rd by 12 points 

Championship Standings

1Peter Willis100 
2Daniel Goodman73-27
3Lewis Mullen61-12
4Osian Thomas37-24
5Ruben Bray36-1
6James Cleary35-1
7Luke Scofield22-13
8Flip Surowiak21-1
9Jake Newton20-1
10Ruby Booth15-5
11Luca Wilkinson10-5
12Luke Hutchinson7-3
13Harry Pell6-1

WM Racing leads the way at BMB

WM racing has returned home from the Rich Energy British Mini Bike Championship (BMB) after a great weekend racing with Peter Willis and Lewis Mullen taking podium positions in the MiniGP 140cc class. 

The week got underway on Thursday with testing at the Ellough Park Race Way as both Peter Willis (aged 12) and Lewis Mullen (ages 9) took to learning the new track and getting the bike setup.  Following a successful test on Thursday the official BMB weekend got underway on Friday with free practice.  With a sunbaked track both riders times began to fall putting them into contention for a top 3 come qualifying.  Both Peter Willis and Mullen where very happy with their performance and looked forward to qualifying. 

Saturday seen the start of timed practice until lunchtime and qualifying in the afternoon.  Morning practice got underway but in practice session 1 Peter had some brake issues cutting his session short.  Still managing a fast lap before the issue, he topped the time sheet with a 53.009 and Lewis Mullen taking 3rd with a 54.464. Both riders separated by Daniel Goodman onboard his Bucci 140cc machine. 

Session 2 and 3: Both riders began to really push hard and it became clear it was going to be a fight for the top spot between both WM racing riders and Daniel Goodman from Teeside.  At the end of session 3 Peter Willis managed to put in a blistering hot lap of 51.121 holding off Daniel Goodman with a 52.905 and Lewis Mullen taking 3rd with 53.089. 

Qualifying got underway at 15:25.  Track temperature was getting high at this stage with the clear blue sky and full sun.  Managing tyre temperature was going to come into play to get the best lap, also with the grid filling up it was important to get a fast lap in early before catching the slower rider.  Qualifying was held over a 10min session allowing for approx 12 laps.  Straight out of the blocks on Lap 2 Peter Willis put in a 51.461. Lewis Mullen was also on a quick pace with a 52.980 in Lap 2.  It was heating up to be a tight session.  Daniel Goodman then put in a 51.908 in Lap 3.  As the session progressed the top 3 riders began catching the slower riders making it more difficult to get a clean lap.  Lewis Mullen managed to find a gap on Lap 6 to improve his time to 52.531.  The session ended as Peter Willis took Pole Position from Daniel Goodman 0.447 seconds and Lewis Mullen in 3rd.

Race 1 got underway on Sunday just after 12 noon, with rain over night and a damp track for morning warmup, conditions were going to be testing for all the riders. By the time race 1 had come around the track had completely dried, but rain wasn’t far away. It was going to be a gamble in setup for wet or dry tyres. Both riders opted to keep with the dry setup, knowing if it rained they would have to manage the race on dry tyres. Heading out in the warmup lap, rain did start briefly but by the time they formed the grid the rain had stopped, and it looked like the gamble might just pay off.  Peter Willis got a good start from pole position Peter pushes hard to take the lead out of turn 1.  With a clear track ahead, Peter pushed hard and had pulled a 1.144 second gap from Daniel Goodman in second.  Lewis Mullen also getting a good start slotted in behind Daniel Goodman in 3rd.  With all the riders coming across back markers on Lap 4 Peter pulled an amazing 4 second gap.  Managing to pass back markers quickly. Peter went on to take the flag on lap 12 with an astonishing 7.297 second lead and the fastest lap of the race of 51.593 seconds in lap 8. Daniel Goodman finished second with Lewis Mullen in third. 

Race 2 got under way at 15:15, and under perfectly dry and warm conditions.  Getting another great start, took the lead into turn 1 with Daniel Goodman and Lewis Mullen following very closely behind.  With a clear tack ahead all 3 riders were pushed hard. At the end of Lap 1 it was close between Peter Willis, Daniel Goodman and Lewis Mullen.  With a clear track still ahead Peter Willis put in his fastest lap of the race in lap 4 of 51.627 seconds and had pulled a 3.633 second lead. Peter Willis continued his winning streak to take the double win on lap 12 with a clear 8.114 second lead from Daniel Goodman in 2nd and Lewis Mullen in 3rd.

So a great start to the British Mini Bike Championship for WM Racing riders, with Peter Willis now leading the way in 1st with 50 points from Daniel Goodman in 2nd with 40 points and Lewis Mullen in 3rd with 32 points.  It was also a great weekend for Bucci Moto BR10 and BR12 machines with a top 3 finish in the British Mini Bike 140cc Championship, and congratulations to Ruben Sherman-Boyd leading the Irish Mini Bike Championship on his BR12 140cc machine supplied by WM Racing.

Round 2 will be held at Lydd Karting track on the 8th and 9th August.

All images by BMB Photos

Lewis was on fire despite the cold weather

Sunday 17th November seen the final round of the IMC 3 round Snowflake series.  Despite the cold temperature, it was hotting up to be an extremely tight finish between our 2 WM Racing Bucci Moto BR10GP Riders Lewis Mullen and Peter Willis. 

In the County Antrim circuit of Nutts Corner the morning got off to a cold start.  Running the longer track this time compared to the first round, both riders took full advantage of the free practice sessions for both Junior Gearbox and MiniGP, since they were reduced to 3 laps only.


A 4 lap qualifying got underway at 11:30am.   Mullen was straight out on track at the front of the pack with Willis holding back for clear track.  On Lap 2, Willis set a great opening lap of of 1:14.015 to take the lead but began to reach the slower traffic.  Mullen running at the front with the 140cc and 65cc class starting to really set a fast pace and come the last lap put in an impressive 1:12.379 to take Pole Position.  Peter never improved on his lap and took 2nd.  

Next up after a short break was the MiniGP class, 4 lap qualifying.  Willis this time was first out on track at the front and straight away started posting consistent lap time of 1:13 and his fastest lap of 1:13.264.  Mullen had really settled into his rhythm on the Bucci Moto BR10GP bike with his lap time coming down each lap.  On the last lap Mullen posted a 1:12.625 to take 2nd on the grid behind Sherman-Boyd with Willis in 3rd.

With qualifying over, it was all to play for with 2nd and 3rd place still to be decided between the 2 WM Racing Riders in the Junior Gearbox Class.  With Mullen in Pole for the Gearbox 125cc class. Willis was 2nd but 2 rows back split by 3 140cc riders.

BMW Autoparts Junior Gearbox Race 1

Race 1 got underway just after 1pm with the track in perfect condition with plenty of grip. Mullen and Willis got off to a great start, and Willis took an early lead on lap one but Mullen was close behind.  Both riders were putting in consistent 1:12min laps, it was all coming down to the last lap.  Mullen was close behind coming out of turn 7.  As they approached the penultimate corner Mullen tried an outside line but there was nothing in it going into the last corner.  Mullen managed to get an amazing drive out of the last corner and as they pushed for the line he pipped Willis for the win by 0.037 with lap time of 1:11.991.

BMW Autoparts Junior Gearbox Race 2

Race 2 was geared up for another great battle for supremacy.  The lights went out and Mullen got another great start and took and early lead.  Willis didn’t get the start he needed, going into the 1st turn in 4th.  Mullen controlling the pace from the front Willis was slower making his way through the pact to 2nd.  Coming into the last lap Willis took the lead from Mullen on the brakes into the top right hand bend.  Mullen not giving up, pushes Willis right to the line and similar to race 1 getting great drive out of the last corner and taking the win by 0.607.  

BMW Autoparts Junior Gearbox Race 3

Race 3 got underway at just after 3.30pm with a slightly damp track as the temperature dropped and rain wasn’t far away.  Both riders got off to a good start, but Mullen, full of confidence from the early race wins was hard to beat.  In the damp conditions he was still managing to put in consistent 1.12min laps and pulled out an early 5 second lead over Willis in 2nd.  As the race progressed, Mullen was unbeatable and crossed the line in 1st by 7.8 seconds over Willis.  With the hat trick of wins in the Junior Gearbox class for Mullen it secured 2nd place in the champions with Willis securing 3rd overall.  

David Clint P&D Mini GP Race

In qualifying it was Ruben Sherman-Boyd that put in the fastest Junior lap with Lewis Mullen and Peter Willis following.  In the Junior field, Ruben Sherman-Boyd, Lewis Mullen and Peter Willis all proved themselves worthy of sharing the track with the Seniors, putting themselves well in the mix and holding their own against older and more experienced competition. Both Mullen and Willis were quick off the line onboard their Bucci BR10GP machines, Sherman-Boyd having to fight his way from the back in all 3 races. Mullen was able to hold him off in Race 2 to claim his maiden victory in the newly revised format.  Both Mullen and WM Racing Team-mate Willis demonstrated well the performance of the new machines. Given their limited track time they had no difficulty in running with the cc advantage offered by both the Conti machine of Sherman-Boyd or the Kayo MR150 of Class Champion Jack Ferris. Sherman-Boyd secured the Overall with Mullen in 2nd and Willis in 3rd, but boy they were close!

The last MiniGP race of the day brought the IMC winter series to a close for WM Racing Bucci Moto Ireland.  An amazing result for WM Racing with a 2nd and 3rd in the 125cc Junior Gearbox and MiniGP Class.  Considering both riders only getting on the bikes 2 weeks before the 1st race this was a tremendous achievement.  Taking this achievement into winter testing on the 1st December and the new arrival of the BR12GP, Mullen and Willis are looking forward to 2020.

WM Racing looking to expand their team

Do You Want to Join Our Team?

This is a call for Parents/Guardians of a young motor cycle enthusiast, between the age of SIX and EIGHT, that would like to start racing in Pit Bikes in 2020!
One of the popular 10Ten machines , ready to race , awaits someone for the forthcoming 2020 race season! This is an unique opportunity for someone who wants to race, but maybe hasn’t the funds, or maybe hasn’t transport etc.

This Sponsorship deal will include;
Transportation of Machine to and from ALL IMC Meetings in 2020.
Machine will be looked after and prepared for the competitor etc.

The Bike

The 10Ten is a 90cc semi automatic, supermoto spec machine, and is eligible for the ever popular BamBam class, organized by the IMC Pit Bike Championships.
So, Whats the Catch?? There is NO Catch;

What does the Competitor have to do?
Make their own way to the events;
Pay for Fuel and Entries;
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Simply email the details of someone who you think deserves this for 2020!, ( name, age etc) to or PM via Facebook Messenger.
ALL messages will be treated with Utmost Respect.
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This is yet another exciting opportunity to help and guide our Youth into their chosen sport of motor cycling.
WM Racing are an experienced team, who have had previous success in motorcycling.
Earlier this year, the IMC announced a Scholarship for 2020, where some lucky rider will have the use of an all new Tianda Race Bike for their introduction into the short circuit scene!

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Irish Minibike Championship

Bucci Dominates Mondello Park for Round 2 of IMC

The second round of the IMC snowflake series took place in Ireland at Mondello Park.  Using the back section of the International track, this venue really showed the pedigree of the Bucci BR10GP bikes as a purpose built race bike.  With fast flowing corners, wide tracks, long straights and chicanes it was a perfect combo.

It was a busy day for WM Racing as this was the first round where both riders could run in the junior gearbox 125cc class and the MiniGP Class mixed with senior and youth. With heavy rain overnight, the morning got off to a damp and foggy start for free practice and qualifying. Both riders took full advantage of the dual (125cc & MiniGP) free practice sessions in the morning to get settled in, learn the track and make any gearing adjustments before qualifying began. The track was still damp going into a 5 lap qualifying session but both riders where quickly on the pace. Peter Willis (Rider #151) in Lap 4 set his best lap and Pole Position of 1:15:931 and Lewis Mullen (Rider #111) following on the same lap with 1:17.589 putting him 3rd on the grid.

Junior Gearbox Class

Race one got underway after lunch and by now the track had dried and temperature began to rise lifting the fog.  Peter Willis got off to a great start and took an early lead in the 125cc class using the faster 140cc riders to pull him along.  Lewis Mullen didn’t get the start he needed dropping back in the field but quickly put the head down to make up time.  With some very fast laps Lewis Mullen put himself right back in contention.  The race finished after 5 laps with Peter Willis taking the win by 4.8 seconds and a lap time of 1:12.074 and Lewis Mullen coming in 3rd with a lap time of 1:13.985 

Race 2 almost became a mirror of race one with Peter Willis taking an early lead and using the 140cc riders as pace setters.  The track had fully dried by this stage so the pace increased with Peter Willis putting in consistent lap times.  The race finished with Peter Willis taking the win with a lap time of 1:11.838 and Lewis Mullen in 3rd with a lap time of 1: 13. 803 

Race 3 got underway late in the afternoon.  The light was dropping so the official’s reduced the race to a 4 lap sprint race.  Although the track was dry, the riders still opted to run the PMT R Slicks for the cooler track temperature.  As soon as the red light went out, both riders got off to a flying start with Peter Willis and Lewis Mullen on the Bucci BR10GP bikes taking to the front.  With very little splitting them on lap time it became a very close battle of the Bucci machines for the win.  Lewis Mullen was pushing hard and set a very impressive fastest lap of the race of 1:10.725.  Peter Willis rode very defensive on the last lap and coming into the last 2 corners it was anyones race, Peter Willis managed to hold Lewis Mullen off and crossed the line taking the win by only 0.320 of a second splitting them. 

This was very much a dominating class for Peter Willis this weekend on the Bucci BR10GP with a clean sweep taking pole position and 3 out of 3 wins.  Lewis Mullen had an impressive run in the last race and showed his true form. 

MiniGP Class 

This round seen the new class change take effect reducing the age limit of the MiniGP class.  This allowed both youth and senior riders to compete in the same race but split into 2 groups.  This was a great opportunity for our riders to not only get additional track time but to use the faster senior riders to push the pace.  With 3 youth riders taking part Ruben Sherman-Boyd on a 2-stroke and Peter Willis and Lewis Mullen on the Bucci BR10.  It turned out a surprise for the youth riders as all 3 set a fast pace in qualifying against the senior riders and Ruben took the pole position, Peter Willis 2nd and Lewis Mullen 3rd with very little separating them.  

Race 1.  With Peter Willis and Lewis Mullen on the Bucci BR10GP machines lined up on the front row this was set to be a fast pace race.  As the red light went out Peter Willis got off to a good start taking the lead into the first corner with the other riders lined up behind.  From the outset the pace was fast, making it very hard for overtaking but after 2 laps Ruben passed Peter Willis to take the lead.  The riders maintained a fast pace throughout the rest of the race with Ruben pulling out a good lead taking the win by 7.410 seconds with an impressive lap time of 1:10.183, Peter Willis finished 2nd with a lap time of 1:11.053 and Lewis Mullen 3rd 1:12.882 

Race 2 became another closed battle for the 3 youth riders as the track began to dry and the grip level increased.  Both WM Racing Bucci riders got off to a great start mixing it with the senior riders.  Ruben got to the front and maintained the lead for the youth class.  Although the pace was quick it wasn’t just as fast as Race 1 and Ruben crossed the line in first by 2.752 with a lap time of 1:10.199. Peter Willis finished 2nd with a lap time of 1:11.158 and Lewis Mullen 3rd 1:11.956 

Race 3 for WM Racing became the race of the day.  With this race getting underway just after 16:30, with the fading light the official’s reduced the race to a 4 lap sprint race, and that it was.  Lewis Mullen got an impressive start leaping into the lead by the first corner followed closely behind by Ruben, Peter Willis and Jack Ferris (Senior Rider). Lewis Mullen set the pace early in the race with all 4 riders quickly dropping into very impressive 1:10 second laps.  Lewis Mullen and Ruben pulled out a gap for the battle for 1st place with Peter Willis and Jack Ferris battling it out on the track for 3rd.  With these impressive lap times, the riders had to choose the moment to make their move.  As the race progressed into the last lap Lewis Mullen was holding Ruben off, defending his lines as they approached the last corner, Ruben ran deep up the inside of Lewis Mullen to cross the line by 0.057 seconds ahead.  An amazing battle for all riders and even more so the lap times with Peter Willis setting the fast lap of 1:10.475, followed by Ruben Sherman-Boyd 1:10.547 and Lewis Mullen 1:10.698 


Paige Mullen had another great day on the little BAMBAM, making great progress throughout the day reducing her lap time from 2:08 in race one to 1:53 by race three.  This is amazing progress for her.  To top it off, she was awarded the RST BAMBAM Rider of the day.

Overall round 2 at Mondello Park Ireland was a great success for WM Racing, with Peter Willis and Lewis Mullen really getting to grips now with the BR10GP bikes in only their second race meeting.  We look forward now to going into the 3rd and final round of the winter series at Nutts Corner in County Antrim on Sunday 17th November.

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Photo – Two Brother Photography & David Mc Lachlan

Full race results available on IMC Website

IMC Snowflake Series Round 1

Race Report – IMC Snowflake Series Round 1

Today turned out a damp and wet day for Round 1 of the Irish Minibike Championship 3 round winter series. With no wet track time at all on the new @buccimotosrl BR10 bikes the riders had a lot to learn and find the right setup. Practice got off to a steady start for both riders bedding in new @pmttyres R Slick tyres and learning the grip levels.

Come qualifying both riders were happy with the grip level on the PMT R Slicks to push on. Both riders got off to a steady pace with the group but once they broke free they both managed in lap 4 of 5 to put in their fastest lap.

Peter Willis coming in fastest in the 125cc class and Lewis 5th.

Race 1
Unfortunately Lewis didn’t make the first race. Peter starting at the front got off to flying start. Unfortunately on turn 3 with a falling rider he had to put his MX skills to action and take to the grass. Once back on track he rode a fast pace to get back into 3rd.

Race 2
With both riders on the grid this time and rain still continuing to fall the lights went out and both riders got off to flying start. Peter lead the 125cc class and Lewis was straight into 4th position. On Lap 2 Peter was pushing hard but unfortunately found the limit on turn 5 and dropped it. He was unable to restart due to broken foot peg. Lewis continued to push hard in the wet and riding really well to bring it home in 3rd place.

Race 3
After 3 restarts due a number of crashes and oil at turn 1, Lewis got off to a flying start. Straight into 3rd place hot on the heels of Issac Marks. The rain had stopped briefly at the start of the race allowing for some close racing. Lewis battled hard to the end to finish a well deserved 3rd place. Peter after his early fall in Race 2 finished in 4th place to bring home the points.

So a great finish to the day and for Team WM Racing Bucci Ireland. With pole position, 3 x 3rd place and 4th place and Peter setting the fastest lap of the day in the 125cc class in Race 2 of 1:14:424

Thanks to everyone who helped today and we are looking forward to round 2 in a few weeks.

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