I fancied getting my motorcycle licence and paid £420 to a local motorcycle school for direct access. I spent one day in the compound with cones etc, and returned on another day for continuation training.
The weather is playing havoc as one shower after another whips overhead in the gale force winds. It rained ten minutes before our race but was drying in places again by the time we went out. I’d been strong in
Three seems to be the magic number. Nigel and I were both third in class again in race two. That’s a fantastic achievement for Nigel so early in his rookie season and he keeps getting faster. For me, I can’t
It stayed dry for race one. Nigel rode brilliantly to finish third in class B. I got a good start but didn’t have great pace and also finished third in my class. Chris Matthews won with Andrew Plaskitt second. Although
When good plans backfire… Few things are more important than racing, but my wife is one of them so there was no way I was going to miss her birthday on Friday to travel to Snetterton. Arriving later on Saturday
The fastest track on the calendar awaits in Norfolk this weekend. Many British circuits are on the sites of old airfields, but none quite so obviously as Snetterton. It takes little imagination to picture its two huge straights as runways.