Matt Wigley #99

 

Thoughts on the 2017 season:

 

 

Personal PRofile

Age22

Occupation: M&E Coordinator

Best 2016 result: 5th

Favourite TV: Moto GP, Top Gear and Fast & Furious

Favourite bike: MD 250cc 4 stroke – a step forward in modern technology

First race: Donnington Park in March of 2002 for the ACU Championship

Favourite track: Silverstone GP

History

2002 – Began racing pocket bikes and I often finished either first or second in the Novice

Junior ‘C’ class. My first ever race was using the Dunlop loop at Donington Park – (I finished 1st)

2003 – North of England and Eastern Counties Championship – Junior A – 4th Place

Italian Job Championship – Junior A – 4th place

2004 – North of England and Eastern Counties Championship – Junior A – 1st Place

North of England and Eastern Counties Championship – Production A – 4th Place

South of England Championship – Junior A – 1st Place

South of England Championship – Production A – 5th Place

2005 – LCRRC British Championship – Junior A – 2nd Place

LCRRC British Championship – Production A – 1st Place

British Minimoto GP 2005 – Junior A – 2nd Place

British Minimoto GP 2005 – Production A – 1st Place

North of England and Eastern Counties Championship – Junior A – 2nd Place

North of England and Eastern Counties Championship – Production A – 3rd Place

South of England Championship – Junior A – 1st Place

South of England Championship – Production A – 2nd Place

2006 – LCRRC Conti Cup UK 50cc (Not a full year) – 6th Place

2nd half of the year on 70cc Conti

2007 – Scooter racing with the BSSO for ACU Licence signatures

2008 – Racing with Derby Phoenix MCC and New Era to finish my remaining signatures to gain a National ACU Licence

2009 – Derby Phoenix MCC – Open 400 Championship – 5th Overall

2010 – Derby Phoenix MCC – Mini Thunderbike Championship – 2nd Overall

2011 – French Superbike Championship – Pirelli Superstock 600

2012 – Endurance rounds at both Hottrax event in the UK and Eybis in France together with a wildcard ride in the French Superbike Championships in the Supersport class on stock bikes.

2013 – MCE British Superbike Championship – Pirelli National Superstock 600.

2014 – MCE British Superbike Championship – Pirelli National Superstock 600.

2015 – MCE British Superbike Championship – Pirelli National Superstock 600.

2016 – MCE British Superbike Championship – Pirelli National Superstock 600.

2017 – MCE British Superbike Championship – Pirelli National Superstock 1000.

 

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