Gino is competing in the Endurance World Championship this season on board the Wojcik racing yamaha R1. He and the team are looking for consistent top 10 finishes and working their way up the rankings. As well as taking part in this championship, Gino is also running a team of his own in the British superbike paddock called Ready 4 Racing where he is looking to nurture up and coming stars Caolan and Rhys Irwin in their respective classes.
Bjorn will be riding a Suzuki GSXR 1000 in British Superstock 1000 He will also be competing on a Suzuki in the Endurance World Championship with Grellini. He is looking for regular point scoring finishes and hoping for a few podiums this season.
Brad will be looking to be a regular podium finisher and race winner in this years British Supersport 600 championship onboard the Appleyard Macadam Yamaha R6.
Levi had a very successful season in the Ducati Tri-Options Cup supporting British Superbikes. This season he is stepping up to the very competative British Superstock 1000 class with In Competition Aprilia. He has high hopes for the season but understands it's going to be a very competative year.
Danny had a up and down 2018 season hampered by injury in the Ducati Tri-Options Cup supporting British Superbikes, he is fighting fit and looking to get some podiums and hoping for wins and to be a championship contender.
Amy had a great first year racing in the 400cc Newcomers and F400 with NGRRC. Having finished 3rd in her championship in her first attempt in 2018, she is looking for more podiums and hoping to be this years champion.
Andy had a brilliant 2018 season, he finished 3rd in the championship which went dow to the wire and got 2nd in Darley Moore championship. Unfortunately he had a few mechanical issues during the season. He is looking to build on a great year and try to win the Thundersport 600 Championship onboard his Yamaha R6.
Harry contested half a season in British Superstock 1000 in 2018, his season cut short due to issues with bike set up and funding. This season he is taking a step back to club racing with a few wild card British Superstock races thrown in.
Josh had a pretty good 2018 season as he contested in the Thundersport 500 class. He was consistantly on the podium or fighting for the win. For 2019 he moves on to the Thundersport 600 Elite class riding his Yamaha R6
Having sat the 2018 season out due to funds and focussing on his new business Mann Cave Garage on the isle of mann, Ozzy is taking the step up to British Superstock 1000's on his very own privatley entered Kawasaki zx10rr. He know's that it's a competative class but will be looking to score regular points.
Paul had a brilliant 2018 season finishing 3rd in the championship with James Caswell as passanger. This season he will be joined by Garry Wheeler as they aim to be in the top 3 in the F1 sidecar championship in Bemsee.
Rickie had his first full season in 2018 in the No Limits Newcomer 600 championship. He won his very first race and was on the pace all season until he was injured mid dseson, 2019 he is looking to come back strong and ready to fight having had a season under his belt
Stuart is a consistant podium finisher in the British mini bike series, this year he is hoping more of the same as he takes part in the Clay Pidgin championship, Angering championship as well as the British mini bikes again.
Reece is racing his first full season this year. He is racing in the Darley Moor Formula 600 class. He has goals of pushing as hard as possible but to learn as much as he can this season, ready for a title assault next season.
Leon did so well last year,not only being consistantly in the top 10 in British Superstock 1000's on his Suzuki GSXR 1000, but also being extremely quick on the Kramer when he was consistently at the front if not winning in the ThundersportGp2 Supertwins and Stocktwins Class. He is looking for more of the same for this season.
Ben had a great 2018 season on the roads, he got some great results both on his Kawasaki ZX10r and Triumph Daytona 675. This season he will be racing in the No Limits club 600 on his new Yamaha R6 as well as racing at the Southern 100, Aberdare park and also Olivers Mount. If that wasn't busy enough, he will also be racing in the No Limits Endurance Series in the National 600 Championship.
Ricky had his first ever racing season in 2018 riding in the No Limits newcomers 1000 class. His goals for this year are to be more consistant with finishes and bettering his lap times. He moves from Suzuki to a brand new Kawasaki ZX10rr, so is hoping for some more confidence from the new bike and new championsip as he enters the Pirelli Super Series and Club RaceBuykz.
Having won minitwin rookie championship, even though he broke his femur. He is now looking to take the MRO minitwin series championship with Bemsee. Having done a few wild cards and finishing in the top 10 against the more experienced riders, he is hoping to be a regular podium finisher. On top of that, he will be taking part in the No Limits twins Endurance class and is also hoping to get enough signitures to enter some road races too.
Having won the Rookie supersport championship with MRO Bemsee in 2018, Max will be taking the step up to the 1000cc class onboard his Kawasaki ZX10rr which has been prepared by MSS Performance, he is hoping to be competative from the off, but understands that he has a fair bit to learn.