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Cooper Splits With Noel Williamson Racing, Announces New 2019 National/International Roads Plans

Following the recent announcement that he’s parted company with Noel Williamson Racing, 2017 Super Twins Manx Grand Prix winner Darren Cooper has unveiled via social media, new look 2019 national, International roads plans.

Preston’s Cooper, although no longer taking part in the RST Superbike, Royal London 360 Superstock, Dunlop Senior races, will still sample at TT 2019 the four lap Monster Energy Supersport, Bennetts Lightweight races, piloting his own teams ZX6R, ER6 Kawasaki steeds.

The Team DCR Kawasaki’s will also be present in 2019 at the North West 200, Ulster Grand Prix, selected Irish national meets, plus quite possibly at the returning Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough events.

Photo by Nick Wheeler

Dependable, consistent, ever reliable are most definitely you can apply, three times Manx GP rostrum finisher Cooper.

Year in year showing strong pace at both national and International roads level, he’s one of those racers who quietly goes under the radar and acquires a regular array of high quality results.

Although his plans for 2019, may have altered slightly, still expect him to continue his accomplished progress at the cream of closed roads courses, including the fabled, mythical, iconic 37 and three quarter miles long Mountain Course.

Words by Stevie Rial

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