Key Racing’s latest enterprising announcement ahead of this year’s Manx Grand Prix, revolves around the vastly respected Alistair Wager.
Involved in motorcycle racing since the mid 1980’s across practically every category, Wager will now take on the role of crew-chief for Key Racing and their 916 Ducati, to be raced by 2022 Irish Road Race Supersport Champion Michael Browne.
Wager’s racing resume is endless with accolades, Sound of Thunder, European Supermono success, he’s worked with various acclaimed two-wheel racing personalities.
This includes the ‘Prince of Speed’ Phil Read MBE, Robert Holden, 1993 World Superbike Champion Scott Russell, Alan Cathcart.
Moto GP ‘Alien’ Dani Pedrosa, Jeremy McWilliams, FIM Superstock 1000 Cup Champion Sylvain Barrier, and Johnny Barton, whom he helped to place second in the Singles TT encounter of 1997.
Mechanic, technical co-ordinator, engine tuner, development engineer, you name it Wager has had the full 360 experience of bike racing.
Key Racing have no doubt they have got on-board, the right individual to help them in what they hope is a momentous 2024 Manx GP campaign.
Photo courtesy of Tim Key
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou