Never shy of taking on new challenges, Manx GP podium finisher Jamie Williams has announced recently that he is eyeing up IRRC (International Road Racing Championship) outings during 2022.
IRRC rounds he plans to sample are at Hengelo (Netherlands), Imatranajo (Finland), Circuit De Chimay (Belgium) and Frohburger Dreieck (Germany).
Third from the Junior MGP encounter of 2017, Williams has since gone onto tackle the TT Races, registering at TT 2018 three top thirty five finishes.
A prominent Oliver’s Mount Scarborough exponent, he returned in May to England’s only active roads circuit for the Bob Smith Spring Cup.
Seventh within his Supersport heat, the Road Racing News Supersport races saw him twice place 13th, after mixing it with many seasoned Scarborough campaigners.
Ultra looking forward to the season ahead, NCE Racing supported Williams is planning to race 1000cc BMW, 600cc Honda steeds at the TT, Southern 100, Armoy Road Races, Ulster Grand Prix alongside aforementioned IRRC rounds.
Speaking via Facebook about the challenges ahead for 2022, he stated:
“We have a few new races that we have added in this year with the IRRC (International Road Racing Championships) which are held across Europe, the Ulster Grand Prix and the Armoy Road Races.
I will be a newcomer to these particular events and I’m really excited to finally have them on our radar after waiting a number of years to be in a position that I can compete at them.
Our TT entries have also been officially submitted for the Supersport, Superstock and Superbike classes!
To all our 92club members and sponsors, our end of year thank you packs will be getting sent out starting from next week so please keep an eye out for them.”
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