Patch Racing have outlined their racing plans for 2022 which include Ulster Superbike Championship outings and a selection of Irish road racing’s most renowned meets.
2021 saw the plucky Patch outfit finish a superb second in the Thundersport GB Super Twins Championship, following the sterling efforts of Cadwell Park (May round), Anglesey rounds winner Ryan Strafford.
Keen to continue the positive momentum into 2022, Patch Racing Team Owner, seasoned roads competitor Davy Graham has confirmed that his team will be switching from running 650cc twins tackle to 600cc Supersport Kawasaki machinery.
Enjoying title support this year from Lisburn based Impact Conveyor Parts, Graham’s squad is set to participate within the USBK (Ulster Superbike Championship) Pre-Injection, Supersport Cup scene.
Roads wise, Team Owner Graham will be back in the saddle, sampling Senior Support class competition at the Tandragee 100, Armoy Road Races, Mid Antrim 150 and the season opening KDM Hire Cookstown 100.
Full of praise for their band of loyal sponsors, without whom aforementioned race plans would struggle, the Patch Racing team wish to issue a specials thanks to the following:
Chris Gray Motorsport, Mediterranean Barbers, Signature Windows NI, CD Valeting, Lee Quinn.
Bikers Hangout, JJ Designs, Moto Merchants, Joanne Thomas, BodyWorx NI.
JT23 Clothing, Wogan Secret Candles, A Class Gas and Brady Fitness.
Photo courtesy of Davy Graham
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou