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Southern 100 Winner Fowler Launches Fast 40 Club

Southern 100 Supersport C race winner Jack Fowler has recently launched his ‘Fast 40 Club’ for the 2018 pure road racing season, as he aims to build upon a solid 2017 roads campaign at Billown and Oliver’s Mount.

The Yarm racer who first began racing in 2015, has ambitions next year to delve onto the Mountain Course for the first time at the Manx Grand Prix, alongside returning to the Southern 100.

Speaking via Facebook about his recently set up ‘Fast 40 Club’ the up coming road racer, who’s set to pilot 675 Daytona Triumph machinery in 2018, said:

“My 2018 Fast 40 Club is now live!!

For those that joined last year thank you very much, and for those interested in joining for 2018 here is some information…

What is the Fast 40 Club?

I kindly ask for 40 people to donate £40 to help towards the entry fees for the season.

In return you will get your name, company name, pets name, children’s name or whatever you like displayed on both of the bikes and the race transporter. I will be competing across the major UK race circuits and road circuits including the Isle Of Man.

In addition to that if anyone wishes to come and watch one of my race meetings I would do my very best to organise free tickets for that where children are welcomed to sit on the bikes etc.

There is no limit to how many slots you wish to purchase.

Payments can be made via bank transfer, PayPal, or cash In person. I do not need the money straight away, but I kindly request to have it by the start of March for the season beginning.”

Words by Stevie Rial

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