Successful First Venture Into Mountain Course Competition For Callum Ward

Successful First Venture Into Mountain Course Competition For Callum Ward

Callum Ward’s first venture into competition on the Mountain Course proved a successful one, as he enjoyed a productive 2016 Manx Grand Prix, gaining series of highly creditable results.

An eventful practice week, saw him involved in an incident last Friday evening at Waterworks, plus lap in excess of 109 mph.

The Newcomers A race would see the rising star at Oliver’s Mount, finish a highly respectable ninth, along the way lapping close to the 110 mph mark, with lap speed of 109.919 mph.


Photo by Jim Gibson

Next up for Callum was the Junior race, the four lap encounter provided the Brough based rider with a 39th place finish, as he secured another Bronze replica finish.

Overall a highly accomplished first two weeks competition on the Mountain Course, for the rider who made his roads debut in 2015 at the Spring Cup National Road Races, at Oliver’s Mount.


In 22 days time Callum returns to the mount, for competition at the prestigious Scarborough Gold Cup.

As at the Manx GP, he’s set to be in action on his own teams YZF R6 Yamaha, as he aims for more top quality results.

Words by Stevie Rial

Welcome, Here at Road Racing News we pride ourselves in supplying the best and latest news on Pure Road Racing including Race Reports, Race Reviews, Interviews and live updated news. Our Aim is to supply the latest Pure Road Racing news as quickly as possible to all enthusiast of the best sport in the world. Your fantastic support and following is why we do this! Road Racing News Team.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *