Who do you rate, regard, consider as the top pure road racer of 2022?
We at Road Racing News are giving you the public the decision, to decide who is the no.1 roads scene exponent of the past eight months.
Taking into account the season as a whole, looking intensely at achievements, lap times, victories, podium finishes, the following 25 racers are candidates:
Peter Hickman – Senior TT winner
Davey Todd – Southern 100 Solo Champion, Armoy ‘Race of Legends’ winner
Michael Dunlop – Supersport TT winner
Dean Harrison – Southern 100 lap record holder
Conor Cummins – Superstock TT runner-up
Jamie Coward – TT Privateers Champion
Glenn Irwin – Quickest newcomer in TT history
Michael Sweeney – Irish Road Race Superbike Champion
Adam McLean – Steve Henshaw Gold Cup winner
David Datzer – IRRC Superbike Championship runner-up
Vincent Lonbois – IRRC Superbike Champion
Marek Cerveny – IRRC Supersport Champion
Jorn Hamberg – IRRC Supersport Championship runner-up
Keelim Ryan – Double Irish road race Champion
Jim Hind – Steve Henshaw Gold Cup runner-up
Dominic Herbertson – Tandragee 100 Supersport winner
Nathan Harrison – Impressive TT debutant
Michael Browne – Lightweight Manx GP winner
Pierre Yves Bian – North West 200 winner
Rob Hodson – Classic Superbike Manx GP winner
Paul Jordan – First time TT podium finisher
Milo Ward – Rapid Mountain Course newcomer
Lee Johnston – Supersport North West 200 race winner
Marcus Simpson – Impressive Irish road racing newcomer
Lukas Maurer – Third overall in the IRRC Superbike series
Before people state, why are certain famous faces missing from the aforementioned list, this is because to be a racer of the year candidate, you have to be applicable to the criteria of competing at minimum at two pure road races across this year.
If you would like to add your vote to determine the top pure road racer of 2022, follow the posted link.
Voting closes on the 30th November.
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou