New bike delivered for Fenland rider who has wrapped up prestigious club championship

FENLAND motorcycle racer Dean Stimpson , having wrapped up the MZ250 club championship with one meeting still to go, has just taken delivery of a brand new Triumph Daytona 675 triple which he will race in the Triumph Triple Challenge at British Superbike

FENLAND motorcycle racer Dean Stimpson , having wrapped up the MZ250 club championship with one meeting still to go, has just taken delivery of a brand new Triumph Daytona 675 triple which he will race in the Triumph Triple Challenge at British Superbike meetings.

Dean, who lives with his dad in Manea, has been racing MZs for four years and narrowly missed out on winning the championship in that class last year.

This year, on the way to the title, he netted no less than 5 lap records for the class and in the words of one of his close rivals he "blew us into the weeds!" Dean has impressed so much with his technical skill and natural ability that a consortium of friends have put up the money to buy the bike and fund his season next year.

This prestigious series is to be run alongside the premier national motorcycle racing series, the British Superbike Championship.


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Dean's race bikes for the last four years have been meticulously prepared by retired March motorcycle engineer Tony Holmshaw . Tony has a long pedigree in racing having won many championships as a rider himself with classic sidecars and is the leading engine builder and tuner for the MZ 250 racing series.

He has also had great success with bikes prepared for racing in the Isle of Man and major UK club racing. Tony will be heading the team, HS Racing, that Dean will be riding with next year.

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The bike has been supplied by the series promoter T3 Racing headed by Tony Scott . Tony Scott has run this series for two years with increasing success that has culminated in next years tie up with the British Superbike Championship next year. His aim is to give young racers the opportunity to race a competitive bike in a professional racing environment giving them the best opportunity to progress into major league racing if they have the ambition to do so.

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