It was a mixed weekend at the home of British Superbike Racing, Brands Hatch for Liverpool-based PR Racing. Josh Owens continues his assault on the Motostar Championship with two second place finishes, climbing three place to 4th overall, while team mate and Londoner, Reggie Wainwright pushed hard at his local track, but unfortunately tasted the tarmac in a 120 mph crash during the second BSB race of the afternoon.
Reggie Wainwright said after the racing. “We had a positive build up throughout both the practise and qualifying sessions leading into Sunday’s racing. I had a good steady race 1 and posted my fastest lap time on the final lap. In race 2 I didn’t get the best of starts, but settled down and started to push the BMW hard as I was feeling comfortable...More
Bike: BMW S1000RR
Championship Standing: -
Bike: Kalex KTM Moto3
Championship Standing: 4th
Championship Points: 137
PR Racing, in partnership with Lloyd and Jones, are contesting the 2016 British Superbike Championship and with Owens JPL Racing team the Hel British Motostar Championship.
PR Racing was formed back in 1994 by current team principle, John Jameson. Since 1994 the team has won many accolades, including the Superbike Cup in 2006. PR Racing still has strong ties to the principals from which it was formed, with a team of professional trackside technicians and back office personnel that continue to build on those foundations at and away from the track.
Has a strategic role in the team's development both on and off the track.
Works with our partners and sponsors to ensure the team goes racing.
Manages the team’s digital marketing strategy and Web site.
One of the team’s full time technicians who preps the bike before each event.
Race technician and drives the team's race truck.
Latest member to join the team, John started with PR Racing in 2015.
Ruth controls the tyres and rider’s timing board during events.
Josh's Moto 3 technician who preps the bike before and at each event.