23rd February 2020  /  Chasin The Racin

We catch up from the bike show, speak to a Norton V4 owner on the recent Norton scandal and his personal experience and we catch up with James Ellison who will be making his road racing debut at the NW200 in 2020.

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This episode is sponsored by Myerscough College & University Centre which is the North West’s best-kept secret! They provide a vast array of Further & Higher education courses, including Motorsport and Motorcycle Diplomas and degrees, on a scenic rural campus with a plethora of facilities including a residential village.

The Motorsport department competes in a multitude of events across a variety of disciplines on both two and four wheels, with the students at the heart of it all, gaining real-world experience to greater prepare them for the industry as they progress on to jobs in British superbikes, World rally and Formula One. The only closed roads stage rally in the north of England, the legend fires north-west stages, is taking place from Myerscough college on 20th & 21st March.

A student-led motorcycle racing team will be taking on Thundersport GB’s GP1 & Golden Era Supersport championships, running lecturers Ryan Garside & Richie Harrison.

The campus is located just north of Preston with many open mornings available throughout the year for any over 16’s interested in taking the next step to building a successful career.

Plenty of information is available on the college website @ www.myerscough.ac.uk Or Search Myerscough college on both facebook and Instagram.

The motorsport department has its own dedicated facebook page for anyone wanting to follow our motorsport events – www.facebook.com/myerscoughHEmotorsport