Progress is well on the way for the 2018 Season.
Unfortunately Lady luck was not on Jordans side for the 2017 season, picking up a dislocated shoulder while he was in contention for the Irish Mx2 Championship, and leading the Ulster Mx2 Championship.
He completed both in the runner up position.
The MX Nationals in the UK also had an early retirement, as you have to be on top of your game, fitness wise and also race wise, and carrying an injury leaves you well down the field.
Josh finished up in the top 10 in both the Irish and Southern Centre BW 85 class.
New for 2018 Jordan will be competing in the MX Nationals under the TMC banner in the Expert MX2 class on the KXF 250, thanks to Johnny Mc Grath and Tom Mc Kiverigan.
He will contest the Irish, Ulster and MCI Championships at home under the KTRacing flag again in the Mx2 class, riding the KXF 250, and also TM 2 stroke machinery in some races.
Hopefully he can stay injury free this year and bring home some silverware.
Josh has moved up to the bigger machinery this year to the 125 class, and is enjoying riding the TM125. He will contest in the Irish, Ulster and Southern Centre championships and hopefully can move up the ranks and try get some podium positions.
Heres to a hopefully successfully and injury free season.
We would like to Thank all our loyal supporters for last year and hopefully stay with us for the 2018 season.
If anyone would like to help out this year we would be extremely grateful.
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