As you may remember, earlier on in the year we announced our
upcoming sponsorship with Danny Webb by publishing an interview with the
British Super Sports star before the first big race of the season.
Danny had a great competition in the British Super Sports
championship – finishing in the top
seven in every race – and is now preparing himself for the rest of the
year and his upcoming races.
Danny will be participating in the Isle of Man TT races,
which will take place in the Isle of Man on the 30th of May. In our
previous interview with Danny he stated that the Isle of Man TT race has been
home to his biggest achievement to date – “in
2014 doing my first year at the Isle of Man TT and coming home with 3 bronze
and 1 silver replica and lapping at 120.9 mph over a 37.5 mile track.”.
Being only seconds away from 4th place in his
best race during the British Super Sports championships has meant that with an
increased focus and intense training, Danny is well on his way to a poll
position at his upcoming races.
For many years the Isle of Man TT race was considered the
most prestigious motorcycle race in the world and was once part of the FIM Motorcycle
Grand Prix World Championship before it was transferred to the United Kingdom
amongst safety concerns.
Between 1977 and 1990 the Isle of Man TT races were also
part of the TT Formula 1 Championships in an action to preserve the status of
the famous race. Since then the race has been maintained by the Isle of Man
Department of Tourism and is held in May or June of each year, traditional
concluding with the Blue Riband evert the prestigious Isle of Man Senior TT
For many serious riders, riding at the Isle of Man TT race
is seen as one of the most prestigious races to be invited to take part in, and
often a highlight in most rider’s careers.
Here at National Pallets we’re proud to be sponsoring Danny
through another exciting and unpredictable race. As usual we will be routing
for Danny in his upcoming race and will be cheering him on at the side lines.
Danny Webb was born in Tunbridge Wells, Kent on
March 22nd 1991 and he made his world champion debut as a super bike
rider when he was just 16 years old. His career took off dramatically in 2008
with a top five position of the entire competition – he will be riding a
Kawasaki 650CC bike in his upcoming TT Isle of Man race where he is entered in
the lightweight class. Follow Danny on Twitter, like him on Facebook and get tickets to his next Isle of Man Race
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