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TOMMY PHILP – RIDER PROFILE

race number: 52
age 22
height 6′ 1”
from Windsor
favourite circuit assen
most admired rider marc marquez
hobbies cycling, fishing
dream holiday australia
ambitions to ride in moto 2
favourite food mums home made sunday roast
favourite film captain phillips
dream car  rs6

AARON CLARKE – RIDER PROFILE

race number: 5
age 21
height 6′ 1”
from lincolnshire
favourite circuit cadwell park
most admired rider chaz davies
hobbies running, cycling, mx, golf
dream holiday maldives
ambitions to be a world champion
favourite food indian
favourite film snatch
dream car lamborghini aventador sv in purple

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Assen Full Race Report

  Both draperRACING riders Tommy Philp and Aaron Clarke were contesting the penultimate round of the British Supersport championship races plus the BeNeCup championship for Superbike and Supersport riders in the Dutch championship at Assen in the Netherlands over the weekend with Tommy completing both his (...)

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Quick catch up with Tommy Philp and Aaron Clarke.

After yesterday’s Qualifying at Donington we caught up with draperRACING riders Tommy Philp and Aaron Clarke. “After a testing Practice Session that consisted of setting the bike up, how did you both find your first qualifying of the seasons.” Aaron: “I'm not overly happy as I’m easily (...)

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#ThrowbackThursday to a slightly damp round at Oulton Park 😅🌧🌧🌧

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Come rain or shine - we race ✊🏻
Apart from winter. In winter we don't 😩❄️

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Tommy has undergone a surgery yesterday, for his shoulder injury.

He first suffered a dislocated shoulder two years ago and it has been a recurring problem ever since.

He needed a bone transplant both in front of the shoulder and at the back. Although the injury turned out to be far more serious than the doctors had first anticipated, the surgery went well and Tommy is now recovering and in great spirits. He is very much looking forward to starting physio and getting back in shape, in time for the 2018 season ✊🏻
#GetWellSoonTommy

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This is how you back it into a corner!

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Waiting for the new season, oh-so-impatiently⏳😩

📷 Aaron Scott
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