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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


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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23 hours ago


Day one of the "Party in the Park" at Cadwell and overall it was not a bad day for draperRacing although Tommy was disappointed not to be able to get down into the 1.29s as he did a few weeks ago at the Track Attack here. He was 12th and 14th in both Supersport Free Practice sessions using the settings he set the lap record with, however track conditions were not the same and tomorrow the team will try different settings in the hope that he can get the times he is capable of. His Track Attack record would have put him in second place today between Jack Kennedy and Ben Currie.
Aaron has made it quite clear that this is where he wants to be on the top step of the podium, running in the top two of the Superstock 600 class for quite a while although he had to settle for 4th at the end of both sessions. At the moment he is just over a second a lap slower than Ryan Vickers who once again topped the standings but he is confident that he has a lot more to offer tomorrow.
In the sidecar class Simon and Jack had another trouble free day apart from having to reset the bias on the brakes when the outfit wouldn't brake in a straight line. Watching them at Park Corner in the first session was an eye opener as they came charging up the inside of Park and made up places on the pack in front of them, the outfit kept drifting on to the grass as Simon struggled to keep it in a straight line. It is good to see them now getting some trouble free rides in and they have qualified 10th for the first race tomorrow afternoon. You can be sure that they will make up places on that position when the lights go out.
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2 days ago


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5 days ago


It's hard to believe that we are already at round eight of the BSB Championships this coming weekend but we are and so it is time once again for the "Party in the Park" at Cadwell Park! Effectively the home round for draperRacing and you can be sure that our riders will be out to make their presence felt. In the Superstock 600 class Aaron will be aiming to get on that top step of the podium, after two second places he is tired of seeing Ryan Vickers back and would like to return the compliment.
In June the sidecar class had four races at the Sidecar Revival meeting but too many red flags so they will be aiming to complete the full distance this time. And after Thruxton you can bet that Simon and Jack will be aiming to be right up there as well, three good points scoring races at the last round proved that they are a force to be reckoned with.
Last but by no means least is Tommy, in July he set the "up to 600cc new Time Attack" lap record, down in the 1.29s and his nearest rival was also a BSB Supersports rider and he was a second further back. A good confidence booster for Tommy and now fully recovered from his shoulder injury one he is sure to try and cash in on.
With practice and qualifying starting this Friday at 09:00am and further qualifying and some races on Saturday followed by a full day of racing on Sunday why not come along and support the team.
With live music Friday and Saturday night and a motorcycle exhibition and tribute to Barry Sheene there is plenty of entertainment in the evenings.
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1 week ago


Our boys Simon Gilbert and Jack Tritton led Sunday's sidecar race after making full use of their pole position at Thruxton. 🤗 ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago


draperRacing's resident groupies with the team's riders! L to R Stephen Cassie (Groupie) Aaron Clarke (Superstock 600 rider) Barry Swallow (Groupie) Tommy Philp (Supersport rider) Simon Gilbert (Sidecar driver) Jack Tritton (Sidecar Chair) Paul Lids (Groupie) Gavin Clarke (Groupie and Aaron's dad) ... See MoreSee Less

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