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WH Racing

WH Racing are North East based outfit who have recorded a vast collection of high quality results. We are pleased to continue to work closely with the team throughout the 2019 road racing calender. Recently signed rider Daley Mathison has already achieved several wins at Darley moor in April.

WH Racing

Last year WH racing achieved strong results with Dominic Herburtson at the famous TT Races, including 12th, 10th place finishes within the Royal London 360 Quantum Superstock, Bennetts Lightweight races of TT 2018.

Both riders are customers of Dynobike and we look forward to working with WH Racing in 2019

Read more about WH Racing on their facebook page.

Daley Mathison

Recognised in 2014 as one of the sport’s leading ‘next generation’ racers Daley was delighted to finish races ahead of the sport’s best riders such as John McGuinness, Bruce Anstey and Ian Hutchinson at venues as varied as Scarborough and the Dundrod circuit of the Ulster Grand Prix:

  • 1st Place Ulster Grand Prix Ultra Lightweight Race.
  • 6th Place Ulster Grand Prix Superbike Race.
  • Two Bronze Replicas 2014 Isle of Man TT debut (35th & 41st place finishes Supersport races).
  • 3rd Place Junior 600 Class Auto 66 Club UK Road & Track Championship.

For 2015 Daley is competed on an ex-TAS Racing Tyco Suzuki GSX-R1000 full factory-specification Superbike alongside the existing GSX-R600 Supersport backed & supported by Dynobike for the 2015 season.

In 2018 Daley achieved 11th place in the IOM TT Superstock. 2nd in the TTZero and an impressive 13th in the Senior.

For 2019, Daley has signed with the WH Racing/Dynobike team and will compete thought the road racing calendar.

Daley Mathison

Lee Johnston

29-year-old Lee Johnston is both an accomplished short circuit and road-racing competitor. The diminutive Ulsterman honed his skills with top-flight British championship competition, winning the Junior Superstock title in 2008.

His Isle of Man TT debut in 2012 was well documented as a high profile newcomer, and went on to lift the Monster Energy Privateers’ Championship at the 2013 event with East Coast Racing.

The quirky young Ulsterman set a blistering lap of 126.358mph on his way to 11th place in the Senior TT in 2013 aboard his privateer Honda, and followed it up with a double podium, and a phenomenal 131mph lap at the Ulster Grand Prix in August of the same year.

In 2014 Johnston raised the bar once again with a double at the North West 200 in the Supertwin class; bravely picking himself up off the tarmac after getting taken out of a race winning position in the Supersport encounter.

He also tasted success for the first time at Scarborough during the 2014 Gold Cup event in the Supersport class, where he also took the same 600cc machine to third place in the feature Gold Cup event at Oliver’s Mount. His 2014 season ended at Macau with a fine fourth place for East Coast Racing.

In 2015 Lee continued his success as 2015 NW200 Superstock Race Winner and a podium in the Superstock TT. He achived 3 Race wins at 2015 Ulster GP and was awarded 2015 Ulster GP Man of the Meeting.

In 2018 Lee took Honda Racing to their first international roads podium with the new Fireblade CBR1000RR SP2 at the North West 200 with an impressive third and fourth places in the Superbike races.

Lee secured a solid sixth place finish in the RST Superbike race at the Isle of Man TT and third place in the Locate.im Junior Classic TT Race.

Lee Johnston

Dominic Herbertson

Dominic Herbertson secured results on his first time competing at the Isle of Man TT plus excellent results at the 2014 Scarborough gold cup.

Having made his mountain course debut at last years Manx Grand Prix Dominic went into TT 2014 just aiming to enjoy his first experience of competing at the worlds greatest road race. Supersport TT race 1 saw Dominic produce a calm and measured performance in tricky conditions all round to clinch highly respectable top 50 finish on Herbertson racing ZX6 Kawasaki.

The second supersport race saw great conditions all round the mountain course as Dominic recorded fine 36th place finish. Lightweight TT would see him acquire top 30 placing plus he was leading Suzuki mounted rider during the race as he finished his first Isle of Man TT in highly creditable fashion.

Dominic’s Oliver’s Mount debut started with top six finish in David Jefferies cup b race 1 where he lapped underneath the 1 minute 58 seconds bracket. Second David Jefferies cup b race proved to be a great one for the rider who is set to have a big future in pure road racing as he recorded 4th place finish finishing only four seconds off a top three placing.

Second super twins race was next up and with 12th position achieved it was in all a productive debut around the mount for the sixth place finisher in 2013 newcomers b Manx Grand Prix. Dominic is another up and coming road racer who has the potential to long term secure podium finishes at the North West 200, Ulster Grand Prix, Scarborough gold cup and the Isle of Man TT.

In 2018 Dom achieved 8th place at the Ulster Supersport, 10th in the Supertwin and 7th in the Superbike. He also took 12th place in the IOM TT Supersport race,and clinched his first Mountain Course win with victory in the Locate.im Junior Classic TT Race.

He also won 10th place in the lightweight on the Dynobike Kawasaki.

Dominic Herbertson

James Cowton

James Cowton

Since making his Oliver’s Mount debut in 2011 at the Spring Cup Races, James went from strength to strength around the mount, considered by many as a specialist around the road race circuit and known to many as a mini TT.

James achieved 2nd places in the 2016 Super lightweight. 3rd in the Junior and took 2nd place in the 2017 Gold cup.

James was a TT 2014 podium finisher, North West 200 podium finisher, classic TT races podium finisher, Southern 100 podium finisher, Armoy road races podium finisher, multiple times winner around Oliver’s Mount, Dundrod 150 winner, Ulster Grand Prix winner and Manx Grand Prix winner.

At TT 2014, James joined an illustrious list of riders to have secured a podium finish at the most famous road race in the world the Isle of Man TT.

James continued his TT racing success in 2015 with 2nd in the Formula 2 Classic TT race 16th in the Supersport and 4th in the lightweight. In 2016 James continued his IOM TT progression with 11th in the Supersport and 10th in the lightweight. 2017 saw James taking 10th at the IOM TT in the Supersport race, 15th in the Superstock & Senior races and an impressive 8th in the lightweight just behind his team mate Michael Dunlop.

In 2018 James achieved 9th Positions in both TT Supersport races, 18th in the Superbike and improved his TT Zero record by finishing 4th.

In this year he also won his maiden NW200 Supertwin race for McAdoo racing and achieved first place at the Cookstown 100.

RIP - 2018

Tony Thirkle

All of Tony’s six TT finishes up 2014 were in the top twenty finishing 11th in 2000, his fastest race average speed being 102.68mph when coming 15th in Race A last year on his 600cc DMR Honda.

During this period, Tony regularly appeared on the rostrum at the Oliver’s Mount Circuit in Scarborough, including a victory in July 2004 & competed in the FSRA British Championship, finishing 14th twice and 11th in the Super F2 Championship during the last three seasons.

Tony's racing continues and in 2018 included returns to Scarborough to pilot yesteryear BMW machinery which in 2017 proved very competitive at Oliver’s Mount, showcased by three top six finishes at the Barry Sheene Road Race Festival. He'll also be attending the Pre TT Classic races.

In his career Tony has now wrapped up 19 top 20 TT finishes.

Simon Neary

In his first year racing (2000) and at 20 years old (the youngest in his class), Simon took EMRA-Best up and coming driver, Darley Moor-F2 sidecar champion, New Era-F2 Sidecar champion, and ACU Star series-open class sidecar champion.

After 8 years of trying, and coming oh-so-close, Neary was finally able to stand on a TT podium when he finished third in 2013's opening race on a dynobike engine also becoming the fifth fastest driver in the process. The Leeds driver was British Champion in 2005 and runner-up in 2009.

Simon Neary

Steve Norbury

After Steve joined the family firm of Lockside Engineering as a motor engineer he soon followed his father Jim into racing.

Steve began his racing career in 1993 and quickly started to make his mark. Racing at all of the major circuits Steve had an impressive record of eleven podium finishes at the Isle of Man TT. He took third place in the 1999 British Championship and won the British F1 Championship in 2006. Steve also became a regular in the World F1 Superside Championship where he came into his own with the big sidecars, achieving many top finishes throughout the World F1 Championships.

Steve was a highly competitive racer throughout his career. He sadly lost his life in Hockenheim in 2008 at an IDM German round.

It was such a privilege to work for him and the team. He will be sadly missed as a friend and team-mate.

RIP - 2008

Steve Norbury Steve Norbury