After a mixed start to the year for Niall with only one Southern Development League fixture and three previous practise sessions under his belt in 2017, there’s no wonder why Niall is struggling with inner belief towards racing. He has had a lot of off track issues in recent weeks, with waiting on the new GTR engine that arrived on Good Friday and a couple of other things, which stopped Niall getting back on the bike.
But after the Kent vs Weymouth match Niall did seem a lot more positive to get back on the bike. However the night didn’t go well with a second place and two falls on a wet night in Sittingbourne. Unfortunately the Wildcats lost to the Kestrels 22-13 after the six races.
Since Niall’s off track issues sorted he hopes to get back on track to practise after the Ipswich Championship match this Thursday. Then Niall will be back in Midland Development League action for the MK Knights as they take on Peterborough Thundercats at the East of England showground this Sunday.