Victory to end the 2015 season

It’s been quite the season for Jamie Harris of Ty Croes, Anglesey.  At the outset of the 2015 season Jamie planned on regaining his Wirral 100 championship title for the Formula 600 category. However with one race to go, not only had he secured the F600 championship, but he also had a 13-point lead in the Open Senior championship, racing his 600cc against the faster, more powerful 1000cc bikes. Jamie race after race demonstrated his talent on the bike, and during the Anglesey Grand weekend took victory in both championships.

Jamie said;

This season has been quite a successful one to say the least. To come away as a double champion is more than I could ever of imagined at the start of the year! I’m now turning my focus to the final round of the British Supersport championship at Brands Hatch were I’m hoping for another strong performance and a good end to the 2015 season.

Whilst out racing, despite having secured his position as the champion, he continued to push the bike hard breaking the Anglesey international circuit formula 600 lap record, and then re-breaking his own record twice on Sunday.

Harris Racing, managed by Jamie’s father David Harris have worked hard this year on Jamie’s race fitness and the development of the bike. Following the Wirral 100 round at Oulton Park in April, Jamie decided to enter as a wild card rider at the 9th round of the British Superbike championships. Jamie returned to compete at Oulton Park  in September where he made quite an impression on SGR Racing’s team manager Stephen Kinghorn.Jamie Harris 2015 - Wirral 100 Champion

Jamie’s hard work and dedication throughout the season presented itself with the ultimate reward of being given additional support by SGR Racing to compete in the final rounds of the British Superbike championship. With the support of SGR Racing, family and friends Jamie raised the needed finances to travel and compete in the last three BSB rounds. To date Jamie has competed at Assen in Holland, Silverstone and next weekend will race at the final round of the British championship in Brands Hatch, Kent.

The challenge for Harris Racing is to secure financial backing with the offer to partner with SGR Racing, who is hoping to run two Yamaha R6s in the 2016 British Supersport Championship.

This is a huge opportunity for Jamie to progress his racing career to the next level. Harris Racing hopes to attract the attention of local companies to sponsor and join in the success of the team during 2016.

Jamie Harris takes his wildcard ride to the final round of the British Superbike Championship

Following success at the Wirral 100 and Thundersport championships in 2015, Jamie Harris, 26 of Ty Croes put in a late wildcard entry to compete at Oulton Park in the 9th round of the British Supersport Championship. After a promising start on Friday Jamie was at his best running times close to his previous best lap times of high 1 minute 42 second laps.

However, by the Saturday morning Jamie had attracted the attention of SGR Racing’s team boss Steve Kinghorn. Jamie had asked for some advice on the set up of his bike, and keen to see a progression rider develop Steve and his team worked with Jamie for the rest of the weekend changing the suspension setup and looking for ways for Jamie to bring is lap times down.


SGR team boss Steve Kinghorn said,

‘I could tell Jamie and his dad were serious about their racing, and I couldn’t watch a Yamaha on Ohlins suspension not get the support, it was exciting to be on the pit wall watching his times come down’.

Due to an accident at a previous BSB round at Cadwell Park SGR’s current rider, Jake Bayford will not be able to run at the next round in Assen in the Netherlands.

Jamie impressed with his ability to push the bike over the weekend and continued to reduce his lap times eventually setting a new personal best during the second day of racing, and took over a second off his previous best lap time.

Jamie has been invited to compete as SGR’s stand in rider for the next round of the BSB championship with view to seeing if there could be a future opportunity for Jamie in a fully supported championship for 2016.  The racing will be broadcasted live on Eurosport 19-21st September.

Harris Racing would like to thank SGR Racing and Kais Ohlins for the support given at Oulton Park and look forward to traveling to Holland in two weeks time.

Jamie’s Facebook page and website keep his fans and supporters up to date with his latest achievements. Jamie’s sponsor page has details on how you can become involved and join his #96 members club to make donations to Jamie’s continued success.


Wildcard end to the 2015 season

Having secured the the Wirral 100 Paul Bland Motorsport F600 championship at the end of July with one round remaining in October, Jamie of Harris Racing entered the Thundersport GB Moto Super-prix of Wales at Anglesey Circuit. Jamie had a fantastic weekend of racing taking the Formula 600 victory in all three of his races.

Jamie said;


“I had an absolutely mega weekend racing with Thundersport, some of the best racing I’ve had in a long time. To come away with 3 out of 3 wins in the F600 class, 2 out of 3 overall and to top the weekend off, set a new personal best on the coastal circuit of 1.08.7”

The weekend provided good conditions for the racing, which was fast and competitive throughout all three races. Jamie was pushing the bike hard over a longer race distance than he’s been racing previously this season. With a strong start from 3rd on the grid Jamie took the hole shot to take the lead over the first few laps. However, the racing was challenging with several passes made during each lap. Team manager

David Harris was watching from the pit wall. David said,



“the adrenaline watching Jamie battling at the front is something else, his sucess this weekend will really boost his confidence for Oulton Park next weekend!”

As a result of Jamie’s success to date in the 2015 racing he has decided to compete at the Oulton Park round of the British Superbike championship on the 4-6th September. If Jamie can run competitively in the Evo category in the British Supersport championship at Oulton Park, he will look to enter some of the final rounds of BSB with the hope of securing a ride for the 2016 season.

Jamie’s Facebook page and website keeps his fans and supporters up to date with his latest achievements. Jamie’s sponsor page has details on how you can become involved and join his #96 members club to make donations to Jamie’s continued success. For anyone wishing to get involved in racing or to join Jamie and the #96 members club please visit


Championship secured with one round remaining

Following a consistently strong performance throughout the season Jamie Harris, 26 of Anglesey clinched the 2015 Wirral 100 Paul Bland Motorsport F600 championship on Sunday with one round remaining. Jamie entered the weekend with a 35-point lead in the championship. The final round will take place in October. Jamie also entered the weekend with a 1-point lead in the open championship, competing against the larger 1000cc motorbikes. Once again this weekend Jamie demonstrated his skill in the rain and used his lighter bike to take the advantage in the wet. He now enters the final round of the open championship with a 13-point advantage.

Jamie Harris

Jamie said;

“At the start of the season I never imagined I would be in the position I’m in now. My aim was to secure my 3rd F600 title, never mind a real shot at the senior open championship.”

The weekend provided challenging and changing conditions for the racing, with warm track temperatures and dry weather tyres on the Saturday. However over night the rain came in making the track wet and slippery for the Sundays racing. The track started to dry out for the mid morning races, however, by the final senior race the track conditions were poor and visibility low.

Jamie began the final senior race from second position on the grid and challenged for the lead right from the first corner. By lap three Jamie had taken the lead from David Jones of Colwyn Bay and was able to retain the lead for the remainder of the race.

Jamie said;

“I knew it was going to be a hard race in such tricky conditions but I was up for the challenge and had nothing but a win on my mind. The open race win was the icing on the cake for a really successful weekend. I’m looking forward to the last round of the championship in October to see if I can complete the double.”

There will be a break in racing now for Jay’s main championship programme for 2015, however he intends on competing on his newly redeveloped Yamaha R6 at the larger race circuits within the remainder of the BSB championship. Harris Racing hopes to attract sponsorship for the 2016 season to progress Jamie’s racing career.

Winter training paying dividend for the 2015 Season

Jamie Harris, 26 of Anglesey continued his wining streak on Saturday and Sunday at the 100th meeting of the Wirral 100 Championship. The weekend’s races were held at Jamie’s home ground at the Ty Croes circuit. After taking his second win of the season at Oulton Park on Saturday 25th April, Jamie went on to win all of the Paul Bland Motorsport F600 races over the weekend and finished second in both senior open races pitching his 600cc against the bigger 1000cc bikes. Jamie’s lead in the championship is now extended to 35 points ahead of his closest rival and he also now leads the senior open championship by 1 point.

Jamie said,

“I’m really happy with how the weekend went. I was basically riding a completely new bike to what I’m used to so I didn’t expect to be on the pace as soon as I was. To come away with a 35 point lead and to be leading the open championship is a big boost in confidence for me, and I’m already looking forward to the next round in 3 weeks time”

The weather over the weekend gave Jamie ideal conditions for the race. Over the winter he has been training to keep race fit and developing the bike. This weekend Jamie was running a new engine and suspension set up on the bike, and following a few alterations on Friday Jamie was gaining more and more confidence and finding more speed through the corners. By the end of the racing on Sunday, and in his final race of the weekend, he was just a 10th of a second off breaking the international circuit F600 lap record.

Jamie Harris

After qualifying with the bike on pole position Jamie controlled each of the F600 races from the start. The senior open race saw Jamie start from 3rd on the grid, despite having a lesser-powered bike he challenged for second position throughout the race. Each lap saw Jamie on is 600cc Yamaha and David Jones on his 1000cc Kawasaki pass each other several times. But when the chequered flag fell it was Jamie who took second place.

Jamie plans on continuing to focus his efforts this year on securing his 3rd Wirral 100 Formula 600 title. The next round will be at Anglesey Circuit on the 25th and 26th of July.

Between now and the next round Jamie will be maintaining as much cycling and running as he can to keep race fit so that he can jump on the bike and be on the pace from the off at the next race meet.

Jamie continues to fly the flag for Wales, and he and the race team will be competing at some of the most iconic British racetracks such as Brands Hatch, Donington Park, Silverstone and Oulton Park throughout the 2015 season. Harris Racing is always looking for new partnership opportunities with companies and organisations wishing to become involved in the sport.

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