A Story In Pictures!
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I started so long ago they only had black and white Photo's! On the Powervalve at Lydden in the first season of racing.

I won this race! The first win at Snetterton complete with novice bib!

Lydden again but on the slightly better prepared bike in Season 2!

This was taken just moments before I had the big crash at Cadwell costing me the championship.

The eight hour endurance race at Snetterton on the CBR600FV. We finished 3rd.

Exiting the "bomb hole" at Snetterton in the 8hr endurance

Pembrey hairpin in the 6hr endurance. If you look closely the waterproofs are torn after having a spill on this bend a few laps before. We led the whole field in the wet.

Practice at Brands at the very start of the year.

Moving on and the R1 this year in the Powerbikes at Druids, Brands Hatch

The R1 coming through Clearways at Brands

Sorting it all out on the first lap at Druids, Brands Hatch. Following "Wreckless" Rob Elsmere. 

Getting airborne trying to apply the power exiting Russels at Snetterton.

Watch the lights! On the grid at Brands. Wish I had longer legs!!

The R6 at Snetterton this year in the 6hr. We won the race by making up a lap on the leaders in the last hour!

Exiting the pits at Bishopscourt in Ireland on the R6. We finished 2nd after 6hrs.

"I wish I had one of those bikes in front ........ still it's better beating them on an old one!!!"

Rider change and re-fuelling at Snetterton during the victorious race.

The endurance team - Ben Brewerton, Stuart Dalton (Rider/manager) and me!

A good day at the office...well Snetterton anyway. More silverware for the cupboard and some fastest laps to boot.

Thumbs up at Pembrey on the new 2002 R1. It was my first ever double win in the Powerbikes.

It went from good times at Pembrey to bad times at Brands. Knocked out after a hyside at Clearways

Back in winning form at Snetterton where I won all four races to stand a chance of winning the championship at the last round.

Chris changes the wheels over for the last race of the weekend after a sudden downpour.

After winning the 2004 Open 1300 Championship on the last race of the season.

Chris hands his ciggies and lighter over after he promised he would give up if I won the championship.