LUKE FOCUSED ON 2020 AFTER BRITISH JUNIOR SUPERSPORT FINALE AT BRANDS HATCH
The final two rounds of the 2019 British Junior Supersport Championship resulted in two DNFs for Luke Verwey, not the end to the series he was looking for or what he deserved.
Classified fifteenth overall in the final points classification, Luke has shown, as he did twelve months ago that he has front running pace, his sixth place finish on his first visit to Donington Park followed by a fifth on the return to the Lincolnshire circuit, coupled with his maiden BSB Pole Position are testament to that.
Next season is looking good and presents a real opportunity for the #76 to show his true potential Luke’s 2020 plans shortly will be announced shortly.
“The opening race didn’t go to plan. It was going alright until a lap or so to go when then chain hopped off. I wasn’t really on the pace but was looking forward to Sunday and improving after making some changes. Race two was to be quite honest another disaster. I started fifteenth and was running about eleventh. I ran onto the kerb, right on the edge of the grass and as I tipped in the rear came around and it spat me off. Four DNFs to end the year wasn’t what I wanted and doesn’t reflect my riding of the big step forward I’ve made. I can’t wait to announce my plans for next year and want to thank everyone who has helped me and supported me this season!”
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