WSBK: Chaz Davies Announces His Retirement From Motorcycle Racing.
Chaz Davies Will Retire From The World Superbike Paddock At The End Of The 2021 Season.
Welsh World Superbike rider Chaz Davies has announced 2021 will be his last season competing in the World Superbike paddock and he will retire from the World Superbike Championship. Chaz isn’t looking for other opportunities in the racing world but if something would present itself, such as a testing role, he would consider it.
Chaz began his motorcycling career in 1995 at the young age of eight, competing in the British Mini Moto Series. In 1999 he made the step-up to Junior Road Racing, he was allowed to take part in the Aprilia Challenge 125cc Championship at just the age of 12. A year later he set a new lap record at Donington Park National Circuit and was crowned ‘Superteen of the year’.
Chaz joined the WorldSBK paddock back in 2010, after competing in both the 125cc and 250cc World Championships. He was won The WorldSSP Championship Title in 2011, he then moved-up to the WorldSBK Championship riding for Aprilia, Chaz claimed a victory in his rookie season. Chaz was voted the 2011 BBC Wales Sports Personality of the year.
Chaz has raced for BMW and Ducati along side Aprilia, he has a total of 99 podiums and 32 wins from his 263 appearances. Chaz has been riding for The Go Eleven Racing Team this season, with a best place finish of second at Estoril.
We wish Chaz all the best for his next chapter after leaving the World Superbike Paddock.
Featured Image: Chaz Davies Racing.