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Young Irish Racer aiming for the top

Aaron Clifford

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Having proved his ability at home and abroad over the last few years Aaron Clifford is ready to take the next step as he embarks on a full season in the British National Superstock Championship which supports the British Superbike Championship.

Aaron is the reigning Masters Supersport Cup Champion and a race winner in the Thudersport UK Championship. Following his rapid rise through the Thundersport and Irish Championship ranks, Aaron impressed on his two 2016 British National Superstock outings,  scoring points on his debut, and is now ready for a full assault on the British Championship

2017 will see Aaron travel to the UK for all 10 British Superbike Championship events to compete in superstock and he is looking for your support in order to assist him in reaching his goal.

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+Achievements

2012 - Championship winning debut season

Having raced minimotos in 2009, at the age of nine, Aaron made his Motorcycle Racing debut as soon as he could stepping up to the Aprilia 125 championship. In his first season Aaron just missed out on the Irish Championship, by four points, but took the Southern Centre Championship.

2013 - Racing Internationally by year two

In only his second season racing Aaron turned his attention to the UK where he raced in the Superteen championship. He finished an amazing sixth in the series despite missing two rounds due to injury. Throughout 2013 aaron scored regular podium finishes and took four lap records.

2016 - Record setting debut Supersport season

Following two seasons in the Thundersport UK Aprilia Challenge Aaron turned his focus to the Irish Masters Supersport Championship and the National Championship. In a record breaking season Aaron won all fourteen Masters Supersport 'Cup' races on his way to the 'Cup' title and an incredible fifth overall in the main championship, one of the best finishes for a novice in the history of the Masters. In the Irish National Championship Aaron took his first overall wins on his way to fifth in the standings.

2016 - points scoring finish on BSB debut

In preparation for his graduation to the class in 2017 Aaron tackled his first ever British Superbike Championship weekend at Snetterton and finished a strong thirteeth place to pick up his first ever British National Championship points. The achievement is all the more impressive as he was running with his own family team against a grid full of experienced professional teams and riders. At the season finale at Brands Hatch he backed the result up with his second points scoring finish to lay the foundation for his full BSB season in 2017.

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