In 1999 he was crowned World Superbike Endurance Champion after competing at Le Mans, Spa and the Bol d’or in the grueling 24-hour Superbike endurances. With many championship wins in his career such as the European and British Superbike titles, Terry is without doubt a man with high velocity in his blood.
After a long spell in the pits, I have finally got round to updating my website. It is far more auto- biographical now with photos, new and old, chronicling the last few years of my life as well as what I have planned for 2008 and beyond.
My previous site didn’t contain much of my motorcycle racing exploits so I hope you enjoy pictures and stories from when I first starting racing to when I retired.
I have had an enjoyable and varied racing career from the ripe old age of six, racing through the schoolboy motocross ranks until age of 17 when I had the chance to ride a Yamaha RD250 LC at Brands Hatch – from then on I was hooked!
I raced in my first hotly contested 250cc production race at Snetterton Circuit in Norfolk on my beloved Yamaha LC, and had such a rush of adrenaline after finishing 11th, that I knew I wanted to race professionally.
My mum, Corinne, dad, Terry Snr. and younger sister, Lisa, all supported me throughout my racing career with bundles of encouragement and help.
Though it must have been hard for them as racing took up so much of our time and efforts. I love and owe them all so much.
I have met interesting people and gained close friends from all over the world and feel privileged to have come from quite a basic working class background to have ridden against the cream of worldwide motorsport personalities over the years.
I will try and update the whole story, from the start of my career and hopefully a few funny stories along the way every few weeks or so.