2019 National Breakthrough Rider of the Year: Jamie Lyons

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NORTHERN Irishman Jamie Lyons has clinched our National Breakthrough Rider of the Year honour with more than a quarter of the public vote.

Runner-up in the Ulster SBK Junior Cup class in 2018, the 15-year-old then stepped up to the British Motostar Standard class, scoring a number of top-five finishes including a season-best podium at the Donington Park GP round while keeping his hand in with wins in the USBK Moto3 class.

Lyons, who is set to remain in the BSB paddock for 2020, chalked up 25 per cent of the votes while Junior Supersport front-runner Adon Davie and 2018 Superteens champ Harry Leigh scored 20.4 and 18.9 per cent respectively.

*Image: Derek Wilson

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