Dobson and Willis to lead WM Racing lineup at BTC

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Dobson in Talent Cup action last year, Images supplied by Baylon McCaughey

ROSSI Dobson has inked a deal to tackle the Honda British Talent Cup with WM Racing as he spearheads a four-rider lineup.

The BTC returnee join Peter Willis in the BSB Support class while Lewis Mullen returns to the squad alongside younger sister Paige.

Better known for its presence on both the Irish and British minibike scenes, WM Racing will again fly the flag for Willis and Lewis Mullen, who in their rookie seasons last year finished second and third respectively in the 140 Mini GP series while scooping race wins on home soil in Ireland.

(L-R) Rossi Dobson and Peter Willis are headed for the British Talent Cup…

But joining the duo under the WM Racing banner this season, 15-year-old Dobson, who finished seventh at the Brands Hatch finale last year, brings experience to the table as he hopes to help show Willis the way around in his maiden assault.

Son of North West 200 250cc podium finisher Sammy Dobson, the teen is eyeing podium finishes for 2021 while his 12-year-old compatriot Willis hunts consistent points finishes.

10-year-old Newmills rider, Lewis Mullen will continue his challenge at the British minibike series on a 160cc Ohvale, returning to contest Irish Minibike Championship rounds that don’t clash, while eight-year-old sister Paige – in her second year of action – will take on the IMC BamBam Championship.

(L-R) Paige Mullen and big brother Lewis will lead the WM Racing minibike charge…

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