Twins champ Carson set for Darley title defence

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DAVID Carson is already gearing up for another busy season of action as he prepares to defend his Darley Moor championship crown.

The 2019 Mini Sound of Thunder champ, whose title effectively becomes Twins champ after club chiefs announced a shift to the new category for 2020, is set to once again campaign his Kawasaki ER6 in a bid for yet another trophy.

He is also set to mount another challenge for the Formula 600 crown after bagging his first ever race win in the class this past season and finishing second in the points.

And Carson is already getting serious about silverware as he prepares his bikes for the upcoming campaign, which is set to include a full season at Darley as well as a number of additional events.

“Overall, 2019 was a very successful season for the Two Daves Racing team,” he said. “We scored the Mini Sound of Thunder title and took our first ever Formula 600 win.

“We even had points-scoring finishes in the MRO 600 races at Donington Park. And to top it off, we had no mechanical failures or crashes throughout, which is something we’re very proud of.”

“For 2020, we will once again race in the Darley Moor Formula 600 and Twins championships, along with competing at other selected events.

“In preparation, our Kawasaki ZX6R is currently with MSS Performance being rebuilt and tuned to extract some additional power that will hopefully help us to mount a title challenge.”

“This success wouldn’t have been possible without the help and support received from Pomerol Partners, Rock Oil, Eazi-Grip, Sam Pointon, Jason Sedgwick, Dave Carson Snr, Steph Carson and Lorna Carson.”

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