World Superbike: Chaz Davies to Retire at the end of 2021
The ex MotoGP and 32 time WSBK race winner, Chaz Davies, has decided to call time on his bike racing career at the end of the 2021 season.
The 34 year old Welsh rider has decided to end his 20 year long career at the end of this season. Davies has been a professional motorbike racer in the 125cc World Championship since the age of 15, he became the youngest rider to ever race in the 125cc Championship.
Davies has competed in the 125cc Championship, the 250cc Championship, AMA Formula Xtreme, AMA Supersport Championship, MotoGP, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike, World Supersport Championship and the World Superbike Championship.
In 2008 Chaz Davies became the very first British rider to win the Daytona 200!
Chaz Davies is also a World Champion as he won the World Supersport Championship in 2011 as he raced for Yamaha.
Davies has enjoyed an illustrious career in WSBK, he has raced for Aprilia, BMW and Ducati. Chaz has stood on the podium 98 times, with 32 of these as race wins!
Chaz will be missed in bike racing, but maybe he will go on to help out Michael Laverty with his MLav Academy.