2010 has been an exciting year for the Profile Racing Factory and Support team, with 3 world rakings and a national number 1, as well as many european round finals.
The youngest rider on our team is Darcie Taylor whose season started off strong by winning every single lap for the first three nationals, but a few weeks before the world championships she took a fall and fractured her ankle, which meant she missed three nationals and unfortunately missed out on the number 1 ranking, but with lots of rest she went to the world championships, raced well and earned a place on the podium with a 3rd!
Darcies older brother Harley also had a great year although in the end missed out on the number 1 ranking by 5 points, Harley also went to the worlds and like his sister raced hard and impressed alot of people especially when the final came along and just missed out on the podium with a 4th, and got another 4th at the british championships.
Elliot Pateman was national number 10 this year on his shiny new GHP, he started off the year a bit off form but soon managed to regain his usual style by making most A finals and showing that his riding skills are progressing.
Josh Cheetham managed to get national number 7 even though he missed the first two nationals, with his best result being his first race at Braintree, he managed to keep his results consistent all year long.
Billy Luckhurst had an impressive year by winning the 17-24 category and went to the world championships and made the final, he went for a move in the first turn but took a dive which made him world number 8. Billy went to most of the European rounds and managed to make finals and even made the podium at the round in Italy.
The support team was on form all year, Jack Smallpiece took his first ever national win on his home track at Bournemouth, and earned national number 3, Daniel Longhurst kept improving all year even though he had a couple injuries and got national number 7, Charlie Luckhurst improved through out the year and his best posistion was a 5th at braintree, he is now national 16, Dan Butterfield was strong all year, making a few finals and got national number 13.