Jamie Lyons Racing

Jamie Lyons Racing 7

Jamie lyons racing

C&M Motors have been supporting Jamie Lyons racing from almost the very start of his racing career, getting involved with Jamie when he was only 8 years old he went on to won the Ulster Cadet 65cc Championship, a trophy boasting some impressive names on the list of previous winners including 6 times World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea.

We continued to support Jamie as he competed in the British Youth Nationals both 65cc class and then in the 85cc class.

After suffering serious injury, Jamie moved to tarmac racing and in 2018 C&M Motors supplied Jamie with a Kawasaki EX300 which he rode to a record breaking 20 wins from 20 starts in the Irish Mondello Masters championship.

Having qualified for the prestigious British Talent Cup in 2019 racing a Honda NSF250R Moto3, C&M Motors purchased a similar machine for Jamie to race in the British Superbike championship as wild card and to help his season the BTC, Jamie went on to earn his first British Podium finishing  3rd place at Donington Park a huge achievement in his first year at this level and doing it as a privateer team.

2020 Saw the C&M team tackle the new format British Talent Cup running our own team, Jamie started the season in fine form before a high speed crash (no fault of his own) saw him struggle with injury and bike set up after the crash.

2021 Team C&M purchased a Yamaha R6 for Jamie to race, but due to covid and lack of testing the decision was taken to return for another year in the British Talent Cup and it paid of with Jamie fighting for the title until the last race just missing out to the factory teams and finishing season fourth overall in the British Championship, managing a pole positions a total of 6 podium places and a remarkable race win at the World MotoGP Round at Silverstone in front of 80,000 spectators.

Jamie also decided to take the C&M R6 out at the Ulster Superbike championship and stood on the podium in 6 out of seven races including 2 wins