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Webb announces GP training camp aimed at youngsters

British rider Danny Webb has set up a training camp aimed at aspiring MotoGP champions of the future.

Webb, last seen working alongside double WorldSBK Champion and ex-MotoGP rider James Toseland at WRP Wepol Racing in WorldSSP for 2020 before spliting with the team after just four races in 2021 due to injury, first started his career in 2005 and now is utilising his world championship experience across Grand Prix, Supersport and endurance to encourage the paths of young British racers.

With training open to 12-18 year-olds, the project run in association with Pete Boast’s Champions Flat Track School, aims to provide an all round knowledge of what it takes to be a professional motorcycle racer, and will include nutrition, mindset and media training alongside the more traditional coaching on two wheels.


“As you've probably seen, I've started my own Danny Webb GP Camp,” the 30-year-old confirmed via a social media video.

“The reason for doing this is because I believe that we have the talent in the UK to be at world champion level and MotoGP level. I just feel that we need the younger generation to learn how to be professional motorcycle racers faster, and I think this is where the Spanish and the Italians are just one step ahead of us.

“So I've set the GP camp up, it is going to be aimed towards 12 to 18 year olds, but if you are either side of this age bracket please get in contact because we can always accommodate even younger ages or just over the age bracket. We're always open to people wanting to learn more about being a professional motorcycle racer.

“The day is going to entail a little bit of fitness training, flat track riding - what a lot of Grand Prix riders do throughout the winter months and throughout the season - and we're also going to do classroom stuff which is really important; media training, how to fuel your body and your mindset on how to go motorcycle racing. We are currently getting a website built so that should be live pretty soon but if you've got any other questions or queries, please just send us a message and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.”

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