About

Satchwell Racing

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Satchwell racing’s ethos is simple, to put ambitious young riders with the drive to progress to bigger places the chance to ride where every young rider wants to be, the BSB. With a highly trained eye for talent, Satchwell Racing find and manage riders from around the world in order to give them a hand up in the racing world with invaluable knowledge beside them.

Caolan Irwin

How we do it

Discover

Chris being a previous BSB rider and lifetime worth of racing knowledge scouts young riders to approach and take under his wing.

Learn

We learn quickly by supplying our bikes, testing and adjusting to the riders needs and identify weaknesses.

Analysis

Analysising is a crucial part after races and testing to feedback areas of improvement and progression.

Progress

Proven tactics and teaching pushes the riders further than they could have imagined, leaving everyone happy.

Discover

Our riders

Rider

Richard Molnar

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Son of Andy Molnar - the hugely experienced Manx Norton builder, engineer and racer - Richard has raced a plethora of classic motorcycles since 2014 as well as riding in the UK Thundersport series on a CB500. With success in numerous classes, and having raced, and won, at the Phillip Island Classic earlier this season, the mechanical engineering student now gets to sling a leg over the Satchwell Racing team entry. Richard's most recent success came just last weekend at the Donington Park classic motorcycle festival where he won five races and achieved three further podium finishes, including taking the win in the ACU500 race, setting the outright 500cc lap record into the bargain.

Richard

Satchwell

History

History

Chris Satchwell

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Satchwell Racing dates back to the seventies when Peter Satchwell started racing. He used to ride Nortons and Triumphs back then. He went on to running a Harris Performance Kawasaki in the Formula One series along side the likes of Barry Sheene In 1980 Satchwell Racing sponsored a rider called Kevi Wrettom at the Isle of Man,he was running 3rd in the senior TT when the gearbox exploded. Kevin went on to ride in the Grand Prix scene and was widely tipped to be the next world champion. Sadly he passed away in an accident years later. Satchwell Racing was again back on the science when Chris Satchwell started racing in 1995 at club level. 1996 saw him enter British Thunderbikes on a Honda 600 learning his craft. 1997 they went to British Superbikes on a Suzuki 750 where he finished 22nd overall on a privately entered machine. Sponsored by D&K Motorcycles in Newcastle. Last year Chris rode at Thundersport GB on the same machine for old times sake. Picked up the bug again and this year changing machines to a Honda CB500,in the senior championship and finished 3rd.

Chris Satchwell

Upcoming

Race Meets

Thurxton
4-6 Aug

THRUXTON

Thruxton is one of the fastest circuits on the British Superbike Championship calendar and one which has hosted events as varied as World Endurance motorcycles, European F2 cars and trucks. The demands of the circuit range from the long, fast straights and flowing corners to tight, demanding Complex and Chicane sections.

Cadwell
18-20 Aug

Cadwell Park

A real mecca for bike fans, Cadwell Park hosts the biggest round of the MCE British Superbike Championship, with thousands of spectators travelling to the circuit fondly nicknamed the 'Mini-Nurburgring' every August. Cadwell Park is probably most famous for 'the Mountain', where bikes frequently get airbourne.

Silverstone
8-10 Sep

Silverstone GP

Currently the home of the Formula 1 Santander British Grand Prix, this former wartime airfield circuit can boast being one of the world's foremost motorsport venues. Silverstone hosted the first ever round of the F1 World Championship in 1948, and over the years has developed to meet the needs of the modern sporting era.

Contact

Let's Chat

Whether you fancy a coffee or a beer, looking for sponsorship options or thinking about coming to a race day, we are always here for a chat, drop us a message and we'll get back to you when we're not driving between tracks!