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Pit Bull

All about the rider:

Name: Nige Pitt
Nickname: Pitty
Age: Should know better
Location: Bury
Height: 5ft 7in
Weight: 73kg
Hobbies: Making Race Graphics
First Bike: Yamaha YZF600 Thundercat
Started Racing: 2012
Current Race Bike: 2011 Triumph Daytona 675
Current Road Bike: 2006 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade
Favourite Bikes: Honda Fireblades
Favourite Rider: Nori Haga
Favourite Track: Cadwell Park
Racing Goal: To Have Fun & improve every time we go out

Proud to be Supported by:

Pitty's Custom Vinyls Ltd



Alissi Hairdressing

Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club

Huntington Accountancy Services


There are opportunities to sponsor us compete in the 2017 Thundersport GB Pre-National Sport 600 Championship.

If you are able to offer sponsorship in any form and would like to see your company name listed here as well as on the bike and at the track, please email Pitty direct at nige@pittys.com

Photo Slideshow - watch this space as the season progresses

HOT News!!

Come and join Team Pitty's Custom Vinyls Racing for 2017 at Thundersport GB..... Opportunities to become a Sponsor now available

After a very successful and enjoyable first four seasons of racing, the decision to return to Thundersport GB for 2017 was again, an easy one to make.

We are now a well established team in the paddock offering a high profile and professional base for your advertising and the chance to experience National level motorcycle racing from the paddock as part of Team Pitty’s Custom Vinyls Racing.

Each round at Thundersport GB takes place over 2 days with a Test Day prior to most, meaning that there is plenty of opportunity to take in the full race weekend experience.

To assist us in making this all possible, like all amateur race teams we are looking for any sponsorship available to us.  Clearly with Team Pitty’s Custom Vinyls Racing, opportunities to get your Company or personal name on the bike, team banners, in the event program or on the team van etc are plentiful.  Events are planned all around the country so the van will be seen not just at the events but also covering plenty of miles in between.

Sponsorship can take many guises, so if you have something to offer, please drop Pitty an email at nige@pittys.com or call on 07969 799082 to discuss the opportunities.

It would be great to have you on board.


2017 Race Calendar

24th-26th March - Donington Park (Nat) Thundersport GB

April?? - TBC

28th-30th July - Rockingham Thundersport GB

26th-28th August - Anglesey Thundersport GB

22nd-23rd September - OultonPark Thundersport GB

20th-22nd October - Donington Park (National) Park Thundersport GB

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Testing & Race Reports - check back regularly for updates

No Limits Racing – Donington Park GP, 16th-17th May 2015 Race Report

Team Pittys Custom Vinyls Racing headed to Donington Park again, this time to compete in the Pirelli Super Series 600 Championship, run by No Limits Racing on the full GP circuit.

As a wildcard entry Pitty had to run in the senior class for the weekend, meaning that this was going to be a tough weekend.

The aim of the weekend, however, was to improve the bike setup, gain more tracktime and reduce laptimes in preparation for the Thundersport GB round later in the year, so the choice of class was less important.

Qualifying on Saturday morning was Pitty’s first taste of riding in a mixed class of 1,000cc and 600cc bikes, but the fast pace saw him within 0.6 seconds of his personal best ever lap and qualifying in a very credible 26th place overall, and 15th in class.

Race 1 saw Pitty getting his trademark great start getting himself into the heart of the action into turn 1.  Once the first lap had settled and the pack started to string out Pitty found himself chasing down a two rider battle in front, closing the gap as he picked up his pace lap on lap.  Cruelly just as he made it onto the back of the battling pair the race was Red Flagged on lap 6 due to an incident, meaning the race result was called at the end of lap 5, ending the race where he started in 26th overall and 15th in Class.

Race 2 was held on Sunday, Pitty lined up 29th on the grid for the race that was scheduled to go 12 laps, however after 2 riders fell at Craner Curves on the first lap, the race was Red Flagged immediately.  Lining up for the re-start, the riders set off for the warm-up lap, but again a crash at Craner Curves called another stoppage before the race had even started.  After a long delay on the grid, the race was finally started at a reduced race distance of 7 laps.  This time the race was away cleanly but with all of the disruption, Pitty found himself making mistakes throughout the race finishing in 24th overall and 15th in class again, but beating his personal best laptime by 0.45 seconds.

Race 3 saw Pitty line up 25th on the grid.  The focus for this last race was on laptimes, with changes to his riding style to try.  He got another great start but soon found himself some free space to really work on the changes, which worked exactly as planned seeing Pitty smash his personal best laptime by a full 1.8 seconds, and finishing the race 18th overall and 11th in class.

With all objectives for the weekend achieved, and 7 Championship points in the bag, the weekend can definitely be classed as a success and the team also now have good settings for the coming rounds.

The next outing for Team PCV Racing is their local round at Oulton Park on June the 27th.


Thundersport GB Round 2 – Donington Park National, 10th-12th April 2015 Race Report

Team Pitty’s Custom Vinyls Racing arrived at the circuit late on Thursday night and setup ready for the first test day of the year on Friday, in preparation for the weekend’s racing.

A very hot and sunny Friday was spent working on a new setup on the Triumph 675 Daytona, after extensive suspension work over the winter with TW Suspension Tech of Preston. By the end of the day Pitty had a suspe...nsion and gearing setup that he was happy with for Qualifying on Saturday morning.

The team were greeted on Saturday morning however, by rain and a very wet track, meaning that Pitty had to take to the track with as yet untested wet settings. All was well though as he qualified 31st on the grid (from an entry list of 52 riders).

Race 1 bought back dry conditions and Pitty’s first race of the season. Having got a great start he got involved in an intense battle with two other riders throughout the race, making a big effort to make up two places at the very last corner, only for it to be ruined by the leading back pushing through mid-corner, resulting in being back in his starting position of 31st at the chequered flag.

Race 2 saw a very similar story for Pitty, battling throughout the race, swapping places regularly all the way to the flag, this time losing out a little and finishing 32nd.

The Grid positions for Sunday’s races were determined by the best laptimes throughout Saturday, this unfortunately dropped Pitty back onto the front of row 12 in 34th place on the grid.

Warm up on Sunday in the dry was cut short after just one lap by a Red Flag after a faller at the Roberts Chicane.

Race 3 saw extremely windy conditions all around the circuit making riding conditions very difficult, catching many riders out during the race. Pitty however, got another great start and hung on well to the pack and crossed the line in a very credible 26th place.

The weather played its part in spectacular fashion for Race 4, with the sudden onset of heavy rain 4 minutes before the start of the race. Great work by the team saw wheels changed in very short order and Pitty heading to the grid on full wet tyres. This was to prove a race of attrition in the very slippery conditions, Pitty managed to get up to 18th place during the race but then suffered a big slide on the way down to the Old Hairpin on lap 6, resulting in a short trip across the grass and mud, rejoining the track in 20th place, which is where he managed to finish the race.

Overall, Pitty and the team are very happy with a solid start to the season in what is proving to be an even more competitive Championship than last year.




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