British rider Chaz Davies has an extensive racing background, beginning his career in 1999 where he debuted on a minimoto before working his way up through the ranks on the tarmac on both the British and World Stage.
Competing in the 125cc World Championship, 250cc World Championship and MotoGP™, Davies made his move over to the World Superbike paddock in 2010. Crowned World Supersport Champion in 2011, he then made the step up to WorldSBK on an Aprilia and has impressed ever since.
Battling in BMW colours in 2013, he was able to end his second season in the top five overall. The Welsh rider made his move to Ducati in 2014 and has been loyal to the Bologna factory ever since, picking up a full 25 wins and another 44 podiums on the twin Panigale R.
After ending three of those years as Championship runner-up, Davies then debuted the all-new Panigale V4 R with sixth in the standings, following a demanding year which saw him go from struggling to make it into the top 10 to etching out a fantastic win at Laguna Seca. The 32-year-old will be hoping to continue his form from the end of 2019 into 2020, with the goal of finally claiming that elusive World Superbike crown.
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