MotoAmerica: Dominic Doyle Joins BARTCON Racing’s Junior Cup Team

MotoAmerica: Dominic Doyle Joins BARTCON Racing’s Junior Cup Team

© 2019, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By BARTCON Racing:.

As the owner of BARTCON Racing and on behalf of the rest of the team I would like sincerely wish Damian Jigalov the best of luck with his future in the road racing world and in fact, any endeavor he may find himself pursuing. Damian worked hard as our rider but due to circumstances out of my personal control he could no longer ride with BARTCON Racing. 

All that been said, it gives me great pleasure to announce the arrival of the latest addition to the team in the young South African rider Dominic Doyle. I was always keen to see Dominic and his parents succeed in the [MotoAmerica] Junior Cup knowing that he was as hard a grafter, if not harder than most in the series. When the opportunity arose for us both, it was a no-brainer and took all of 12 hours to seal the deal and get him on board. 

I would also like to welcome Dustin Apgar as another addition to the the crew and also thank him for his assistance in sealing said deal as Dustin has been working with Dominic and his parents over the last couple of races. I look forward to working with Dominic and hope that we can all bond together as a successful unit to chase this young man’s dream across the finish line.

Welcome Aboard # 25 Dominic Doyle

Thank You,

Colin L. Barton

BARTCON Racing

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