MMCC mourns loss of Davy Morgan

a month ago

The Manx Grand Prix lost one of their most popular competitors of recent times with the tragic passing of Davy Morgan whilst competing in the TT races.

The Manx Grand Prix lost one of their most popular competitors of recent times with the tragic passing of Davy Morgan whilst competing in the TT races.

Davy started his Mountain Course career in 2000 at the Manx Grand Prix finishing 2nd in the Junior Newcomers Race.

In 2002 he was again on the podium with 2nd place in both the Junior and
Lightweight Races.

He returned in 2004 with a 2nd place in the Junior Race, followed by his win in the
Senior Race at a speed of 116.42mph.

Alongside his successful TT career Davy also rode in the Classic MGP races and more recently in the Classic TT.

As an enthusiastic supporter of the Manx, Davy was very keen to give back to the sport he loved so much and help bring Newcomers to the event. Every winter he attended the Newcomers Weekend, supported by the Mike Hailwood Foundation and passed on invaluable advice prior to the riders embarking on their first trip down Bray Hill.

The Manx Motor Cycle Club sends its deepest condolences to Davy’s partner Trudy, family and friends.