With a professional racing career spanning 15 years, Tommy Searle has amassed an impressive record of achievements, unparalleled by any other British rider of his generation.
The now three-time Vice World Champion made his first MXGP appearance aged just 15, achieved his first podium finish aged 16, and has gone on to win 14 overall Grand Prix over the course of his career.
2009 saw Searle head to the US to compete in the AMA Supercross Championship and Nationals series. The Brit achieved 3 AMA National Podiums before returning to the UK to fight for the World Championship title in 2012.
In 2016, Searle racked up 7 podium finishes in the Maxxis British Championship series; taking his first British title at the final round, Foxhills. Having maintained a steady lead throughout much of the 2019 Championship, the Brit Has now secured his second British Title when the series concluded at Landrake.
In addition to his individual achievements, Searle has also represented his country at the prestigious FIM Motocross of Nations, competing as part of Team Great Britain on 11 occasions. Each year, Searle’s performance has been key to the teams’ success; resulting in a podium finish at the 2017 event at Matterley Basin.