Gary Wilson started his love of motorcycles at the age of 14 when he got his first bike , a C70, and after this quickly became motorcycle mad. His first race bike was an RD250B at the age of 20. He came 4th in the Auto66 championship that same year. However his first race wasn’t completed on this bike but instead as a sidecar passenger.
Gary formed Wilson Racing in 1985 when he retired from racing due to family commitments. He started Wilson Racing as a motocross team in England, working his way up to the Motocross GP’s with his rider in 1997 -1998. It was after this in 1998 he moved to tarmac with his rider Chris Martin. In 2000 he was helping out Kenny Tibble as well as Chris Martin in the 125 class of BSB leading to Kenny coming 1st in the championship and Chris 5th. In 2001-2002 Gary worked at Moto GP with the TSR team as well as racing in Europe with Chris. It was in 2003 that Gary and Chris moved to the Moto GP Seedorf team.
After this Gary came back to England to compete in the British Superbikes in all classes including the 125,supersport 600, stock 1000, superstock 600. Then competing in the world Superbikes in 2006 with Tom Tunstall. In 2012-2013 he ran his team in the Moto 2 class in the Spanish CEV. He then came back to England running his team in the newly formed standard class that focused on junior riders. In 2016 he had Charlie Atkins and TJ Toms in this class, and come 2017 had 6 riders under his team name including Max Cook and Scott Ogden. The team went on to win the championship this year with Max Cook.
In 2018 Gary took Fenton Seabright and Jack Hart out to Spain to compete in the European Talent cup, with Fenton putting his bike on the podium at Estoril and both riders consistently scoring points throughout the season. Since then Gary has been back in England with his Riders competing in the new British Talent Cup. Some of Gary’s success stories include, Chris Martin, Scott Ogden, Fenton Seabright, Max Cook and many more.