"I'm excited to get to France and hopefully end my European season on a high. It will be good to do my own thing without any pressure on me and properly enjoy racing again without the stigma of the prestigious meetings I've been competing in recently. It's been tough this season because there's no continuous racing for me to do and every meeting I've done is what would have been the most important meetings of a normal season.
A young and inexperienced Great British U21 team scored 32 points against the World's best youngsters and was able to come away from a wet and rainy Outrup with a bronze medal, with Tom Brennan scoring 7 points."Taking the positives from last nights meeting, I'm so happy that me and the team managed to get a bronze medal when we were really overlooked from the beginning.
After nearly 7 weeks of training, practicing and racing in Australia, Tom Brennan is heading home from the sun to continue his 2020 preparation on home turf. It has been a up and down stint for Brennan, but the youngster has learnt many things along the way, including a weeks training camp from 3 times World Champion, Jason Crump.
After a tough couple of weeks of training, practice and racing, Tom Brennan rose to the occasion of the inaugural FIM Oceania Championship and bagged five points to his name. Brennan went head to head against big International stars from Poland, Germany, Denmark, Britain and Australia on the infamous Gillman track.
With thanks to ATPI and Mildura Motorcycle Club, Tom Brennan is heading back down under for the second season running. After a hard and long season out, Brennan is looking forward to the incredible opportunity in front of him, letting him add valuable track time and experience at a prime age.
"I'm absolutely gutted with the way the U19's went.With the meeting being based solely on the 20 heats, it punishes people who get excluded or have bike problems etc. I don't have much to say, I know I was struggling with my speed but I really believe that I could have performed last night and should have been up there. I believeI have very good equipment and am as prepared as I can be. I have good people around me and only have myself to blame for last nights performance."
British youngster, Tom Brennan, has successfully made his way into the U21 European Final after a day in the sun at Divisov. Tom ended the meeting with 10 points finishing in joint fourth place, narrowly missing out on a rostrum position.
Britain's Tom Brennan took part in the South Australian State Championship this Saturday and managed to breakthrough his barrier and rack up 8 points to his name. Although he scored enough points to be in contention for B-Final, he narrowly missed out on count back and finished the meeting in 10th.
After many months of training and practicing, Tom Brennan took to the track in Gillman, South Adelaide, to make his comeback to racing under the Aussie sun in the Jack Young Cup. The youngster managed to bag a two heat win maximum before his night was ended prematurely by the paramedics.
On the 18th May, Tom Brennan left Arlington stadium with a broken Tibia and Fibula in three places. Almost four months later, he got back on a bike for the first time since his accident. Read his thoughts on his return to riding.
19 year-old Brit, Tom Brennan, has been given the opportunity to take part in his first ever senior British Final at Ipswich on the 26th September.After a successful year in a short but sweet 2020 season so far, Brennan was chosen based on his form and his average from his Championship stint in 2019. He will lineup alongside fellow TeamGB teammate Dan Bewley and Foxhall specialists Rory Schlein, Danny King and 3-times World Champion Jason Crump.
After the red light was put on racing due to Covid-19, Britain's Tom Brennan has been starved of track time in 2020. However, the young-gun has the had the call up to compete in both the FIM European Under-21 Semi-Final and the FIM European Under-19 Semi-Final. With an increase in confidence after working hard during lockdown, Brennan is raring to go and show what he's capable of on the track.
The prestigious Mildura International Solo Masters took place under the lights on Friday night at the Olympic Park Stadium and Tom Brennan added another 5 points to his name on his trip down under. Brennan bagged two seconds and a third before crashing due to bike problems, seeing him fail to score in his last two rides.
As of 2020, Tom Brennan will be a part of the infamous Eastbourne Eagles for the fourth year running, yet only his second year in the Championship.The youngster started off his debut in the Championship at reserve this season and started to make stunning progress that would have promoted him to the main body of the team, going from a 2.00 point average to 6.05.