A museum is celebrating World Superbike racer, Chaz Davies’ career in his home town of Presteigne, Wales.
Davies recently grabbed his first WSB podium finish onboard his ParkinGo Aprilia RSV4, beating Biaggi at Aragon.
At 14-years-old, Davies became the youngest winner of a British Championship race at Thruxton. In 2003 he became the youngest rider to score World Championship points in the 250cc class in Africa's Grand Prix. In 2011 Davies scored 8 podiums with 6 wins securing the 2011 World Supersport title.
The Judge’s Lodging museum will be holding a special exhibition to honour the 25-year-old’s racing career until September 23.
The museum will display his racing leathers, artwork, photos, personal memorabilia and his World Supersport and Daytona 200 trophies.
Admission to the museum is free, for more information visit: