Chloe Jones started racing in 2015 when she was 11 years old. She started racing a Mini Moto in the British Mini Bike Championship in the Novice class where she rode a Series 1 polini. She came 1st overall in the Novice class that year collecting many trophies on the way and learning so much about race craft.
Also whilst racing in 2016 Chloe got a IMR Mini Gp 140 bike. This was her first geared bike and after only having 2 practice days on it she decided she was ready to race it.
This was against a grid full of boys who had mainly been racing these bikes for a couple of years. She had already missed 3 rounds of this season due to not even having the bike and was told to just go out and have some fun and see what she could do. She went out excited and saying she loved the bike and bought home 2 out of 2 wins on her first race weekend.
Chloe then went onto win every race that season until the final race of the year when she was leading the race and had a fuel problem with the bike. Even after missing the first 3 rounds of this season she finished in 3rd place of the championship.
In 2017 Chloe did a full season on her IMR Mini Gp 140 sponsored by M.R.S Racing and won most of her races improving every time she was out on the bike.
She unfortunately had to miss 1 round due to a family holiday but she still managed to win the championship with 1 round to spare.
In 2018 Chloe decided to race in the British Mini Bike Championship in the adult open class on her M.R.S Racing Honda CRF150. She felt she needed more of a challenge this year and needed faster riders to compete against to bring her on more. At the end of the year M.R.S Racing purchased a Yamaha R3 for Chloe to race.
The team did 3 trackdays then decided to jump straight into the british chamionship at Silverstone as a wildcard. Chloe took everything in her stride and qualified P12 only 2 seconds of pole position. She was racing against riders who had done all year on these bikes and showed she has what it takes.
The team then decided to do the last round at Brands Hatch. A very difficult track to learn but yet again Chloe amazed us all and in the last race finished P8.
In 2019 Chloe will be doing the full season of the Dickies British Junior Supersport Championship onboard her M.R.S Racing Yamaha R3.
The team head out too Cartagena,Spain in March for some pre season testing before the season kicks off in April.
Chloe Jones is a 15-year-old girl who has found love and passion for bikes. She loves anything to do with them and if she isn't riding one she is either watching them or reading something about them.
She started loving bikes when she used to go to tracks with her dads friend. She loved spending most weekends in the paddock.