Josh Daley, 21 years old, has been riding various bikes from the age of 4, when he rode a Yamaha PW50. However, Josh got serious about his racing at the age of 8, when in September 2004 he rode a mini-moto at his first race meeting, and got himself on the podium. This was merely the start of many awards and achievements over the following years, across various championships on a range of different machinery.

2013 - Superstock 600 - BSB
Aintree F600 Champion

2012 - Thundersport GB - F400 & Open 650 championships

F400 champion 24 race wins (at 8 race meetings) 7 pole positions, 8 lap records
Open 650 championship - 2nd - 12 race wins, 7 pole positions, 4 lap records

ACU North West F400 champion (2nd year in succesion)

Aintree MCRC

F400 champion, F400 Lap & Race record
Open 500 - 2nd, Open 500 - race record
Silver Lion trophy (Awarded for improving race record by largest margin, previous winners include Carl Fogarty)

Wildcard ride for Simon Crafar's Moto Vudu team at European Junior Cup at World Superbikes at Silverstone.
Josh achieved Pole position having never rode the bike, or been to Silverstone before.

2011 - Thundersport GB GP2 Championship
Youngest rider on grid at 14 years old Finished season in 2nd place
38 races = 6 wins, 8 x 2nds, 7 x 3rds, 3 x 4ths, 5 x 5ths, 1 x 7th
30 races finished, 21 on podium
GP2 lap record holder at Donington Park
Aintree M.C.R.R.C
Formula 400 & Open 500 champion 2012 . ACU North West F400 champion.
Youngest ever Ace of Aintree champion in the history of the club.

2010 – Thundersport GB - Aprilia Superteens
Josh finished the season 4th place on the championship.
Josh was been awarded most improved rider of the year with both of the clubs he raced with in 2010, Thundersport GB and Aintree M.C.R.R.C. This is aswell as being crowned ACU North West Junior Road Race Champion for the 2nd year in succession.

2009 – Thundersport GB - Aprilia Superteens
Josh finished the year in 16th place, and 5th in the Nitro Newcomers Championship. Josh was also the 2009 North West Centre ACU Junior road race champion, and adds his name to a trophy that was won by James Toseland (2 times World Superbike champion) in 1995.