The team was formed in 2007 by Martin Day (Father), Ali Day (Brother) & myself Josh Day along with the help of family and friends.
After doing a single Trackday at Donington Park in 2006 I was hooked and immediately stated my ambition to have a shot at racing the following year.
Competing with the North Gloucester Road Racing Club (NGRRC) in 2007 we almost clinched a Championship that very first year. What happened after that was beyond our wildest dreams rising from a novice to the countries elite Championship in only four years.
In 2008 we exceeded expectations competing in the National Superstock 600 Championship achieving a podium finish within a year of our first ever race. We then went on to finish 13th in the Championship with several top ten finshes.
We were confident of pushing for the National Superstock 600 Championship in 2009 unfortunately it was to be a season marred by bad luck and injury in the National Championship however we did still manage to be crowned Champions in the NGRRC 600 Championship.
We felt the 2010 season was our time to shine and with a great pre season we began the National Superstock 600 Championship in fine style claiming pole position at the first three rounds consecutively. After dominating the early rounds of the season the second half of the season was like a soap opera with multiple mechanical failures, despite this our efforts were rewarded by taking the Championship by a single point.
Following this season I started racing for private teams starting in the British Superbike Evo Championship. However following my best performance of the year things turned sour and I was left high and dry mid season when the team pulled the plug on their season. Luckily I did manage to race again that year in the British Supersport Championship with Smiths Triumph and surprised a few with a front row Qualifying performance at Donington being the highlight of my short time there.
After selling all of our teams equipment to fund the British Superbike season I was left searching for a new team in 2012 and signed with the CN Racing Honda team to ride in the National Superstock 1000 Championship but again it proved to be a disappointing year due to matters beyond my own control so the decision was made to resign from the team part way through the season.
Following my resignation from CN Racing, plans were put into place to reform Dayo Racing and rebuild my racing career by going back to basics and doing what we know best. We were not able to raise all the necessary funds to be competitive on our own but with the help of personal Sponsor WH Bond we did achieve enough backing to ride for the Be Wiser Kawasaki Team in the Pirelli National superstock 1000 Championship in 2013.