- 157 hp Power
- 95 lb-ft Torque
- 218 kg Dry Weight
Chaz Davies was born in Knighton, Wales on 10 February 1987 and began his racing career at the age of 8, making his debut in the British Minibike Championship. His talent was obvious from the start, finishing 5th in his first year and winning the next two seasons. He then moved on to the Super Teen Challenge trophy, where he finished 2nd in 2000. The following year, in addition to competing in the British 125cc championship with a family-run team, he entered the world championship with the Matteoni Racing team. He then moved up to the 250cc class in 2003, where he remained until 2006, unable to achieve any significant results.
In the three-year period 2007-2009 he competed in the American AMA championship, where he won the prestigious 200-mile Daytona race in 2008. Taking advantage of the fact that the AMA season finished earlier than the European championship, in 2007 he debuted in MotoGP with the Pramac D'Antin Ducati team riding in three races, while in 2009 he took part in some rounds of the Supersport world championship with the ParkinGO BE1 team. With the Italian team Davies finished fourth in 2010 and then won the world championship in 2011.
The following season saw Chaz and his team improve their position in the Superbike world championship where the Welshman won a race and was awarded rookie of the year thanks to his 9th place overall in the standings. The good results earned him an official bike for the 2013 season, the year when Chaz finished the season in fifth place, managing to make it to the top step of the podium three times.