What happened to Keith farmer?
According to some online reports, Northern Ireland’s Keith Farmer, a well-known motorbike racer, has died. His loved ones are still grieving his passing and are in a state of profound shock. May God give them the fortitude to endure the loss.
Who is Keith Farmer?
Keith Farmer also referred to as The Clogher Bullet, is a Northern Irish motorcycle racer. He was born on February 2, 1987, in Clogher, Northern Ireland, into the Farmer racing family. He has won three British championships. Dickies British Supersport Championship, BSB National Superstock 600 (2011), BSB National Superstock 1000 (2012) (2017)
In 1952, Keith Farmer received his diploma from Center School. He served in the United States Air Force for the entire four-year period beginning in 1954 and ending in 1958 with a record of honorable discharge.
Keith’s Racing Career
Keith farmer decided to join the PR Racing squad and race the iForce Lloyd and Jones BMW in the British Superbike class after a difficult Silverstone weekend.
Farmer revealed that he had planned to stop racing at the end of the current campaign, but after two mishaps at Silverstone, he changed his mind.
The 34-year-old won both the Superstock 600 and the Superstock 1000 in 2011. By winning the 2017 British Supersport Championship and the 2018 Northern Ireland TAS Racing Team Superstock 1000 Championship, Farmer afterward showed his versatility.
Farmer, who competed for some of the top teams in the paddock, looked back on his career and expressed gratitude for his four British championships. For the past ten years that I’ve been in the BSB paddock, I’ve competed for some of the top teams and had a tonne of opportunities, some of which have led to success. In 1965, Keith relocated to Branson to pursue a career in the local music business. He developed a considerable amount of renown in the Branson region as a result of the work he conducted as a plumber.
He was constantly there to lend a helping hand to those in need. He was a fantastic parent who treasured the time he got to spend with his kids and grandkids and who took great pride in his offspring’s successes.
Keith packed up everything he owned and moved from Branson to Lake Tapawingo when he decided to make a change in his life.
This change happened about five years ago. The day before Keith passed away, his parents, sister Madge Owen, and wife of 14 years, Beverly Joan Farmer, had all moved out of state. Beverly Joan was also his wife for the entirety of his life. I pray for his soul’s peace.