Kidderminster’s Martin Morris is getting everything in place for a second TT Races venture, which he hopes will feature 1000cc races participation.
Recently acquiring current generation Fireblade Honda tackle, the protégé of Dave Hewson is keen to continue his competent progress of the past two years around the otherworldly, fabled Mountain Course.
A TT debutant this year, the eighth-place finisher in the Junior Manx Grand Prix of 2022, swept up four top thirty-five finishes.
This included a more than creditable run to eleventh, post the conclusion of the second three-lap Carole Nash Super Twins race.
Presently holding a personal best lap speed of 118.88 mph (19 minutes 02.559 seconds), the desire to find that next level of pace burns brightly.
In addition to TT 2024, Morris also has designs next year on racing the Northwest 200 (6th-11th May) and selected national roads, purpose-built circuit meets.
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