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350 Classic TT Preview

2014 350 classic TT race has attracted an excellent all round entry list which includes William Dunlop on Davies motorsport 350 Honda. William was runner up in 500 classic TT in 2013 and is looking forward to gaining more time on the mountain course.

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Team mate to William is Alan Oversby who has a good record in classic races at Manx Grand Prix and could well be on the podium in 350 classic TT. Roy Richardson is a road racing stalwart and will start one of the favourites for victory when competing on Martin Bullock Manxsport backed Aermacchi.

James Cowton is one of the fastest rising stars in road racing and third place finisher in this years lightweight TT is Honda mounted for classic TT where James could spring a big surprise or two.

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11 time TT winner Michael Dunlop isn’t best known for his classic racing exploits but you can never discount the road racing genius from securing another race win on the mountain course when competing on 350 Molnar Manx Norton.

Michael’s team mate Dan Cooper had a productive TT 2014 which included personal best 8th place finish in lightweight TT. Dan has the potential to achieve podium finish as does 2013 lightweight TT winner James Hillier.

James is Honda mounted competing for CSC racing and is all set to compete for second time at classic TT races. Experienced competitors Chris Mcgahan, Nigel Moore, Doug Snow, Ken Davis, Chris petty and third place finisher in 2013 lightweight Manx Grand Prix Alex Sinclair add further strength in depth to what is set to be a very closely fought race.

Dan Kneen clinched Irish road race superbike championship at Faugheen 50 road races and is in the best form of career, Dan competing on a 350 Honda could well record his first victory on the mountain course in 350 classic TT.

Keith Amor’s return to action in 2014 has being a undoubted success with 4th place finish in lightweight TT, 6th place finish in supersport TT race 2 and most recently super twin race victory at Armoy road races.

The flying Scotsman is competing on a Tony Dunnell backed Manx Norton and could well be a dark horse for victory. Leading 250 rider will win the Phil Read trophy and amongst the riders 250 mounted include classic racing specialist Bill Swallow, Tom Jackson, Karl Fox, Alan Bud Jackson, Jeff Ward and Billy Cummins.

Overall where all set for a entertaining 350 classic TT race where TT stars, rising stars and classic racing specialists will be bidding for victory.

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