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    Manx GP Top 6: Erik Kjuus

    In recent years Norway’s only Mountain Course exponent, the ambitious Erik Kjuus is the next racer to take part in Road Racing News rising in popularity, Manx GP Top 6 series. A top thirty finisher within the Senior MGP of 2017, his answers to the Mountain Course themed set of questions are as follows: Q1: […]

    Kjuus Hoping To Provide Norwegian Presence At TT 2020

    Hoping to provide a Norwegian presence at this year’s TT Races, Erik Kjuus has revealed recently his intention to make the step up to TT affiliated competition. Presently his nations sole competitor on the mythical, fabled Mountain Course, the last five years have seen him secure an abundance of creditable results at the Manx Grand […]

    Norway’s Kjuus Plotting Maiden TT, North West 200, Ulster GP Appearances

    Hoping to provide a Norwegian presence this year at the TT, North West 200 and MCE Insurance Ulster Grand Prix, Erik Kjuus is planning to compete for the first time at the ‘Big Three’ International roads events. Presently his nations only competitor on the fabled Mountain Course, his team for this season has elected to […]

    Ten Questions Challenge – Erik Kjuus

    Presently Norway’s only solo Mountain Course competitor, the ambitious Erik Kjuus is the next rider to take part in Road Racing News, ten questions challenge. Erik’s answers to the popular series of questions, are as follows: Q1: Favourite National Roads Meeting? “I have only raced at 2, I’d say the Mountain Course is my favourite.” […]

    2017 Manx Grand Prix: Erik Kjuus Jumps Up A Level

    Jumping up a level around the Mountain Course, Norway’s Erik Kjuus enjoyed his most timultious Manx GP campaign to date, which culminated in an excellent 30th place finish in yesterday’s Senior race. Competition on Friday afternoon also saw him on the fourth and final lap, set a new personal best lap speed of 116.164 mph […]

    Norway’s Only Mountain Course Competitor Erik Kjuus

    At this moment in time, Norway’s only competitor around the most famous road racing circuit in the world, the Mountain Course, is Erik Kjuus. Erik is planning this year to compete for the third time, at the Manx Grand Prix. His Manx GP record to date has yielded a top 50 finish in the 2015 […]

    Erik Kjuus Manx Grand Prix Mission

    Having thoroughly enjoyed his first two weeks of competition on the mountain course, at the 2015 Manx Grand Prix, Erik Kjuus is hugely looking forward to returning to the iconic meeting next year. Erik is on a mission to in the future become the first rider from Norway to win a Manx GP race. His […]

    Stats: Quickest IRRC Hengelo Racers Per Nation

    Next event, roads course to feature in Road Racing News, fastest racers per nation series is the IRRC (International Road Racing Championship) Hengelo meeting. During recent days I’ve compiled a list of the fastest IRRC Hengelo pilots ranging from Germany to Switzerland to Norway to Finland to Poland to Estonia. Photo by Robby Repsol The […]

    Classic TT/Manx GP: Organisers Confirm Thursday Afternoon Practice Schedule, Wednesday Evening Practice Session Abandoned

    As predicted by many, tonight’s Manx GP/Classic TT practice session has been cancelled due to more inclement weather immersing itself upon the Mountain Course. Whilst another practice session has been lost to the weather, the forecast for Thursday looks much more promising and with a full day of practice action planned, competitors are certain to […]

    Classic TT/Manx Grand Prix: Monday Practice Results Wrap Up

    Full wrap up of results from tonight’s Classic TT/Manx Grand Prix practice session, which saw the legend that is Bruce Anstey make a quite memorable return to Mountain Course affiliated competition. Monday evening practice results per class, are as follows: Lightweight Classic TT: 1 Bruce Anstey 116.277 2 Dean Harrison 114.280 3 Ian Lougher 112.586 […]

    2019 Manx Grand Prix: Preview – Part 2 – Junior/Senior Races

    Looking towards the Junior/Senior races at the 2019 Manx Grand Prix, at least 10 or more riders in my opinion have a great chance of scooping race victories. On course last year for Newcomers A honours, before mechanical gremlins struck, Chris Preston Racing’s Nathan Harrison is highly fancied by many to stand on the top […]