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Attentions Turn To Senior Manx Grand Prix

Attentions are turning to the senior Manx Grand Prix, as multiple riders bid for victory, in one of pure road racing’s most iconic races.

Junior Manx GP winner Billy Redmayne starts amongst the firm favourites, on Martin Bullock Manxsport GSX-R 750 Suzuki.


Rob Hodson on the PRF Racing GSX-R 750 Suzuki, is tipped by many for victory, as is Silicone Engineering Racing’s Malachi Mitchell Thomas.

675 Daytona Triumph mounted Tom Weeden and David Sellers, are both capable of standout results.

As are Andy Farrell, Davey Lambert, Paul Smyth, Glenn Harrison, Derran Slous and 2012 newcomers b winner Andy Dudgeon.

Newcomers to watch out for include Peter Wilkinson, Neil Kernohan, Steven Procter, Don Gilbert, Dan Anderson and PRF Racing’s Dean Court.

Over the years we’ve seen multiple pure road racing stars victorious in senior Manx GP, which include Ryan Farquhar, Michael Russell, Mark Parrett, Davy Morgan, John Simpson and Andrew Soar.

Tomorrow is set to see a new winner of this prestigious race, on the most famous of all road race circuits, the mountain course.

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