Junior Manx Grand Prix winner Billy Redmayne is planning for the 2016 pure road racing season.
Regarded by many as one pure road racing’s fastest rising stars, Billy is set to make his TT Races debut next year.
He has the proven pace on the mountain course, to seal top quality results in superbike, supersport, superstock and senior races.
Plus potentially 2016 could see Billy make his debut at the world’s fastest road race, the Ulster Grand Prix.
Returns to North West 200, Southern 100, Armoy Road Races and Oliver’s Mount are all also in the planning.
Billy’s 2015 pure road racing campaign is set to conclude at the Wanganui Road Races, in New Zealand.
He’s all set to pilot Biggles Racing ZX6R Kawasaki, as he targets results of the highest quality in supersport races.
The rider who has lapped the mountain course at 121.523 mph, is currently on the lookout for sponsors for next season.
He has the undoubted talent to be in contention for stand out finishes next year, at all international road races, in particular when competing for the first time, at TT Races.