Callum Laidlaw and Dunlop Racing are joining forces, for the 2016 pure road racing season.
Ambitious rider Callum is set to next year return to Cookstown 100, Tandragee 100, Armoy Road Races, world’s fastest road race the Ulster Grand Prix.
He’s also planning to return to the mountain course, to compete for the second time at TT Races.
2014 saw Callum make his Isle of Man TT debut, main highlights of his first two weeks competition at the most famous road race in the world, included lapping in excess of 115 mph.
Plus finishing a highly respectable 33rd in lightweight TT, following battling display on CF Moto machinery.
TT 2016 is set to see Callum in action in supersport, lightweight races, as he bids to seal series of top quality results.
2015 has seen Skoot show highly accomplished from in clinching, 11th place finish in Ulster Grand Prix super twins race, 10th and 11 place finishes in super twin encounters at Southern 100, plus 17th place finish in solo championship.
Callum is delighted to be competing for Dunlop Racing next year, he has the core pure road racing talent, to cause many a surprise or two in 2016.