Colin Stephenson Targeting TT, North West 200, Ulster Grand Prix Returns

Colin Stephenson Targeting TT, North West 200, Ulster Grand Prix Returns

Fourth place finisher in the 2013 super twins Manx Grand Prix Colin Stephenson is targeting returns to the North West 200, Ulster Grand Prix and TT Races.

Supersport races around the Triangle, Dundrod and Mountain Course are set to see him piloting his own teams YZF R6 Yamaha.

He is currently on the lookout for top quality machinery for the superstock and superbike races at the opening three international meets of the season, as he bids for series of results of the highest nature.

Alongside his superb fourth place finish in the 2013 super twins Manx Grand Prix, further stand out moments of Colin’s roads career to date have included seventeenth position in the 2014 lightweight TT.

Plus top ten placing in the race of legends at Armoy in 2014, series of highly creditable results at the Southern 100, top five finishes at the Tandragee 100 in supersport, open races and lapping in excess of 120 mph on his teams R6 Yamaha at the Isle of Man TT.


Since making his pure road racing debut at the Manx Grand Prix in 2012, recording third place finish in the newcomers B race, Colin has developed into been amongst the rising stars between the hedges.

Determined to become in the future, an international road race podium finisher, Colin goes into this season aiming for multiple momentous feats.

He has the proven pace to be in contention for collection of authoritative finishes, not just at the international’s but also at the likes of the Southern 100, Armoy and Cookstown 100.

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