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Dan Kneen Battling Back To Fitness Ahead Of 2014 Macau Grand Prix

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Dan Kneen is battling back to fitness ahead of the 2014 Macau Grand Prix. The Cookstown Burrows engineering racing rider has enjoyed without a doubt the best season so far of his road racing career.

Which has included grand final race victory at Cookstown 100, open and grand final race wins at Tandragee 100, personal best lap speed of 129.360 mph in this years senior TT plus highly creditable seventh place finish in superstock TT.

The Kells road races provided him with even more standout results which included open and grand final race victories following scintillating performances on Cookstown Burrows engineering racing GSX-R 1000 Suzuki. Southern 100 would provide Dan with four top three finishes including second place finish in senior race leading home 11 times TT winner Michael Dunlop.

Following Southern 100 the season has just got better and better for Dan with grand final race win at Walderstown road races, top three finish in race of legends at Armoy road races, hat trick of wins at Faugheen 50 road races and his first international road race win at the Ulster Grand Prix.

His debut international road race win came in arguably one of the best races of the season having edged out Dean Harrison by 0.001 of a second at the end of a thrilling superstock race. Unfortunately Dan was involved in three rider incident on the opening lap of supersport race 1 which ruled him out of action for Killalane road races but the 2014 Irish road race superbike champion foot’s injury is gradually getting better all the time as he bids to compete at the 2014 Macau Grand Prix.

One Comment

  1. Neill Cleverley

    September 24, 2014 at 10:38 pm

    Go show em how to do it young fella.best of luck from an old manxie.

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