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Davy Morgan To Pilot Variety Of Different Machinery Throughout 2016

2004 senior Manx Grand Prix winner Davy Morgan is all set to pilot a variety of different machinery, throughout the 2016 pure road racing season.

Superbike class sees Davy CBR 1000 Honda Fireblade mounted, as he bids for more top quality moments, in the marque class.

Supersport action in 2016 is set to see the open race winner at the Bush Road Races in 2010, piloting a YZF R6 Yamaha, plus a ZX10R Kawasaki rounds off his stable of machinery for the season.

His Honda, Yamaha and Kawasaki are all backed by Magic Bullet, the three machines are set to carry a striking black and orange colour scheme.

Although his full race schedule for the year is still to be announced, anticipated meetings for Davy include the season opening Mid Antrim 150, Tandragee 100, Cookstown 100, North West 200, TT 2016, Ulster Grand Prix and the Scarborough Gold Cup.

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TT 2016 marks 16 years since he made his Mountain Course debut at the Manx Grand Prix.

Over the years Davy has competed for multiple top teams at the most famous road race in the world, they include DMRR Honda, CSC Branson Racing and CMS Racing.

Having won the supersport 600 b race at the Southern 100 in 2015, one of pure road racing’s most popular competitors goes into this years roads action on the Isle of Man, in determined mood to record selection of first class results.

He is more than capable of been in contention for privateers championship victory, in 2010 he was runner up in the prestigious championship.

Known by many for his famous pink helmet, Davy is a great ambassador for pure road racing, his illustrious career is set to have more chapters added to it in 2016.

Words by Stevie Rial

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