Its set to be an enterprising TT 2015 for James Cowton.
The reigning Duke road race rankings champion is set to compete on PRB Racing’s S1000RR BMW in superbike, superstock and senior races.
Whilst supersport races are set to see him competing on his own teams CBR 600 Honda, lightweight race sees James competing on Stewart Smith Racing’s proven ER6 Kawasaki.
Plus the 2012 newcomers c Manx Grand Prix winner will be making his TT zero race debut as he competes for Brunel University.
Most recently James endured a challenging Vauxhall International North West 200.
Despite suffering a crash in super twins qualifying session James went through the pain barrier to secure highly creditable 17th place finish in second superstock race.
Photo by Rod Neill
Third place finisher in 2014 lightweight TT showed great form on PRB Racing S1000RR BMW and is tipped by many to secure high quality results on the bike which Rob Barber lapped the Ulster Grand Prix in the 129 mph bracket.
Regarded by many as a TT winner in the making James Cowton is one of the fastest rising road racing stars competing at this years Isle of Man TT.
TT 2015 is set to mark his fifth year of competition on the mountain course.
With top class machinery and added experience on the most famous road racing circuit in the world James has to be in contention for TT privateers championship victory and for standout results in superbike, supersport, superstock, TT zero, lightweight, senior races.