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Frank Gallagher Aiming For Change In Fortunes At TT 2017

Frank Gallagher is aiming for a change in fortunes at TT 2017, having in recent years been involved in incidents on the Mountain Course, which have curtailed his race week challenges.

Outside of the TT Races, Frank has produced impressive performances a plenty over the last two years.

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In 2016 piloting the Zest Legal backed ZX10R Kawasaki, he showed accomplished form, wrapping up many a first class result, which included a top five finish at the Spring Cup National Road Races at Oliver’s Mount.

His second Southern 100 campaign would yield series of highly respectable results, this included eighth place finishes in the Ellan Vannin Fuels Senior and Island Aggregates Superbike encounters.

Arguably his most prodigious moment to date on the roads, was at Billown in 2014, when on his debut at the iconic venue he won the Supersport B race.

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It’s the Mountain Course though where Frank, in years to come is determined to establish himself as a top draw TT Races competitor.

Subject to entry confirmation, his TT 2017 challenge is set to see him ZX10R Kawasaki mounted for the RST Superbike, Royal London 360 Quantum Superstock and Pokerstars Senior Races.

Whilst the Monster Energy Supersport encounters, sees him pilot for the first time at the most famous road race in the world, 675 Daytona Triumph machinery.

Words by Stevie Rial

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