Gary Johnson Links Up With GB Moto Racing For TT 2015


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Gary Johnson is linking up with GB moto racing for TT 2015. The 2014 supersport TT race 2 winner has proved in recent years why he is considered one of the leading road racers in the world.

Alongside supersport TT race 2 success 2014 has seen “aka driver” secure series of good results at Vauxhall international North West 200 which included third place finish in supersport race two.

The 2014 Macau Grand Prix saw Gary finish in highly creditable fourth position not far away from recording his second podium finish at the iconic road race following an excellent all round performance on Quattro Plant backed CBR 1000 Honda Fireblade.

GB moto racing haven’t competed yet at the Isle of Man TT but they bring with them a great racing pedigree having in recent years enjoyed top results in British superbike championship. They are excited about their first year of competition at the worlds greatest road race and are confident of pushing for victories in superbike and senior TT races.

Ever since making his TT debut back in 2007 Gary Johnson always looked at home on the mountain course. His fantastic TT record so far includes two wins, podium finishes in superbike, superstock and senior races alongside lapping at over 130.4 mph.


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Tipped by many to be in contention for big bike race victories at TT 2015 Gary goes into next years Isle of Man TT with top spec machinery competing on world superbike spec ZX10 Kawasaki with backing from Kawasaki UK.

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