Greenall Racing have a high quality rider line up for the upcoming Superbike Classic TT.
2013 lightweight TT winner James Hillier remains in the teams fold for the third successive year, whilst Terlicko Road Races grand final winner Horst Saiger competes for the second time for the impressive outfit.
Piloting pretty much identical ZXR 750 Kawasaki’s, both riders are more than capable of securing a result of the highest quality, although more expectation will likely be on James Hillier’s shoulders, given his proven Mountain Course pedigree.
Photo by Louis Porter
Amongst the leading teams running Kawasaki machinery in this years Superbike Classic TT, don’t be surprised to see them enjoying the taste of champagne courtesy of at least a podium finish.
Obviously the competition will be tough to get on the podium, as they compete against the likes of Team Classic Suzuki, Mistral Racing, Valvoline Racing by Padgetts Motorcycles, Team York Suzuki and Silicone Engineering Racing.
The popular outfit though goes into competition around the magical TT Races course, in determined mood to finish in front of many of their acclaimed fellow competitors.
Alongside the Superbike Classic TT, Greenall Racing are also set to compete in the Junior and Senior races, as they run Steve Ferguson on 350 and 500 Honda’s.
With under 20 days to go till the 2016 Classic TT practice sessions begin, anticipation is high within the Greenall Racing camp.
Overall it’s difficult to predict how successful the meeting will be for them, but one things for sure they will be giving it everything in pursuit of more classic results on the Isle of Man.
Words by Stevie Rial