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High Quality Line Up Of Machinery For James Cowton At TT 2015

2014 Duke road race rankings champion James Cowton is all set to compete on high quality machinery in superbike, supersport, superstock, tt zero, lightweight and senior races.

For superbike, superstock and senior races James is set to compete on PRB Racing S1000RR BMW. Rob Barber’s teams BMW is a proven machine on the roads, at the 2012 Dundrod 150 races Rob lapped in the 129 mph bracket on ultra rapid super stocker.

The hugely competitive supersport races are set to see the reigning Ulster Grand Prix 250 race winner compete on his own teams CBR 600 Honda.

Most recently at Cookstown 100 James secured fine fourth place finish in supersport invitational race finishing only under half a second off second place finish.

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This years lightweight TT sees James competing on Stewart Smith Racing’s top spec ER6 Kawasaki.

Spring Cup National Road Races saw the third place finisher in 2014 lightweight TT victorious in opening super twins race following a supreme display around Oliver’s Mount.

Plus having broken the super twins lap record at Cookstown 100 James goes into lightweight TT amongst the pre race favourites in what is set to be a hugely compelling race.

TT 2015 is set to mark James debut in TT zero class. He is set to compete for the Brunel University team as he competes against the likes of John McGuinness and Bruce Anstey on the Mugen’s, Robert Wilson, Shaun Anderson and Daley Mathison.

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Before TT 2015 James is all set for competition at Vauxhall International North West 200.

With top quality machinery in superbike, supersport and super twin races which comprises of BMW, Honda and Kawasaki machinery James is more than capable of pushing for podium placing’s around the triangle.

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Regarded by many as a TT winner in the making the hugely talented rider is tipped by many to enjoy a tremendous two weeks competition at the most famous road race in the world this year which is set to mark his second year of competition on the mountain course.

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