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Ivan Lintin Aiming To Make Good Progress In 2015 With RC Express Racing

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Ivan Lintin is aiming to make significant progress in 2015 with RC Express racing. The talented rider enjoyed in 2014 arguably his best year of road racing to date which culminated with six races at the 2014 Scarborough gold cup which included feature Steve Henshaw international gold cup race victory.

Next year is set to see Ivan compete on a full blown superbike for the first time and its a challenge that he is greatly looking forward to. The RC Express racing ZX10 Kawasaki is set to provide the fifth fastest rider in Oliver’s Mount history with a great chance of retaining the Steve Henshaw international gold cup trophy.

Plus at the Southern 100 Ivan is confident of another top showing at the friendly races where in 2014 he chalked up his first win in opening super twins race at the road race which celebrates its 60th anniversary of racing in 2015.

Regarded by many as one of the best super twin riders in road racing Ivan feels that one of the reasons he enjoys competing on the 650’s so much is cause of the precise riding style needed to extract the maximum out of the highly regarded race bikes.

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Without a doubt the two time super twins Ulster Grand Prix race winner will start amongst the favourites for lightweight TT glory in 2015 where RC Express racing will be looking to make it back to back lightweight TT victories.

2014 has seen many riders in road racing go up a level proving they have the potential to become multiple time international road race winners, Ivan Lintin is amongst them. Ivan’s 2015 road racing season begins at the spring cup national road races where the highly anticipated combination of the 2014 Duke road race rankings championship runner up and RC Express racing is set to spring into road racing action.

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