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James Cowton Ends 2015 Pure Road Racing Season With Star Quality Results

James Cowton ended his 2015 pure road racing season with multiple star quality results, during the Scarborough Gold Cup.

Supersport races saw James clinch back to back fifth place finishes, on his own teams CBR 600 Honda, as he showcased his proven pace around Oliver’s Mount.


Sixth place finish was secured in cock of the north A final, as the reigning Duke Road Race Rankings champion finished leading supersport 600 mounted competitor.

Another sixth place finish was achieved in the prestigious Steve Henshaw international gold cup, having battled throughout against mount specialist Mick Goodings.

Arguably main highlights of the meeting where in super twin races, as James piloting Ken Dobson Racing ER6 Kawasaki, sealed third and second place finishes.

It’s been another top class year of pure road racing, for the rider regarded by many as a TT winner in the making.


Alongside fourth place finish in lightweight TT, James has produced first class display’s a plenty at Southern 100, Ulster Grand Prix, Barry Sheene Festival powered by Suzuki, plus setting a new lap record for formula 2 class at classic TT.

Looking to 2016 James is tipped to be BMW mounted for superbike, superstock races, at North West 200, Ulster Grand Prix and TT 2016.

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