James Hillier is confirmed to compete for Quattro Plant Muc Off Kawasaki next year, at North West 200 and the Isle of Man TT.
The 2013 lightweight TT winner has proved this year why many believe, he will soon become a senior TT winner.
Third place finish in RST superbike race, highly accomplished display’s in Monster Energy supersport races, second place finish in lightweight race plus new lap record of 120.848 mph, where amongst most iconic moments of TT 2015 for him.
Arguably though it was in blue riband Pokerstars senior TT, where James showcased his elite quality around the mountain course.
He finished a superb second, lapping on lap four at 132.414 mph, which at present makes him the third fastest rider in TT history.
Ever since making his TT debut in 2008, James Hillier has gone from strength to strength at TT Races.
TT 2016 is set to see him once again amongst leading Kawasaki mounted competitors in superbike, supersport, superstock, lightweight and senior races.