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Jamie Coward’s Excellent Rebuilding Year

Jamie Coward has enjoyed an excellent rebuilding year in pure road racing, having recovered from injuries sustained in crash at Tandragee 100 in 2014.

Stand out moments from this year have included fifth place finish in super twins race two at Vauxhall International North West 200, classic superbike success during Cock Of The North Road Races, sixth place finish in formula 1 classic TT.

His return to the Isle of Man TT, saw him show highly accomplished form, around the mountain course.

Highly creditable 23rd place finish in RST superbike TT was backed up by 17th place finish in opening Monster Energy supersport race, on Barnes Racing R6 Yamaha.

This was followed by propelling RJP Racing CBR 1000 Honda Fireblade, to 22nd place finish in Royal London 360 superstock race.

Race week ended in positive fashion with 18th position in lightweight TT on Trevor Scott Racing 550 Aprilia, plus another 22nd position this time in the blue riband Pokerstars senior TT.

Most recently the third place finisher in 2013 500 classic TT, was in action at the prestigious Scarborough Gold Cup.

Piloting Mistral Racing ZXR 750 Kawasaki, he secured victory in opening classic superbike encounter, which was backed up with second place finish in race two.

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Since making his pure road race debut, at 2010 Manx Grand Prix, Jamie Coward has gone onto establish himself amongst multiple riders, capable of becoming international road race winners.

For 2016 Jamie looks set to compete on BMW machinery for the first time in superbike, superstock and senior races at TT 2016, alongside competition at selected Oliver’s Mount meetings, Southern 100, North West 200.

Jamie is also planning on competing in supersport class next season, it’s a class which has seen him in recent years excel, claiming many a notable scalp or two.

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