Jamie Hodson is looking forward to the 2015 Manx Grand Prix.
The eighth place finisher in 2014 super twins Manx GP, is bidding for top class results in junior, super twin, senior races.
Junior and senior races sees Jamie competing on the same R6 Yamaha that his dad Jim competed on during TT 2015. The bike is been run in pink colours to raise awareness for Cancer Research UK.
For the super twins race the rider who made his debut on the mountain course in 2012, is piloting 18 hundred club/JGH Racing ER6 Kawasaki.
Speaking about his aims for the 2015 Manx Grand Prix, Jamie said:
” I am looking forward to it all starting now and can’t believe how quickly it has come around again. I am hoping to be pushing for some good results all being well in all 3 races.”
With competitive machinery and added experience of the most famous road racing circuit in the world, Jamie Hodson is more than capable of sealing standout results during this years Manx GP.