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Jamie Williams Set To Make Manx Grand Prix Debut

Jamie Williams is set to make his Manx Grand Prix debut next year.

2015 has seen Jamie compete on the roads for the first time, first time competing at Southern 100 saw him seal 24th place finish in second supersport race, plus highly creditable 12th place finish in senior consolation support race.

69th Scarborough Gold Cup marked his debut around Oliver’s Mount. CBR 600 Honda mounted Jamie recorded ninth and seventh place finishes in David Jefferies cup B final races, whilst Steve Henshaw international gold cup b final saw top 15 placing achieved.

Jamie is all set to return to Oliver’s Mount in 2016, plus competition at post TT races, Southern 100, selected rounds of the Irish road race championship are all in the planning.

One of the most momentous moments next year for Jamie, will be competing for the first time on the mountain course.

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He’s set to compete for his own team JLG Racing, during the 2016 Manx Grand Prix.

It’s a landmark in every pure road racer’s career, competing for the first time on the road race circuit, which has over the years provided many a magical moment.

Jamie Williams, has the pure road racing experience, to adapt quickly to the mountain course, don’t be surprised to see him in contention for podium finish in newcomers A Manx GP.

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