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Keith Amor Pushing For TT Success

Keith Amor is pushing for Isle of Man TT success as he competes on Rig Deluge road racing CBR 600 Honda and S1000RR BMW’s in superbike, supersport, superstock, senior races.

TT 2015 marks nine years since Keith made his TT debut, since TT 2007 the three time international road race winner has been a consistent front runner recording many a star quality result.


Which includes third place finish in 2009 superstock TT, third place finish in 2010 supersport TT race 2 and personal best TT finish of second position in opening supersport race at TT 2011.

Plus Keith is one of currently only 14 riders to have lapped in the 130 mph bracket around the mountain course.

The Rig Deluge road racing team is managed by Keith who doubles up as team manager/rider for the brand new road racing outfit.


One of the main positive moments for the flying Scotsman at the Vauxhall International North West 200 was securing excellent fifth place finish in second supersport race.

Wednesday night’s practice session at TT 2015 saw Keith immediately on the pace as he set highly creditable lap speed of 125.487 mph to finish tenth fastest in superbike practice.

Superstock practice would see S1000RR BMW mounted Keith show more excellent pace following lap speed of 123.214 mph.


Tonight’s practice session is set to be another highly productive one for the rider who is more than capable of securing his first race win on the most famous of all road racing circuit’s at this years Isle of Man TT.

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