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Kramer Motorcycles Announce Manx GP Plans, Join Forces With Event Returnee Sarah Boyes

In the latest positive news for this years Manx GP races, Kramer Motorcycles will make the trip to Manx shores this August, to compete in the three lap Ultra Lightweight races.

The German company, who have enjoyed great success with Noel Williamson Racing’s Shaun Anderson, 2019 Manx GP project sees them join forces with Anderson’s partner, two stroke stalwart Sarah Boyes.

A seasoned event exponent, Boyes meeting CV includes an 11th place finish within the 2011 Newcomers B race, plus a very creditable 17th place finish in the Lightweight class encounter from 2017.

Looking forward to piloting this August the 690 Super Mono Kramer steed, the popular, highly respected racer who hails from York, recently stated:

“I am really grateful for this opportunity that Markus (Kramer) has given me. The bike suits me to the ground being so light and small, it’s a real pleasure to ride and I think it has great potential in the Ultra Lightweight class.

I had to sit out last years Manx Grand Prix due to lack of finances, and I did begin to wonder if I would ever get back again.

However with ARD (Anderson Race Developments) Racing, who have worked extremely hard to give me the chance to return to the island and hopefully achieve my goals, I can’t thank them enough. I honestly can’t wait to be back there again come August.”

Words by Stevie Rial

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