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Manx Grand Prix 2015 – Super Twins Race Preview

One of pure road racing’s fastest rising stars Rhys Hardisty, is set to be amongst the favourites for super twins Manx Grand Prix victory.

Rhys has shown excellent form this season at Tandragee 100, Oliver’s Mount, Aberdare Park Road Races.

Recently in super twins class he finished fourth in opening super twins race during Cock Of The North Road Races at Oliver’s Mount.

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Martin Bullock Manxsport have a strong line up, which consists of David Lumsden and 2014 newcomers B winner Dean Osborne.

Both riders have the talent to seal results of the highest quality, as does Andy Farrell.

Runner up in last year’s super twins Manx GP, is piloting Brix Moto backed ER6 Kawasaki.

Andy has the proven pace and pure road racing craft to push for race victory.

One of the standout combinations for the race sees ninth place finisher in 2004 senior TT David Bell, competing on one of Ryan Farquhar’s top spec KMR Kawasaki’s.

David is in contention for top three placing, as is 2012 newcomers B winner, Andy Dudgeon.

Piloting Slick Bass backed ER6 Kawasaki, Andy showed top class form during the Southern 100, recording back to back fifth place finishes.

Rated highly by many, it wouldn’t be a surprise to many if he stands on the top step of the podium.

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Second and third place finishers in 2014 newcomers B race Barry Furber and Nick Anderson, both have the potential to push for podium finish or better.

The vast quality of the entry list is further proven by 1993 formula 1 TT winner Nick Jefferies, Rob Hodson, Thomas Gottschalk, Jason Markham, Martin Harrison, Ian Gardner, Niklas Pfeiffer and Jamie Hodson.

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Sam Johnson competing on SDJ Racing ER6 Kawasaki is confident of recording a notable result, as are Tom Robinson and Rad Hughes.

Derran Slous returns to action on the mountain course for the first time since 2007, Derran has the pedigree on the most famous road racing circuit in the world, to cause a surprise or two.

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More riders to watch out for include Blue Bear Racing’s Alan Cunningham, Keith Clarke, Gareth Evans, Murray Mcconnachie, Stephen Nathan, Les Miller, Ali Foster, Paul Birch and CF Moto mounted Bill Blythe.

Host of talented newcomers are entered, they include Mckinstry Racing’s James Chawke, Sean Connolly, Tommy Heaphy and Ryan Maher.

Rob Temple riding DP Coldplaning/TC Racing ER6 Kawasaki is tipped to impress as is Australia’s Royce Rowe 650 Ducati mounted, Victor Lopez, Sam Cross and Gary Vines.

2014 super twins Manx GP saw James Neesom victorious, James went onto show highly accomplished form at TT 2015.

Multiple riders are in contention for victory in this prestigious race as they aim to follow in the footsteps of James, Michael Russell and Nigel Moore in been a super twins Manx GP winner.

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