Martin Jessopp Aiming To Surprise During 2014 Macau Grand Prix

Martin Jessopp is aiming to surprise during the 2014 Macau Grand Prix as he bids to end his 2014 road racing season in top style. The two time Macau Grand Prix runner up in 2011 and 2012 has enjoyed this year highly creditable results at the Vauxhall international North West 200 plus has had a productive Isle of Man TT debut.

The North West 200 provided Martin competing on Riders motorcycles S1000RR BMW with 4th place finish in opening superstock race following a highly accomplished performance throughout. Super twins race saw him ER6 Kawasaki mounted competing for VRS racing, back to back seventh place finishes where secured after two determined performances.

Feature superbike race saw seventh position acquired, following series of good quality results around the triangle attentions then turned to Martin’s TT debut.


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Dainese superbike TT would see 26th position secured finishing second newcomer in the race, 27th place finish was achieved in superstock race after a tenacious ride on Riders motorcycles S1000RR BMW.

But the highlight of TT 2014 for Martin came in the lightweight TT where he recorded highly respectable 11th position on VRS racing ER6 Kawasaki. Quickest lap speed of TT 2014 for the rider considered by many to be a future TT podium finisher was 123.474 mph.


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Already twice second place finisher at the Macau Grand Prix Martin will be aiming to go one place better this year at a road race which he thoroughly competes at.

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