Neil Kernohan is all set to make his Manx Grand Prix debut.
Most recently the Logan Racing rider showed strong form at Armoy Road Races, throughout the 250 race he showed impressive pace as he battled against 11 times TT winner Michael Dunlop, Sam Wilson, reigning Duke Road Race Rankings champion James Cowton.
Photo by Baylon McCaughey
Supersport races saw R6 Yamaha mounted Neil secure 19th and 14th place finishes, he currently holds 24th position in the Irish road race supersport championship standings.
Irish road race 250 championship sees Neil hold championship lead by 16 points over his nearest challenger Tommy Henry, Neil has this season recorded 250 race victories at Tandragee 100, Kells Road Races.
The runner up in 2014 Irish road race senior support championship is tipped by many, to adapt quickly to the most iconic of all pure road racing circuits, the mountain course.
Neil has the roads pedigree to be amongst the front runners in 2015 newcomers A Manx Grand Prix, he is hugely looking forward to his first competitive pure road race action in the Isle of Man.