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Paul Owen’s Team 98 Looking Forward To TT 2015

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Paul Owen’s team 98 are looking forward to TT 2015. Having retired from competing at the Isle of Man TT Paul is still going to run the team 98 R6 Yamaha on the mountain course next year as Paul’s great friend Phil Harvey is set to compete on it in both supersport TT races.

Phil is regarded by many as one of the leading 250 riders in pure road racing but the 2012 Lee Pullan trophy winner at the Scarborough gold cup has proved he is more than capable of top quality results in the ultra competitive supersport 600 class.

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TT 2014 saw Phil R6 Yamaha mounted as he went onto secure highly respectable 40th and 31st place finishes in both Monster energy supersport TT races. One of the highlights of the talented rider’s road racing career was his third place finish on CSC Branson racing backed RS250 Honda in 2011 super twins Manx Grand Prix.

Another highlight has been third position in 250 race in 2009 at the North West 200. Phil has been team mates with Paul Owen at the last three TT’s and for 2015 both are looking forward to returning to the most famous road racing circuit in the world, Paul as team manager and Phil competing on Paul’s team 98 R6 Yamaha.

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