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Peter Hickman Looking Forward To Making His Macau Grand Prix Debut

Peter Hickman is looking forward to making his Macau Grand Prix debut. Peter at the 2014 Vauxhall international North West 200 was leading newcomer following series of impressive performances which included 9th place finish in opening superstock race.

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TT 2014 would prove to be a hugely memorable one for Hicky who secured eighth place finish in superstock TT finishing in front of 21 times TT winner John McGuinness. The rider competing for Ice Valley racing by Motorsave ltd would go onto enjoy a more than productive senior TT.

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11th place finish was achieved but the main highlight of the race was lapping at 129.104 mph on the final lap, this made Peter the quickest Isle of Man TT newcomer in history.

This years Ulster Grand Prix saw Peter finish again leading newcomer as he recorded string of top quality results which included fifth place finish in feature superbike race finishing second BMW mounted rider home.

Peter lapped at over 131 mph during the Dundrod 150 superbike race which made him the quickest Ulster Grand Prix newcomer in history. The rider tipped to become in the future a TT winner holds the unique feat of been the fastest TT and Ulster Grand Prix newcomer of all time, a unique achievement.

All eyes will be on Peter at Macau to see if he can make it four of four in terms of been leading newcomer at all the international road races which he has competed in this season.

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