Reigning Super Twins Manx Grand Prix Winner Targets Strong TT Races Campaign

Reigning Super Twins Manx Grand Prix Winner Targets Strong TT Races Campaign

Reigning super twins Manx Grand Prix winner James Neesom is targeting a strong 2015 TT races campaign.

James who made his debut on the mountain course at the 2013 Manx Grand Prix is set to be ZX6 Kawasaki mounted for supersport races at TT 2015 whilst superbike, superstock and senior races are set to see him ZX10 Kawasaki mounted.

The 2014 road racing season for “Kneesdown” was a hugely successful one. Amongst the highlights included third place finishes in supersport races at the Barry Sheene road race festival at Oliver’s Mount.


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In recent years James has secured a growing collection of top results around the mount, most recently at the 2014 Scarborough gold cup he achieved fifth place finish in opening supersport race finishing in front of Isle of Man TT lap record holder and road racing legend Bruce Anstey.

But the main highlight of last season was winning the 2014 super twins Manx Grand Prix. Competing on Centurion windows backed ER6 Kawasaki James produced a tremendous all round performance in what was without a doubt the main moment of his road racing career to date.


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Having already lapped at close to 118 mph after only two years of competition on the most famous road racing circuit in the world James is excited about his first years action at the Isle of Man TT.

In recent years we have seen Ivan Lintin, James Cowton, Dave Moffitt and Michael Sweeney all move up to TT races recording excellent results, James has every chance of doing the same at TT 2015 as he competes on Kawasaki machinery.

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