Rhys Hardisty is one to watch on the mountain course in 2016.
The third place finisher in this years formula 2 classic TT, has been in terrific form all season. 2015 Manx Grand Prix saw him further enhance his reputation as been amongst pure road racing’s fastest rising stars.
Rhys propelled M&D Cycles backed R6 Yamaha to 14th place finish in junior race, this was followed by excellent 12th place finish in blue riband senior race, as he finished second Yamaha mounted rider.
Currently 25th in Duke Road Race Rankings championship, Rhys is still to decide on whether to compete again at Manx Grand Prix next year or compete for the first time at the Isle of Man TT.
He has the proven pure road racing craft, to be in contention for top quality results at either the Manx GP or TT Races.
A rider determined to become one of the sport’s leading competitors, Rhys Hardisty already in his short pure road racing career to date has showcased his potential to in the future become an international road race winner.