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Sarolea Aiming For Change In Fortunes

Sarolea are aiming for a firm change in fortunes at TT 2017, having had what can only be described as a pretty torrid time, at this years TT Races.

Following a wide variety of problems, the SP7 Sarolea’s intended to be piloted by Lee Johnston and Dean Harrison, would ultimately not compete in the one lap SES TT Zero race.

Confident in the potential of Sarolea’s electric stead, Dean Harrison has re signed for the bike manufacturer from Belgium, for competition in the ninth TT Zero encounter, during TT 2017.



In recent years we have seen Mugen absolutely dominate the TT Zero class. The innovative electric race at the TT Races, is in my opinion in need of increased competition to the Japanese giants, who are set to next year once again run 23 times TT winner John McGuinness.

Sarolea have the undoubted determination to become TT Zero winners, in the future.

With their proven research and development, innovation skills and great enthusiasm, you can’t discount them from contending for the top step of the podium at TT 2017.

Words by Stevie Rial

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