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Satisfactory TT 2015 For James Cowton

James Cowton showed his undoubted pure road racing talent at TT 2015 as he recorded series of high quality results.

RST superbike race was first on the horizon, the reigning Duke road race rankings champion piloting PRB Racing S1000RR BMW finished a highly respectable 26th.

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Next up was opening Monster Energy supersport TT which would prove to be highly productive for the 2014 Ulster Grand Prix 250 race winner.

James went onto finish in 18th place following a highly accomplished display on PRB Racing’s CBR 600 Honda.

Second Monster Energy supersport TT saw excellent 16th place finish secured as one of road racing’s fastest rising stars showcased his ability around the mountain course.

The 2015 lightweight TT was without a doubt the main highlight of TT 2015 for James. Competing on Stewart Smith Racing ER6 Kawasaki he showed world class form to finish a fine fourth.

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Only one race was left at TT 2015 for James, the biggest of them all the Pokerstars senior TT.

Following another top class performance he finished a very creditable 20th on PRB Racing S1000RR BMW.

With new personal best lap speed of 125.213 mph, three top 20 finishes, fourth place finish in lightweight TT, it’s been overall a satisfactory TT 2015 for James Cowton.

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Following TT 2015 James was victorious in 600 and 650 races at post TT races at Billown, following this he’s now up to second in the current standings in 2015 Duke road race rankings championship.

Regarded by many as a TT winner in the making it can’t be long till James secures his first race win at the Isle of Man TT.

Next pure road racing action coming up for the 2014 Duke road race rankings champion is at the Barry Sheene Festival Powered by Suzuki at Oliver’s Mount.

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