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Super Twin Manx Grand Prix Preview

Going into 2014 Manx Grand Prix Ben Rea has being excited about super twin race where he will be competing on CMS racing ER6 Kawasaki. 2013 newcomers C winner Ben is confident of a top result in super twins race which is set to be contested at the front by many as they all battle for the taste of victory on the mountain course.

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Rad Hughes on his own teams ER6 Kawasaki has being in good form this season and the rider who achieved top 15 finish in 2013 super twin Manx Grand Prix will be aiming for a personal best result.

Mike Minns and Andy Farrell have both being Manx Grand Prix podium finishers and are competing on rapid ER6 Kawasaki’s. Andy is backed by full factory winners wear whilst Mike is backed by Merlin sidecars and Ian Bell motorcycles.

Rob Hodson and Jamie Hodson sons of experienced Isle of Man TT competitor Jim Hodson are both dark horses for podium finishes in super twins race competing as many in the race on ER6 Kawasaki’s. Joe Phillips second place finisher in 2011 super twin Manx Grand Prix is another rider more than capable of being on the podium.

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James Neesom has impressed mant this year at Oliver’s Mount competing on Centurion windows backed ER6 Kawasaki, James competing for second time at the Manx has a golden opportunity to acquire a top three finish.

Eddie Venn and Ali Foster are both greatly looking forward to making their MGP debuts, plus both of them are set to compete in super twins Manx Grand Prix where many newcomers will be aiming to make a further name for themselves on the mountain course.

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Nick Anderson competing for RMDK Kawasaki looks set to be one of the leading newcomers home. Nick has secured in last couple of years a host of consistent, solid and top results around Oliver’s Mount.

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Jack Hunter is looking forward to competing on Blue Bear racing ER6 Kawasaki at this years MGP. Jack has a bright future ahead of him in road racing and theres no doubt he is set to impress on his debut at the most famous road racing circuit in the world. Blue bear racing team mate Stephen Cobbald is a experienced competitor and like Jack has every opportunity to be one of the leading newcomers.

Aaron League is all set to become the youngest rider from America to compete at Manx Grand Prix. Aaron regarded as one of the leading super twin riders in America is competing for Rea racing on a SV650 Suzuki and looks set to be one of the leading Suzuki mounted riders.

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