Tom Weeden is tipped by many for top class results, during the 2015 Manx Grand Prix.
This years Manx GP Marks Tom’s third time competing on the mountain course, for junior and senior races he is 675 Daytona Triumph mounted, carrying start number 21.
Recently at the Cock Of The North Road Races, the rising road racing star showed highly impressive form in opening supersport race.
Following a superb all round performance, Tom went onto finish an excellent third, as he showed his proven pace around Oliver’s Mount.
The 2014 Manx Grand Prix saw Tom secure highly creditable 32nd place finish, as he finished second Triumph mounted competitor in the four lap race.
His current personal best result at the iconic road race, is 17th place finish in 2013 newcomers A race.
Having shown this season, excellent form at Spring Cup National Road Races, Vauxhall International North West 200, Cock Of The North Road Races.
Expectations are extremely positive that top quality results are more than possible at the 2015 Manx GP.