James Ford will return to the TT races next year having taken a year out from the TT races this year. This season has seen James race at the Ulster Grand Prix whilst also taking in a meeting at the Jurby road races circuit in the Isle of Man. A possible TT newcomer for next year is Dan Johnson. Dan who is most known for his top rides in the national superstock championship is aiming to make his TT debut but the main priority for next season for Dan is the national superstock championship.
Potentially as well making his TT debut next year is American rider Jeremy Simmons. Jeremy has been racing now for many years in the AMA championships in America and is sure to be a top newcomer at the TT. William Dunlop is targeting race victories at the Isle of Man TT next year but as yet no team has been announced to be running William next season. World performance racing MV Augusta and the Swan Yamaha team are both linked to William for next season at the international road races.
Shaun Anderson will return to the TT races next year as well and also for next season Shaun will be riding in the new classic TT races. Oliver’s Mount specialist David Hewson is back at the TT next year and is also taking part in the new classic TT races. Former sidecar TT winner from 2011 John Holden is aiming to return to the TT races next year and will once again aim for more race wins.
Ian Mackman will return to the TT races next year it has been announced. It looks like as well that Ian will remain with the Norton racing team for next years TT as well, this year Ian lapped at 114 mph on the Norton which showed how much Norton had improved since there last attempt at the TT back in 2009. Simon Andrews is returning to the TT races next year and is aiming to compete in all classes including for the first time at the TT in the supersport 600 class.