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TT 2016 – Mark Goodings Set For Mountain Course Action

Rising roads star Mark Goodings, is all set for his second TT Races appearance.

TT 2016 sees Mark competing for Team York Suzuki/MG Racing, with backing from PHM Promotions. As at TT 2015, he’s Kawasaki mounted for the RST Superbike, Monster Energy Supersport, Royal London 360 Quantum and Pokerstars Senior races.

Having cracked the 120 mph barrier, at TT 2016, Mark’s main aims for this years Isle of Man TT, include continuing to build up his Mountain Course knowledge, alongside aiming to seal series of highly notable results.

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Photo courtesy of Kevin Pearson

Ahead of TT 2016, Mark would like to thank these companies who are backing his TT Races campaign. PMH Promotions, Motul Oils, RST Leathers, Arai Helmets, R&G Protection, Pipewerx, Goodridge, Skidmark, Dunlop, Pro Bolt, Maxton, Tru Tension, CA HAM Clothing.

Plus the The York Suzuki centre, York Digital Image, Tech Tyres York, Dynobike, AP Metal Craft, Brooklands Cafe, Gray and Adams, XS Mouthguards and Westmorlands Plant.

Team York Suzuki Team Manager, Kevin Pearson, said of the companies, backing Mark:

Kevin Pearson:

“I am much appreciative to all the companies involved, without hesitation they have all come on board in one form or another to support this journey in helping Mark in his quest to compete at the highest level, I would just like to say a big personal thank you to one and all.

Lets get the TT over with, we will all then sit down for a chat about 2017, PMH Promotions are keen to extend their support and there is a hint already that there maybe something special on the menu for 2017, Mark is a good rider and has a very personable manor.”

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Photo by Simon Binns

Mark Goodings added:

“I would just like to say a big thank you to Kevin and Peter for giving me this much needed boost before the TT, I would also like to thank all the sponsors that have come on board same at very short notice, especially Motul Oils and RST leathers who have been wonderful in providing everything I have needed from them.”

Commenting on his expectations, at the most famous road race in the world, he said:

“I am very much looking forward to my second TT and aim to improve my knowledge of the course which I know cannot be learned over night.

Kevin, Peter and the sponsors are quite happy for me to take my time and build my future at a sensible pace and I am sure that with the product support from such high end brands it will be made that much easier to achieve.

It is obvious that for me to attract the bigger sponsors I have to be professional and brand aware, as soon as we get back from the TT I will be planning for 2017.”

Words by Stevie Rial

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