Alongside a very respectable eighth place finish in the blue riband Milwaukee Senior TT, KTS Racing Powered by Steadplan’s Jamie Coward additionally today retained the TT Privateers Championship.
It’s the latest in a growing list of notable feats for the Hebden Bridge racer, who has caught the eye of various high profile observers during TT 2022.
Enjoying good coverage on the TT’s new live streaming channel TT+, the 2019 Lightweight TT runner-up race week results resume makes extremely positive reading.
Four top six finishes, finishing no lower than eighth in all solo races finished, he also remains the fastest Yamaha mounted TT exponent.
Coward also improved on his previous personal best lap speed in the RST Superbike race, lapping at 130.4 mph, to become the 20th quickest TT racer in history.
Aside from the disappointment of retiring from Wednesday’s Bennetts Super Twins race, when on course for a podium finish, it’s been overall a pretty satisfactory week for Coward, now firmly established amongst the TT’s fastest rising talents.
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