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TT newcomers news – Lots of new riders for TT 2013 including some well known faces taking to the mountain course

With the Isle of Man TT for 2013 only now 176 days away! Who will be making their TT debuts next year? Of course the most well known newcomer for next year is Josh Brookes. Runner up in British superbikes this year Josh will make a much anticipated Isle of Man TT debut next year riding a superbike and superstock bike for the Tyco Suzuki by TAS racing team.

Josh’s TT debut will be closely watched but he’s not the only well known rider to make his Isle of Man TT debut next year. Having being a top 10 finisher in the national superstock championship and having finished in the top 20 at the North West 200 Jonathan Howarth is a top all round rider. Jonathan will make his TT debut on a Kawasaki superstock bike and is looking to race a supersport 600 bike as well in the two supersport TT races.

Up and coming road racing star Daley Mathison is aiming to make his Isle of Man TT debut next year a Honda Fireblade superstock bike racing for his own team. Another rider fast improving on roads circuits is Callum Laidlaw who is aiming to make his TT debut next year on a Honda Fireblade which Callum has acquired for the 2013 road racing season.

The TT next year could see two newcomers from France. Denis Bouan and International road racing championship competitor Franck Petricola are both aiming to make their TT debuts on Yamaha and Kawasaki machinery in the superbike, superstock and senior TT races.

Potentially making his TT debut next year is Michael Howarth. Michael who has raced for many years in the British superbike championship has been aiming to race at the Isle of Man TT for a long time. Also potentially a newcomer next year at the Isle of Man TT is AJ Venter.

AJ who is most known for competing in the British supersport championship over the last few years may make his TT debut next year. It looking like where in for some top performances from newcomers to the Isle of Man TT next year who in the future will be pushing the established front runners.

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