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Vastly Respected Roads Stalwart Morgan Outlines 2020 Machinery Line Up

Closing in on thirty years of race action, the vastly respected, hugely popular Davy Morgan is still as hungry as ever to contend for standout results at National, International roads affiliated events.

2004 Senior Manx GP winner, he carries a TT Races CV that boasts overall 16 top 15 finishes, and four top ten finishes, which includes a top five finish within the 2008 Lightweight 250 TT, ran at the time on the Castletown based Billown course.

Hoping to return again to Manx shores in May for TT 2020, his 2020 race plans also includes sampling selected national meetings.

Photo by Mark Corlett

As in 2019, the ex DMRR Honda racer’s 1000cc machine of choice for 2020, will be his own teams DM71 Road Racing S1000RR BMW.

Supersport machinery wise, it’s all change with him switching to an all new YZF R6 Yamaha steed, made available by new supporters Shaz Racing.

Multi times an International road race victor on two stroke machinery, next season will also see Morgan synonymous with his distinctive pink helmet, pilot his trusty, proven RS 250 Honda at selected events.

Words by Stevie Rial

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