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William Dunlop Targets Maiden TT Victory With Tyco BMW


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William Dunlop is targeting his first TT victory in 2015 with Tyco BMW. The main highlight of this season for the prodigiously talented rider was winning a pulsating opening superbike race at the Vauxhall international North West 200.

Other highlights this year have included supersport race wins at Tandragee 100, Skerries, Walderstown and Armoy whilst TT 2014 proved to be a hugely positive one for the rider who made his TT debut back in 2006.

Following sixth position in Dainese superbike TT William then went onto secure third place finish in second Monster energy supersport race following a highly accomplished performance on Tyco Suzuki by TAS supersport 600.


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Lapping close to 131 mph with lap speed in the 130.8 mph bracket proved that he had moved up a level this year on the mountain course proving he can battle for race victories across all classes including in superbike and senior TT races.

So far in his career on the mountain course William has had three podium finishes. All of them have been in second supersport races securing third place finishes, for 2015 in the highly competitive class he looks set to be Triumph mounted.

TAS racing have a superb record at the worlds most famous road race and William is confident that they can provide him with the S1000 BMW’s to push him towards TT successes.


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Alongside TT 2015 returns to the North West 200 and Ulster Grand Prix are confirmed where there’s no doubt that more international road race wins are on the cards.

A hugely popular rider everyone knows William Dunlop has the talent and ability to become the best road racer in the world. 2015 is set to be a hugely exciting one for him as he competes on the proven BMW machinery for the first time at North West 200, Ulster Grand Prix and Isle of Man TT.

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