There’s set to be a strong line up of newcomers to the 2015 Manx Grand Prix.
Which includes top three finisher in both supersport B races at last years Scarborough gold cup Don Gilbert, Don looks set to compete in newcomers A race.
Joining Don in making their Manx Grand Prix debut’s this year includes Sean Connolly runner up in 2014 Irish road race junior support championship, James Chawke who made his Oliver’s Mount debut at the 2013 Scarborough gold cup and seasoned Irish road race championship competitor Damian Horan.
Amongst the riders making their pure road racing debut’s at the 2015 Manx GP is set to include Sam Cross, Sam is greatly looking forward to his first year of competition on the mountain course.
Dennis Hoffer, Yvan Cardona, Chris White, Steven Procter, Tommy Heaphy, Daniel Anderson, Rob Temple and highly rated up and coming rider Dean Court are all planning for first year of competition on the most famous road racing circuit in the world.
13th place finisher in 2014 Duke road race rankings championship Neil Kernohan is another talented rider who is aiming to compete for the first time at the Manx Grand Prix.
Runner up in last years Irish road race senior support championship Neil is set to compete for Logan racing in his first year of action on the most iconic of all road racing circuits.
The Manx Grand Prix has over the years seen many a rider develop into a TT star including Ian Hutchinson, Ryan Farquhar, Ivan Lintin, Dan Kneen, Russ Mountford, Connor Behan, James Cowton, Michael Sweeney and Ryan Kneen.
There’s every chance many of the newcomers to the Manx GP in 2015 can become established leading competitors following in the footsteps of their road racing and TT heroes.