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Jeremy's professional career started in 1992 riding in the 250cc and 500cc GP Classes, racing against the likes of Valentino Rossi. Throughout his career, Jeremy has competed amongst some of the greatest riders in the world in GP's, BSB and amongst the road racing scene.
Now a Test & Development rider for KTM, Jeremy is still heavily involved in the motorcycle industry and features in races on both short circuit and the road racing scene, in particular the North West 200. Jeremy is also a regular at the highly popular Goodwood Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival where he has ridden to victory alongside his team mate Duncan Fitchett in The Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy.
Alastair Seeley's name has become synonymous with the North West 200 international road race over the past decade and beyond.
The Carrickfergus rider has won a record 24 races around the Triangle circuit - nine more than previous record holder, the late Robert Dunlop.
Seeley won at least one race every year at the event from 2008 to 2018.
Twelve of his 24 wins have come in the middleweight Supersport class - including at least one triumph in the 600ccs in each of nine consecutive years, a sequence commencing in 2010.
Add to that eight Superstock wins and four Superbike successes, plus the fact that The 'Wee Wizard' has taken wins for four different manufacturers - Kawasaki, BMW, Suzuki and Yamaha - and it is not hard to see why Seeley has earned the reputation of being the man to beat for much of his North West career.
Maria Costello is probably the most prominent woman in motorcycle road racing and the only female motorcycle racer ever to be awarded an MBE. She has achieved unrivalled success in a high-risk world, competing on equal terms with men in a sport renowned as the ultimate test for competitor and machine.
Maria was the first woman ever to claim a podium finish in a race around the notorious Isle of Man TT course – often described as the world’s most dangerous race track – but that’s just one of many accolades she has garnered in a career spanning 20 years (a feat itself!).
The 2016 race season has proved to be one of her best, securing the female lap record at the Vauxhall International Northwest 200, her best ever finish, so far, of 12th place in the Isle of Man Lightweight TT race and a podium alongside her hero and 23 times TT winner, John McGuinness in the Isle of Man Senior Classic TT.
Chrissy Rouse races in the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 championship with the Massingberd-Mundy MSS Team Green Kawasaki squad.
After a strong 2019, Rouse has been snapped up by the Massingberd-Mundy MSS Team Green Kawasaki squad for 2020. He partners his mate Tom Ward as Nick Morgan’s successful team returns to the paddock, aboard the Kawasaki ZX10-RR.
Returning to the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship in 2019, Rouse signed with the Morello Racing Kawasaki team alongside Tim Neave. Piloting one of Steve Buckenham’s ZX-10R machines, he scored a win and a handful of podiums to finish fourth in the championship
Jenny Tinmouth is the current female Isle of Man TT lap record holder, she broke the record during her first ever TT in 2009, gaining a Guinness World Record for this achievement, she then re-broke the record during her second TT in 2010 taking the record to an average lap speed of 119.945mph, receiving another Guinness World record for this achievement.
Jenny is also the first and only female competing in the British Superbike Championship. For which she was also awarded a Guinness World Record.
Jenny has achieved many firsts for women in the sport, she was the first female to enter and qualify to race in the British 125gp Championship, the British Supersport and Supersport Cup Championships and the British Superbike Championship.
2020 will see Jenny return to the BSB paddock, competing in The National Superstock Championship aboard a Phil Crowe prepared BMW S1000RR.
Ben Luxton is a 24 year old motorcycle racer from Stockport. Having been racing since 2009, his talent has been nurtured through various clubs and championships, with his first race win coming in 2014, followed by 11 more and the 2014 championship title. Bens dedication to the sport is matched off track, since he enjoys his cycling and mountain biking. Weighing in at 66kg, and measuring 6”1,
Ben is a common feature on the front row of the grid and is regarded as a consistent rider and ‘star of the future’ on the BSB circuit.
2019 saw Ben get his first win on the JR Performance Kawasaki in the Pirelli Superstock 600.
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