Tinmouth announces 2013 BSB return

After a learning year in 2012, Jenny Tinmouth says she is 'aiming high' for the 2013 MCE British Superbike Championship.
Jenny Tinmouth has confirmed she will embark on a second full season of MCE British Superbike Championship competition in 2013, once more with Two Wheel Racing.

After a handful of BSB outings in 2011, Tinmouth made her full debut in 2012 aboard a Honda CBR1000RR, allowing her to gain the invaluable experience she feels will make the difference next year.

With TWR planning a series of upgrades to bring the Honda up to full British Superbike specification, Tinmouth – the fastest woman to lap the Isle of Man TT course - is confident she can aim far higher in 2013.

"I am really happy to be back on the grid next season and we start 2013 in a much better position than we did this year,” she said. “We ran the bike pretty much to Superstock standard this year so that I could learn the bike and get the basics how I wanted it to be and now we are using the winter to tune the engine so it has more power; so there is big potential there.

“I am aiming really high for next year and I want to be moving up the order and getting nearer to the front. I am one million percent determined to improve and we are putting in a lot of effort over the winter to try and achieve that goal next year; I can't wait to get started."

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Racefan - Unregistered

December 14, 2012 2:06 PM

Come on @signups, it takes most riders a season to get to grips with a bike, the circuits and paddock life. Don't forget these women will be be faster than most mortals and are prepared to stick their necks out for our entertainment! I reckon they deserve their places on the grid, if it wasn't them would you be asking that the two slowest blokes are taken off the grid? I doubt it.


December 14, 2012 3:08 PM

@signups last year both Jenny Tinmouth and Elena Rosell had the worse bikes in there classes. poor Elena Rosell had a bike that not even her male teammate did any better on and he changed to a better bike half way though the season but the team made her stay on the old bike. im sure both are way faster than you or me could ever be, good luck to them both next year..

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