Jenny Tinmouth back for BSB 2014

Female racer Jenny Tinmouth will return to the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship this season after celebrating her strongest campaign in the premier class last year with the TWR Honda team.

Tinmouth made history in 2013 by becoming the first female to score a point in the British Superbike class with a 15th place at Snetterton.

Now she is aiming to break even more records when the season gets underway this Easter at Brands Hatch.

Tinmouth and her close-knit team have spent the winter continuing their development of the Fireblade in preparation for pre-season testing as they target even more point-scoring finishes in 2014.

"I am really excited about this year because I think we have done our apprenticeship seasons now and we are looking to move forward again and try to push for the top ten now," said Tinmouth.

"As a small team, scoring a point in MCE BSB was a big achievement for us last year, but it has made us even more determined to come back stronger. We have been working really hard over the winter and I feel that this season could be one of our best yet."

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January 24, 2014 1:31 PM

Surely a move to a cheaper class like BSS or even BSSt would be a good idea. If you want to properly race in BSB you need the bike but crucially also the suspension and electronics expertise, I don't she has any of these. Without that you may just end up looking worse than you are and that destroys your confidence. I do wish her all the best though because she's already shown her courage and determination simply by putting her front wheel on the grid and qualifying for the race.

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