RR » TT Dream: I’m no John McGuinness...

'How does a regular bloke take on the greatest road race on Earth? Not sure to be honest, but we'll give it a go!'

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Sam Middlemas - Unregistered

December 13, 2012 2:10 PM

Nice1 Oli. You did awesome at the Manx and deserve a TT entry. Your a roads lad 4sure don't talk yourself down you might not be the best on the shorts but from what iv seen you could suprise yourself at the TT or any roads...


December 13, 2012 4:50 PM

Wow guys, thanks a lot for the support, and thanks again to Crash.net for running the article.

I'd better get an entry now or it's going to be a bit embarrassing lol!

Hopefully the publicity will help, and I'm really looking forward to doing the next article in the New Year.

Thanks all.

Manxshredder - Unregistered

December 13, 2012 5:24 PM

Good on ya fella!

As a manxie and knowing one or two lads who do the TT and Manx, I know you will be fine.
Just remember, it's all worth it, the best adrenaline rush of your life is just round the corner.

Look forward to hearing more updates

Good luck

kickstart250 - Unregistered

December 13, 2012 8:26 PM

Good luck Oli !
Tried racing myself on a short circuit myself a few years ago and failed miserably, so fair play to you fella for having a crack at the the hardest race there is!
I'll be watching for any news on your progress.
Have a great christmas cos after that the nerves will kick in!

rsv4ryan - Unregistered

December 13, 2012 9:12 PM

I'm jealous. I too have my roadracing license in the states and would love to do this before it's too late. But it all comes down to financing. I did have the pleasure of meeting someone here from Cincinnati, Ohio that's done the TT twice. Massive respect!

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