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Gary Johnson craves second TT victory on Isle of Man

"It's a matter of getting the bikes adjusted for me and if Clive has got
 a bike that Bruce [Anstey] is happy with, then I'll definitely be happy
 with it as well."


Johnson has total faith in the machinery at his disposal, but he is under no illusions over the size of the task he faces as he attempts to
 secure his second TT success. 


"Hopefully I'll be able to add to the tally, but I'm not the only one 
and all the rest of the lads are looking to do the same. 


"I think it's going to be one of the toughest years yet and the level of 
competition in every class is strong," said Johnson. 


"I've got really strong bikes under me this year so I think I'm more
 than capable of standing on the rostrum again. 


"Bruce says he focusing on the Superbike race, so that's bad news for 
the rest of us!"




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