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TT2014: Guy Martin: We'll have to come back next year

Tyco Suzuki's Guy Martin plans to return to the Isle of Man TT races in 2015 following another year without an elusive victory on the Mountain Course
Guy Martin is still without an elusive TT victory after Michael Dunlop's dominance on the Isle of Man and the Tyco Suzuki rider could only congratulate his rival after taking third in the Senior race.

Martin finished behind BMW star Dunlop and Honda's Conor Cummins in third place to take his second rostrum of the festival after a runner-up result in the Superbike race.

The Lincolnshire rider has also confirmed he plans to return to the TT in 2015 for another bite at the cherry.

“The bike was just mint and the boys have done a great job again today. We rode a good race, which you can see by the lap times, but we have to take our hat off to Michael he's riding well this week and that's why he has won four,” he said.

“That's probably the best Superbike set-up I've ever ridden around here, so yeah, we'll have to come back next year and try again won't we.”


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ninja07

June 10, 2014 8:55 PM

For me he is the one of the most likeable of riders,fair to say he has brought the bike on now to where its still strong on the last lap,although Bruce and cam have won on it sometimes it did break down a bit a few years back



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