British Supersport rider Josh Daley will make his debut at next year's Isle of Man TT races.
The Wigan teenager will contest both Monster Energy Supersport events on a Kawasaki ZX-6R and becomes the latest British championship rider to commit to tackling the infamous Mountain Course.
Daley has contested the Evo class in the British Supersport Championship for the past two seasons and this year the 19-year-old scored a best result of 11th overall at Snetterton.
“Racing at the TT has been on my mind for a while and I want to give myself the chance of the best possible preparation by focusing just on the Supersport bike in my first year,” Daley said.
“There are so many challenges to racing on the Mountain Course for the first time that just running one bike will let me focus on learning and understanding the course properly.”
Daley, who made his racing bow as an eight year old in 2004 in the British Minimoto 4.2 Championship and finished as the runner-up during three consecutive years, secured 10th in the Evo Championship standings this season.
He progressed through the ranks in the Thundersport Aprilia Superteen Championship in 2009 and 2010 and moved up to the GP2 and 400cc classes in 2011, winning both the F400 and Open 500 Aintree Championships and taking second in the Thundersport GP2 class.
Daley continued in the same championships in 2012, winning the F400 series and claiming second overall in the Open 500 and Open 650 classes.
Having conquered the club-racing scene, he made the step up to the Pirelli National Superstock 600cc Championship in 2013, scoring his first points at Brands Hatch.