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Johnson’s T3 Racing Triumph up for grabs after TT

Two-time Isle of Man TT winner Gary Johnson's Team T3 Triumph will be offered up to fans to win after the famous island event.
Two-time Isle of Man TT winner Gary Johnson's Team T3 Triumph will be offered up to fans to win after the famous island event.

The Triumph 675 race bike will be run by Johnson in both supersport races before being signed and personally handed over by the rider. The team is launching an raffle consisting of 675 tickets available at £50 each.

Helmet brand Bell is also donating a number of crash helmets, including seven Gary Johnson replicas as well as Jamie Whitham's new company 6t9 offering new cleaning goodies as consolation prizes.

Johnson will pick the winning ticket directly out of his Bell helmet straight after the second supersport race which will be filmed for prosperity and fairness.

"What a mega opportunity,” Johnson said. “Whether it's for racing, trackdays or just sitting in the front room, the winner will get a proper bit of kit. Hopefully it will have just had two strong results on the Island too.

“The team boss [Andy Jenkinson] keeps coming up with different ideas and I think this will really attract attention, especially as I'll draw the winner straight after the race. With Bell Helmets and Whit's new company I might even buy a few tickets myself too.”

Tickets and more info available here: www.tt3racing.com


Tagged as: Triumph , Isle of Man TT , t3

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