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Road racing legend John McGuinness is considering hanging up his racing suit after the 2022 Isle of Man TT.

The British rider will turn 50-years-old when the Isle of Man TT comes around and will race onboard the new Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade alongside British Superbike race winner and debutant Glen Irwin.

McGuinness hinted that the upcoming 2022 edition might be his last before he bids farewell to the sport.

“The last time I raced there, I didn’t have a great TT and I didn’t want to finish my racing career on a breakdown so this, never said it before, could possibly be my last TT but I wanted to just go there with everything, you know, all the i’s dotted and t’s crossed and go and enjoy it and see where we end up.”

“Getting back to racing, we’re all a little bit nervous, all us riders especially. We did some racing through Covid but not the road racing like in the Isle of Man so we’ve all been away for two years.

“The bikes are getting faster, none of us have been there so we’re all nervous, there’s a lot of anticipation but, you watch, once we get there it will be flat out, it will be 200mph, we’ll be doing what we do,” said McGuinness to the press after picking up his MBE for his service to motorcycle racing.

McGuinness last primary event TT wins came in 2015, bringing him a total of 23 wins, just three shies of the record holder, Joey Dunlop.

McGuinness was on course to surpass Dunlop in 2017, but his plans got derailed due to a technical error that led to a devastating crash on the 2017 North West 200.

The incident also ruled him out of 2017 and 2018 TT.

He ought to make a comeback in 2020 with Bournemouth Kawasaki – after a disappointing 2019 season with Norton – but was stopped short due to Covid-19.

Guy Martin has announced that he won’t be participating in this weekend’s Cookstown 100 road race.

This weekend’s event was set for Martin’s return to road racing after a difficult season with Honda Racing.

Guy hopes that he’s able to fix his classic BSA Rocket 3 in time for next week’s Tandragee 100 road race.

It was just last month when road racing figure and living legend Guy Martin announced that he’ll be returning to road racing. Although it’s not exactly on 300km/h superbikes, the return which was said to be in a classic bike race was cut short when he reported that his BSA Rocket 3 machine suffered from gearbox problems. (more…)

Guy Martin plans to re-enter the world of road racing again this year.

The 36-year-old Brit rider will be participating in the Cookstown 100 and Tandragee 100 road racing events next month.

Racing in the Forgotten Era class, Guy is going to pilot his very own classic BSA motorcycle.

To all road racing fans, this one is for you. It seems that popular racing figure Guy Martin is planning to put on his racing suit again this year. News has broken out and it has been confirmed that the 36-year-old Brit rider will be participating in the Tandragee 100 and Cookstown 100 Irish road races. (more…)


  • Pelumba jalanraya legenda, Guy Martin, telah mengambil keputusan untuk menamatkan kerjayanya sebagai pelumba jalanraya antarabangsa berikutan kemunculan kembali ke arena perlumbaan jalanraya yang kurang memberangsangkan.
  • Setelah kemunculan kembalinya yang tidak diduga ke perlumbaan jalanraya dengan menerima tawaran dari pasukan Honda Racing Team, segala usaha Guy Martin dan John McGuinness serba tidak menjadi.
  • Apabila McGuinness terpaksa menarik diri dari perlumbaan Isle of Man TT berikutan kecederaan patah kakinya yang dialami selepas kemalangan ketika perlumbaan North West 200, Martin akhirnya mengambil keputusan untuk berhenti dari perlumbaan jalanraya selepas cubaan yang tidak membuahkan hasil bersama Honda Racing Team.


Legendary road racer Guy Martin has decided to call it quits on his career as an international road racer following an unsuccessful return to the road racing scene.

After an unexpected return to road racing by accepting an offer from the Honda Racing Team, everything went downhill from there for both Guy Martin and John McGuinness.

As McGuinness sat out of the Isle of Man TT race following a broken leg from a crash in the North West 200, Martin finally puts a stop on road racing after fruitless attempt with the Honda Racing Team.

Following his recent withdrawal this year’s Ulster Grand Prix prior the 2017 Isle of Man TT, legendary road racer Guy Martin has decided to call it quits on his career as an international road racer. After suffering a major crash at the 2015 Ulster Grand Prix road race, most of us would think that Guy Martin would count his lucky stars after making out alive from that horrible crash which resulted in weeks of hospitalisation. (more…)

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23-time Isle of Man TT winner John McGuinness and Manxman Conor Cummins announced yesterday that they will remain with the Honda Racing squad for the 2016 road-racing season.

Having won the Senior TT category this year, McGuinness said that he aims to maintain the form this year as well. Meanwhile, Cummins, who also had a strong year with the squad culminating in a pair of superbike second places at the Ulster Grand Prix, says that there’s still room for improvement.

Speaking at the Motorcycle Live event, the duo said that besides the Isle of Man TT, they will also be participating in the North West 200 and Macau Grand Prix. Cummins on the other hand, will also be racing at the Ulster Grand Prix.

“2015 was a mixed season for me, I didn’t really get the results I wanted at the North West or the TT, but it all came together at the Ulster and leaving with two second-places was great. The Fireblade is a great machine and I’m so happy to be back with Honda Racing again for now my third year,” said Cummins.

According to Honda Racing Team, the ‘Morecambe Missile’ and the ‘Ramsey Rocket’ will participate in the Superbike classes at the North West 200 and also the Superbike and Senior races at the Isle of Man TT aboard the proven Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade SP. Cummins will also take part in the 2016 Ulster GP and both riders are scheduled to race at Macau later in the year


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