Twenty-two-year-old Isle of Man racer will make debut
An up-and-coming talent in the world of Manx motorsport has announced he will make his debut at the 2020 Isle of Man TT.
Twenty-two-year-old Jamie Cringle is entering the two, four-lap Supersport races, on a Honda CBR600RR, and will also compete in the Lightweight TT race.
He's racing with the KPC Construction and Groundworks team.
Cringle has been competing since 2017, winning the Isle of Man 600cc Championship in 2018 and finishing second in both the 600cc and 1000cc championships last year.
Racing at the Isle of Man TT has been a childhood ambition for the local man, who first rode on motocross bikes as young as five years old.