Storrar to make TT debut in 2011

Seventh place at Macau prompts flying Scot to tackle Mountain Course

SCOTTISH RACE ACE Jimmy Storrar is to make his Isle of Man TT races debut in 2011.

The Perth born racer will compete for Mick Charnock’s ‘TC Racing Honda/DP Coldplaning’ outfit in all classes at the 2011 meeting. The team have secured high spec 600cc and 1000cc Honda’s for their Isle of Man campaign.

Storrar, 24, enjoyed recent success in the Macau Grand Prix finishing 7th, one place behind John McGuinness and ahead of a number of respected TT stars including Cameron Donald, James McBride and Keith Amor. A number of breakdowns clouded his 2010 BSB Superstock campaign, but he recorded a 4th place at Cadwell Park and top 10 finishes at Oulton Park, Cadwell Park, Croft and Knockhill as well as qualifying on the front row four times during the season, eventually finishing 14th overall in the championship.

Storrar began his racing career in 2004, in the 125cc Scottish championship before graduating to the MRO Supersport Championship in 2005, where he finished 3rd. He moved up to the National Superstock Cup in 2006, finishing 5th overall and has competed in the National Superstock Championship since 2007, recording his highest overall place of 10th in 2008.

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