Honda Racing UK has confirmed a three-man group for the 2024 Isle of Man TT Races, with Dean Harrison lining up alongside John McGuinness MBE and Nathan Harrison.
Dean Harrison joins the manufacturing facility Honda group after a 7-year stint with DAO Racing and Kawasaki, with whom he took two of his three TT victories so far, which included a triumphant Senior TT title in 2019.
In the meantime, McGuinness continues his storied historical past with the Japanese producer, taking 16 of his 23 TT race victories with Honda and operating on the sharp finish as he enters his thirty-fourth 12 months in bike racing.
Manxman Nathan Harrison completes the trio and, having missed the occasion in 2023 as a result of damage, is counting the times to TT 2024.
The announcement coincides with the launch of a closely up to date CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP for the Superbike and Superstock lessons, in addition to the reintroduction of the CBR600RR to the British market within the Supersport class.
McGuinness has opted to focus solely on the 1000cc lessons, while each Harrisons may also contest the 2 Monster Power Supersport TT Races beneath the Honda Racing UK banner, which returns to the category in an official capability for the primary time in a number of years.
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