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Conor Cummins sticks with Milenco by Padgett's Honda for 2024 TT, NW200 campaign

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Conor Cummins has confirmed he will remain with the Milenco by Padgett's Honda team for this year’s roads as he looks to fight-back to competitiveness at the 2024 Isle of Man TT and North West 200.

The Manxman endured a frustrating 2023 TT campaign after missing the first-half of the event through a viral infection, thus limiting his hopes of building on his status as the fourth fastest man around the Mountain Course.

Setting his personal best of 133.116mph in 2022 in the Superstock class, Cummins will remain with the same Milenco by Padgett's Honda team - alongside the returning Ian Hutchinson - in an attempt to breach the steadfast top three of Peter Hickman, Michael Dunlop and Dean Harrison this year.


“I’ve taken my time over the off-season to understand what I wanted to achieve in the year ahead and now that all the pieces of the jigsaw are in place, I’m delighted to be staying with the Milenco by Padgett’s Motorcycles team.”

“I’ve had a bit of a reset, analysing everything both on and off track, and I want to go racing properly and be committed to try and win races with the TT being at the top of the list. I’m keen to get back racing and push for wins in 2024. 

“The desire and passion are still very much there, and after discussing everything with Clive, he’s brought everything to the table so together we’ll be throwing the kitchen sink at the TT.”

“I know what I want to do and that’s win. I made a good step forward in 2022 with the 133mph lap and was looking forward to doing more of the same last year only for a virus to scupper that. 

“I missed a lot of track time and in the races I did, I could only really push hard on the first lap; after that the head and body were exhausted. 

“Obviously, that was out of my control, but I’ll be doing everything possible to put in my best ever TT performances.”

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