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Dunn to set bounce back from crash with full roads season in 2016

Cornwall rider Forest Dunn is set to bounce back from his last season’s Ulster Grand Prix crash with a full roads season in 2016 which will also see him take in the Manx Grand Prix and selected Pirelli National Superstock 1000 rounds.

Dunn fell heavily in his rookie UGP meeting but not only will he return to the Dundrod circuit, he also plans to take part in the North West 200 again, make his Southern 100 debut and also take in races at Scarborough’s Oliver’s Mount.

“It’s an strange time for me, after my crash at the 2015 Ulster GP I thought I’d let myself down, but I’ve had some really good support from friends and family and the comments from well known riders about my performances at the NW200 and UGP have perked me up no end,” said Dunn.


“While I will continue with the short circuit commitments, my focus has always been to develop on the roads and this year, funds permitting, I will be at most of the major road race events in 2016.

“My plan is to run in the Superstock, Superbike and if funds allow and a bike can be found, the Supersport classes - it looked like I had one sorted but that seems to have fallen through unfortunately. The main aim is to race at the Manx GP, a circuit that I have always wanted to race. Obviously a lot depends on sponsors and I can’t thank my 2015 sponsors enough, but with an increased schedule I am looking to bring new sponsors on board for this massive year.”

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