Ballymoney’s Michael Dunlop has still to sign a deal that will enable him to add to his tally of 11 Isle of Man TT wins in 2015. The rider is currently not with a team after losing his spot in the BMW Motorrad garage and ending up missing out on the Macau Grand Prix.
The Northern Irishman is adamant that there are still no confirmed plans for next year, and he has not really thought about the future - merely just taking it one week at a time. He feels he has shown that he is capable of being a race winner and is just going to ‘go with the flow’. He was rumoured to be in talks with both Paul Bird and Milwaukee Yamaha but nothing has come to fruition.
“There are no plans for 2015, I don’t know what I will do - we will see. I don’t know (about the TT) I have no plans and no interests and I want to get this week over and done with and go from there,” said Dunlop, speaking to bikesportnews.com
“I don’t know about BSB next year and there is no thought going into what I am doing next year, or where I am going - I haven’t thought about anything else. I don’t care, I have done my job and I have shown I can win TTs. I don’t care I am just going with the flow and whatever happens, happens.”