Dan Kneen Manx man Dan Kneen has been signed to ride for Tyco BMW for the 2018 road-racing season.
The Braddan rider will pilot the BMW S1000RR for Hector & Philip Neill’s team in the RST Superbike, RL360 Quantum Superstock & PokerStars Senior TT Races having impressed in a 1-off outing for the Northern Irish-based squad at this year’s Ulster Grand Prix.
Commenting on his opportunity the 30-year-old said:’I realised which while the chance of a short-term ride by the Tyco BMW team came up final season I had to take it by both hands as it’s not every day you get the chance to work by such a well run, industrialist-backed team.
’I’m will be truly proud to represent the team on my house course & I’m will give it everything to reward the faith which Philip & Hector have shown in me.’further in Tuesday’s Examiner.
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Dan Kneen To Race For Tyco BMW Team At International Road Races In 2018
Nov 26, 2017Dan Kneen To Race For Tyco BMW Team At International Road Races In 2018Dan Kneen.
DAN KNEEN RETURNS TO THE TYCO BMW TEAM TO defy THE ROADS IN 2018Tyco BMW is delighted to welcome Dan Kneen back to the TAS Racing family aboard the BMW S1000RR for their 2018 roads campaign.
Philip Neill – Team manager: “We enjoy the defy of helping riders achieve their complete possibility & by Dan we are excited about the following chapter in the TAS Racing story.
At this year’s UGP we witnessed a glimpse of Dan’s undoubtable talent, & which was by just 1 afternoon Analyzing the Tyco BMW.
“”Dan Kneen: “I realised which while the chance of a short term ride by the Tyco BMW team came up final season I had to take it by both hands as it’s not every day you get the chance to work by such a well run, industrialist backed team.
Dan Kneen approved at Tyco BMW however question mark over Hutchy
as declared in Manx rider Dan Kneen has joined Northern Ireland’s Tyco BMW team for 2018, although a question mark hangs over Ian Hutchinson’s plans following season.
Manxman Dan Kneen impressed on the Tyco BMW at the Ulster Grand Prix, finishing as the runner-up in the 2nd Superbike race as he stood in for injury prey Ian Hutchinson.
Kneen too finished 3rd in the Superstock race & 4th in the feature Superbike event.
“Hutchy is working at the minute to sign the contract however we took young Dan Kneen on, from the Isle of Person,” said Neill.
We’re coming into 2018 by perfect riders on perfect bikes, Extremely allow’s have a try & beat everything, however especially the Senior TT – which’s the one I need.”
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