DUFFY Motorsport has pulled the wraps off its 2019 Isle of Man TT line up as Mike Norbury joins the returning Shaun Anderson for a TT Zero assault.
And team boss Ryan Duffy says they have plenty in the pipeline as he looks to push lap times even further.
Northern Irishman Anderson, a top-15 Superbike TT finisher who clocked his best lap ever last year at over 128.6mph, returns to the fold after bagging sixth place in the 2018 TT Zero scrap with a 74.789mph lap time.
Partnering him is Manchester’s Norbury, who will head back to the IOMTT for just the second time after graduating directly from the Manx Grand Prix to the blue riband event last season.
Duffy is not only looking to bump up the speeds in 2019, but also hopes to increase the efficiency of the squad’s paddock setup as the team is set to use solar power to drive most of its endeavours, including bike charging.
But the head honcho is staying tight-lipped about what machines those may be as he teases the possibility of bringing a new brand to the Isle of Man.
“I hope to field the brammo from 2018 with some improvements, but also i’d like to bring a Zero to the TT,” he told eMoto.
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