Last year Jenny made her debut at the World famous event, and achieved a new female lap record. This time around her busy schedule will once again include the Superbike, Superstock, and Senior TT, along with both Supersport TT races.
Manx Glass & Glazing Ltd are sponsoring Jenny for the two Supersport races, in which she will compete once again riding her Honda CBR600RR. Employing 30 staff they are the largest and longest established glazing company on the Isle of Man, and are the only firm on the Island that fabricates both PVCu and aluminium frames as well as manufacturing double glazing units, and offering a ‘while you wait’ cut glass service.
The addition of Manx Glass & Glazing Ltd as a sponsor has been of significant benefit in the current uncertain climate where sponsorship is difficult to come by, and enables Tinmouth the opportunity to go out and do what she does best, race the bike, on one of the world’s most challenging courses.
The company does have a history with the TT event; they have their own works race bike which has been entered into several TT events, and one of their employees, Les Miller has competed on it at a number of Manx Grand Prix events.
With great interest in Jenny, as sponsors, everyone involved with the company eagerly looks forward to this year’s Isle of Man TT which takes place between 29th May and 11th June, with race week commencing on Saturday 5th June 2010 with the Superbike TT.
“I am delighted and extremely grateful to have Manx Glass & Glazing Ltd as an official sponsor for the Supersport races at this year’s Isle of Man TT. Funding is always a major issue for most riders, but this year it is particularly difficult to attract new sponsors to the sport. So, to have such backing, and from a local company on the Isle of Man feels special, and now it’s up to me to do my job and put on a good show!”