ARA champ Cringle set for 2020 Manx Grand Prix debut

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JAMIE Cringle has revealed plans to tackle his home road race this summer as he plots his Manx Grand Prix debut.

Pending entry, the Manxman will take on the Mountain Course where he is set to make the switch to Honda power after years on a Triumph.

Cringle, who hauled a total of nine podium finishes in the No Limits Racing Pirelli Super Series 600 championship this season, looked set to make his British Supersport debut before injury plagued the tail end of his campaign.

Despite missing two rounds, he still managed to finish sixth in NLR’s top middleweight class and is gearing up for another crack at the off-island championship in 2020, along with a few wildcards in the BSB paddock.

And as a former ARA champ, Cringle also looks set to campaign local short circuit events at Jurby with an eye on regaining a club crown.

*Image: Ellan Vannin Images

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