James is already a TT 2014 podium finisher, North West 200 podium finisher, classic TT races podium finisher, Southern 100 podium finisher, Armoy road races podium finisher, multiple times winner around Oliver’s Mount, Dundrod 150 winner, Ulster Grand Prix winner and Manx Grand Prix winner.
Since making his Oliver’s Mount debut in 2011 at the Spring Cup Races, James has gone from strength to strength around the mount, considered by many as a specialist around the road race circuit and known to many as a mini TT.
At TT 2014, James joined an illustrious list of riders to have secured a podium finish at the most famous road race in the world the Isle of Man TT.
Achieving Duke Road Race Championship success in 2014 made him only the fifth different winner of the prestigious championship, won previously by 11 times TT winner Michael Dunlop, ten times TT winner Ian Lougher, three times TT winner Ryan Farquhar and 2009, feature superbike race winner at the Ulster Grand Prix Conor Cummins.
The new team is all set to run the reigning Duke Road Race Rankings Champion, on a variety of top class machinery, at TT 2015, North West 200, Ulster Grand Prix, Southern 100, Spring Cup National Road Races, Cock of the North Road Races, Scarborough Gold Cup and selected rounds of the 2015 Irish road race championship.