Rider - Jenny Tinmouth
Jenny Tinmouth is the current female Isle of Man TT lap record holder, she broke the record during her first ever TT in 2009, gaining a Guinness World Record for this achievement, she then re-broke the record during her second TT in 2010 taking the record to an average lap speed of 119.945mph, receiving another Guinness World record for this achievement.
Jenny is also the first and only female competing in the British Superbike Championship. For which she was also awarded a Guinness World Record.
Jenny has achieved many firsts for women in the sport, she was the first female to enter and qualify to race in the British 125gp Championship, the British Supersport and Supersport Cup Championships and the British Superbike Championship.
She is the first female to lead and score points in a British Championship race, the first to stand on the podium and the first to win a British Championship Race with a win in the Supersport Cup at Silverstone in 2010. She completed the 2010 season with the most points in the Championship and in any previous year would have won the championship outright but on points count back, in line with the new 2010 rules she was placed 3rd overall, this was still the highest championship finishing place for a female competitor. She is also the first British female to race in World Supersport and the first to race a full blown Superbike when she was invited to race for Rizla Suzuki in 2007 as team mate to Moto Gp star Cal Crutchlow.
In 2011 she began racing a Superbike full time entering the British Superbike Championship, racing for the Splitlath Motorsport Team. Jenny began running her own British Superbike Race Team – Two Wheel Racing in 2011 running under the name of her main sponsors Hardinge and Sorrymate.com, making her the first ever female British Superbike Team owner.
Jenny also won the first ever UK Electric Bike Racing (TTXgp) Championship in 2010 as well as finishing 3rd in the World Electric bike racing Championship in the same year aboard her Agni Z2, and finished 4th in the TT Zero race during the 2010 Isle of Man TT.
Jenny has achieved many accolades as well as her Guinness World Records, last year (2012) she received The Women’s International Film and Television Showcase, International Visionary Awards 'IT Girl' awarded in Los Angeles, for her commitment and dedication to her sport, sighting her as an inspiration to women across the spectrum of all ages around the world. She also received the most Meritorious Performance by a Solo Newcomer Award at the TT in 2009 and the Susan Jenness Trophy in both 2009 and 2010 for the Most Meritorious Performance by a Female Competitor at the TT and has received two ‘Your Champions’ Sporting awards.
Jenny has had 36 podiums including 16 wins during her racing career so far.
2000-2002 Club racing and MRO
2003 - 2007 British 125 gp Championship and Club racing
2008 British Supersport
2009 British Supersport and TT
2010 British Supersport and TT, Uk round of World Supersport and TTXgp UK Championship and TTX World Championship
2011 British Superbike/ British Supersport
2012 British Superbikes
2013 British Superbikes