Keith Amor: 'An Isle of Man TT win and I can retire happy'

Keith Amor
Keith Amor has fought his way back from two major operations to compete

Scottish racer Keith Amor has said he could "retire happy" if in 2015 he achieves his maiden Isle of Man TT win.

A shoulder injury forced the 42-year-old to retire from the sport in 2012 but he says he is now fully fit and will compete in all six TT classes.

He said: "I will have six bikes in total: three BMWS and three Hondas."

Amor, who has recorded five TT podium finishes, made his return to the sport last year and has a fastest lap of 130.177mph.

The Scot's list of career wins includes victories in 2010 at the North West 200 and Ulster Grand Prix.

The former factory Honda rider and Sterling racer finished fourth on his return to racing in last year's Lightweight class.

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