Jenny Tinmouth

Jenny Tinmouth
Jenny Tinmouth is a motorcycle racer that Plugzz has helped to protect their hearing and allow them to concentrate on racing.     
Jenny Tinmouth
   
DOB: March 1979
Hometown Ellesmere Port
Occupation: Motorbike Mechanic
Hobbies: Mountain Biking, Training for Racing
Favourite Music: Dance
Favourite Car: Lambourghini Diablo
Favourite Circuits: Oulton Park and Brands Hatch Full Circuit
Favourite Road Bike: Honda Fireblade
Favourite Race Bike: My Honda CBR600RR
   

RACING CV

I'm currently racing in the British Superbike Championship - No.8 on a privately entered Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade

 

CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS TO DATE.

 

2011

First female to race in the British Superbike Championship – Gaining a Guinness World record for this. However I Left the Superbike team after 3 rounds and returned to racing my privately entered Honda CBR600 in Supersport.

 

2010

Finished 3rd in the British Supersport Cup Championship (the ‘Cup’ championship is for relatively new riders to Supersport, riders are also entered in the main championship), scoring the most points overall but due to the rules, only 9 of the 12 rounds counted towards the overall points for the championship, giving a position of 3rd overall, with 5 podiums and 1 win during the season and scoring a best finish in the main championship of 9th.
First British female to race in a World Supersport Race (Silverstone UK round as a privateer)
Winner of the first ever Zero Emissions UK Championship the TTXgp with 3 wins and one 3rd place for Team Agni.
Also 3rd in the TTXgp World Championship also for Team Agni.
Fastest female to lap the Isle of Man TT at an average speed of 119.945mph over the 37.75mile road circuit.   - Gaining a new Guinness World Record for this achievement and awarded the Susan Jenness Trophy for most meritorious female competitor.

 

2009

Competed in the British Supersport Cup Championship for first full season finishing 7th overall,  with a best result of  a 3rd in the ‘Cup’ at Croft becoming the first female to stand on the podium at a British Championship race meeting. Best finish in the main Championship was 17th at Brands Hatch.
 
Competed for the first time at the Isle of Man TT and beat the existing female lap record achieving an average speed of 116.835mph – gaining the Guinness World Record for this, also awarded the Susan Jenness Trophy for most Meritorious Female Competitor and also given the Most Meritorious Performance by a Solo Newcomer award.
 

2008

Entered the British Supersport Cup Championship as a privateer becoming the first female ever to do so, this was not a full season as the first few rounds where missed due to a lack of funds but overall Championship finishing position was 7th with a best result of a 4th in the ‘Cup’ at Knockhill and a 20th in the main Championship also at Knockhill during the same race.
Raced in six Thundersport Supersport 600 races during the season collecting five 3rd places and one 1st
Competed in the UK’s first ever Ladies only races winning both races at Brands Hatch in May 2008.
Also entered two Hottrax endurance events finishing 3rd and 1st respectively.

 

2007

Entered into my 5th season of British 125gp Championship Racing as a privateer, finishing 17th overall, with a best result of 7th at Thruxton.
Became the first ever female to race a Superbike when invited to race for Rizla Suzuki British Superbike Team at Mallory Park ‘Race of the Year’ in October 2007 as team mate to Cal Crutchlow, qualifying 22nd and finishing 20th overall.
Also raced in one club meeting at Anglesey Circuit winning both races.

 

2006

Entered into my 4th season of British 125gp Championship racing as a privateer, finishing 21st overall, with a best result of 7th at Oulton Park.
Also entered two club events gaining two 1st places and two 3rds.

 

2005

Entered into my 3rd season of British 125gp Championship Racing as a privateer.
Had an extremely difficult season due to a severe lack of funds, the main objective and sense of achievement that year was just to make it to each round and complete the season by any means possible.  Using scrapped tyres and second hand engine parts to get by.  Unsure of overall championship finishing position, best result came at Oulton Park with a 17th place finish.

 

2004

Entered into my 2nd season of British 125gp Championship Racing as a privateer.
Became the first female to lead a British Championship race after leading the British 125gp in damp conditions at Brands  Hatch for one lap before crashing out, coming from 19th on the grid to 1st in 3 laps.
Became the first female to score British Championship points after finishing in 10th place at Mallory Park during the British 125gp race, after dislocating my collar bone at both ends two weeks previously.
Finished 3rd in the EMRA 125gp Championship despite missing the first race and two races due to my dislocated collar bone, gaining 8 podiums including three wins, three 2nd places and two 3rds.

 

2003

Became the first female to enter the British 125gp Championship after entering the season a few rounds in as a privateer.
Was involved in a four man crash at Cadwell Park in august breaking my right collar bone, left arm and right ankle ruling me out of the rest of the season.

 

2000 – 2002

Raced at Club and National level on a Honda 125RS scoring a few victories and many podium finishes, also broke both wrist in a crash at Anglesey, missing part of the 2002 season.

 

1999

Began racing on my road bike a Honda VFR400 in completely standard form before switching to a 1992 Honda RS125 after realising the uncompetitive nature of a standard bike. 
Scored my first victory in a 125 race at a club meeting at Anglesey race circuit.
Total number of podiums during career
45 which includes 18 wins.