The Mullingar Missile was the Man of the Meeting after securing two Irish championships with victory in the Supertwins, plus a win and second place in the two Supersport events on his B&W Kawasaki.
He was the fastest newcomer at the recent Southern 100 but sat out this year’s TT because of a lack of budget.
“The TT is no place to be if you don’t have the money to do it right,” the 31-year-old said. “I wanted to have a good strong season at home this year and go back in 2018.”
Mcgee has taken numerous Irish National wins but a lack of funding has thwarted his progress. At Armoy he had to ride his ZX-6R instead of the ZX-10R as his team doesn’t have a wet weather map for the big bike’s ECU.