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Leading the way in supersport practice today at Isle of Man TT was Gary Johnson on Smiths Triumph. The 2011 supersport TT race two winner produced a top lap speed of 125.934 mph.
William Dunlop was in good form on Tyco Suzuki by TAS supersport bike to finish runner up in practice with lap speed of over 124.4 mph. Keith Amor’s return to Isle of Man TT continues to get better as the Site Sealants B&W racing rider produced a lap speed of 124.356 mph to finish third fastest.
Michael Rutter made it two Smiths Triumphs in the top four further proving that the factory backed Triumph’s will be huge forces to be reckoned with when opening Monster Energy supersport TT race of 2014 begins on Monday morning.
Josh Brookes impressed with lap speed of over 123 mph on Milwaukee Yamaha supersport bike which he has rode superbly on at TT 2014.