Manx Grand Prix 2015 – Newcomers Impress During Thursday Night Practice

Manx Grand Prix 2015 – Newcomers Impress During Thursday Night Practice

Newcomers A Practice

Barry Evans competing on Infront Motorcycles backed ZX6R Kawasaki, set the pace in tonight’s newcomers A Manx GP practice session.


Barry produced an impressive lap speed of 102.480 mph to finish fastest.

Second quickest was Logan Racing’s Neil Kernohan 101.697 mph, Neil is tipped to be in contention for newcomers A Manx Grand Prix victory.

Dean Court piloting PRF Racing GSX-R 600 Suzuki was next up, following lap speed of 100.330 mph.

Chris White was the fourth newcomer to break the 100 mph mark tonight, as he lapped at 100.079 mph, to finish fourth fastest.

Completing the top six in practice where Damian Horan and Darren Cooper on his own teams ZX6R Kawasaki.

Newcomers B Practice

Ryan Maher topped the time sheets in tonight’s newcomers B Manx Grand Prix practice session.

Ryan lapped at a more than creditable 99.203 mph to finish quickest, TZ250 Yamaha mounted Gary Vines was second fastest, having lapped at 96.275 mph.

James Chawke piloting Mckinstry Racing ER6 Kawasaki, was third fastest, following lap speed of 95.896 mph.

Rob Temple DP Coldplaning/TC Racing ER6 Kawasaki, 650 Ducati mounted Royce Rowe and Sam Cross all showed good form in finalising the top six in practice.

Newcomers C Practice

Mark Purslow 96.588 mph lead the way in newcomers C Manx GP practice.

Robert Smith lapped at 93.093 mph to finish second quickest, whilst Elwyn Fryer lapped at 92.088 mph to finish third fastest.

Japan’s Masayuki Yamanaka fourth quickest, is gelling quickly with the mountain course.

As is fifth and sixth fastest Michel Guillet and Derek Wilkie.

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