Peter Hickman dazzled in last nights Dundrod 150 superbike race. Hicky piloting Briggs Equipment backed S1000RR BMW finished a fine third, as he finished in front of international road race winners Dan Kneen, Keith Amor, William Dunlop and Dean Harrison.
Having shown strong pace in superbike qualifying, the eighth fastest rider in TT history set personal best lap speed around Dundrod, of 132.413 mph, as he showcased his proven quality on the fastest road racing circuit in the world.
Photo by Rod Neill
Tomorrow sees the fifth place finisher in 2015 superstock TT, going for standout results in feature superbike, superstock and second superbike races.
Peter is confident of pushing for more podium finishes tomorrow, as he bids to add his already ultra impressive record at the Ulster Grand Prix.
Ever since making his pure road racing debut at the 2014 Vauxhall International North West 200, he has gelled exceptionally quickly with competition on the roads around the triangle, the mountain course, Dundrod and Macau.
Tipped by many to become a multiple international road race winner, Peter Hickman has the ability to in the future become the world’s best pure road racer.