Photo by Louis Porter
Ryan Farquhar is aiming for more success on the mountain course at 2014 classic TT races. During Tuesday nights 500 classic TT practice session Ryan competing on a 500 Paton secured lap speed of 111.102 mph.
Formula 1 practice has seen the three time TT winner lap in the 117.7 mph bracket on Harris Yamaha. Having made his return to competition in road racing this year Ryan has had a consistent year of racing which has included 7th place finish in lightweight TT.
At Oliver’s Mount Ryan now has over 100 wins following three wins at Barry Sheene road race festival plus at the mount flying Ryan during Ian Watson spring cup road races acquired two second place finishes in both super twin races.
Highly creditable results where also obtained at North West 200, in all its been a productive first season back racing for the seven times Duke road race rankings champion and 500 classic TT or formula 1 classic TT success would be the icing on the cake for him.