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TT 2015 – Bruce Almighty On Top

Bruce Anstey was on top form in opening timed practice session at TT 2015 as he lapped at an excellent 128.641 mph on Valvoline Racing by Padgetts Motorcycles CBR 1000 Honda Fireblade.


Photo by Louis Porter

Finishing second fastest was Honda Racing’s John McGuinness who proved that once again he will be a force to be reckoned with in superbike and senior TT races securing lap speed of 128.596 mph.

Ian Hutchinson continued his fine start to TT 2015 with impressive lap speed of 128.300 mph on Paul Bird Motorsport’s ZX10R Kawasaki.

Fourth fastest was Tyco BMW’s Guy Martin who clocked lap speed of 127.453 mph whilst Conor Cummins showed good speed lapping at 127.388 mph.

Michael Rutter at 127.268 mph, Gary Johnson at 127.257 mph both showed they have the talent, speed, pace and ability to be front running contenders on the superbike this year at TT Races.

Whilst James Hillier showed his undoubted TT quality with lap speed of 126.108 mph on Quattro Plant backed ZX10R Kawasaki.

Jamie Hamilton and Lee Johnston both showed rising potential around the mountain course with lap speeds of 125.572 mph and 125.169 mph.

Michael Dunlop had a productive first timed practice session with lap speed of 124.519 on the ultra fast Milwaukee Yamaha superbike.

Further stand out lap speeds included Keith Amor 125.487 mph whilst one of the main highlights of the evening’s practice was Ian Hutchinson getting in four laps in excess of over 126.9 mph.

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