2007 ISLE OF MAN CENTENARY TT RESULTS SUMMARY

TT SUPERBIKE RACE

Monday, 4. Jun. 2007

John McGuinness scorched to his 12th TT victory when he took today’s delayed 6-lap Bennetts TT Superbike race, coming home ahead of young rivals Guy Martin and Ian Hutchinson. Postponed from Saturday and further delayed by two hours due to damp and misty conditions, the race eventually got underway at 12.45pm and the HM Plant Honda rider put in his usual quick first lap to head the field.

With an opening lap speed of 127.804mph, despite a few damp patches, McGuinness led Martin by 4.5 seconds with Hutchinson in third ahead of Martin Finnegan and Ian Lougher but the Hydrex Honda of Martin was making a fight of it and the gap had only extended by half a second at Ramsey Hairpin. However, a blistering run over the Mountain saw him break the class lap record at 128.279mph and a perfect pit stop saw his lead rocket up to 17 seconds – from here on in his lead was never under threat.

Martin suffered at both pit stops and having done the hard work of overhauling Hutchinson and Finnegan on the road, on both occasions he had to do it all over again but he managed to achieve the feat and continued to press hard. McGuinness, whose lead was up to 36 seconds at the end of lap four, rode to his signals for the remaining 75 miles though and allowed his advantage to drop down to 26 seconds at the chequered flag.

It was win number 12 for the Morecambe man, the third highest total in history, and he led home Martin and Hutchinson with the top six being completed by Finnegan, Lougher and Ryan Farquhar. Adrian Archibald took seventh ahead of Conor Cummins and Ian Armstrong whilst the excellent newcomer Steve Plater won the last of the silver replicas. There were also impressive performances from fellow first timers Keith Amor in 14th and Gary Johnson in 20th. Indeed, the honour of the fastest lap speed ever set by a newcomer fell to Amor whose last lap was a superb 123.750mph

 

Pl No Name Machine Home Town Time MPH
1 3 John McGuinness 2007 Honda Fireblade 1000cc / H M Morecambe 1h 48′ 11.17″ 125.55
2 8 GUY MARTIN 2007 Honda 1000cc / Hydrex Honda 1h 48′ 37.11″ 125.05
3 6 Ian Hutchinson 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / H M Plant Bingley 1h 49′ 17.33″ 124.28
4 4 Martin Finnegan 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / Alpha Boi Lusk, Co. Dublin 1h 49′ 35.71″ 123.94
5 7 Ian Lougher 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / Stobart M Dromore NI 1h 50′ 34.23″ 122.84
6 9 RYAN FARQUHAR 2007 Honda Fireblade 1000cc / Mark DUNGANNON NI 1h 50′ 54.77″ 122.46
7 2 Adrian Archibald 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Relentle Ballymoney, NI 1h 51′ 27.25″ 121.87
8 10 Conor Cummins 2007 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc / Tea 1h 52′ 19.00″ 120.93
9 13 Ian Armstrong 2004 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Canteen Sowerby Bridge 1h 53′ 07.65″ 120.07
10 31 Steve Plater 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / AIM Raci 1h 53′ 30.84″ 119.66
11 19 John Barton 2006 Honda CBR 1000cc / Marks Blo Crosby, IoM 1h 53′ 49.94″ 119.32
12 24 Dan Stewart 2006 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Wilcock C 1h 54′ 06.19″ 119.04
13 25 CHRIS PALMER 2005 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Solway Sl CASTLETOWN IOM 1h 54′ 13.34″ 118.92
14 16 Davy Morgan 2005 Honda 1000cc / Investasure Saintfield, NI 1h 54′ 23.65″ 118.74
15 15 GARY CARSWELL 2007 Kawasaki ZX10R 1000cc / Bolli MAUGHOLD IOM 1h 54′ 33.53″ 118.57
16 27 Ian Pattinson 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Martin Weardale 1h 54′ 34.06″ 118.56
17 23 JAMES MCBRIDE 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc KETTERING 1h 54′ 34.61″ 118.55
18 36 Stephen Oates 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Hallett Douglas, IoM 1h 55′ 12.92″ 117.89
19 28 Gary Johnson 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Speedfre 1h 55′ 43.39″ 117.37
20 35 PHILIP STEWART 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc 1h 55′ 47.05″ 117.31
21 26 Les Shand 2006 Honda CBR 1000cc / Barron Tr 1h 56′ 34.80″ 116.51
22 52 Paul Dobbs 2003 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Dave E Hamilton 1h 56′ 44.25″ 116.35
23 49 Craig Atkinson 2004 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Martin Bingley 1h 56′ 49.69″ 116.26
24 43 Michael Dunlop 2004 Yamaha 1000cc 1h 57′ 14.17″ 115.86
25 40 Mark Miller Aprillia 1000cc / Woolfman/Yo Shih 1h 57′ 15.61″ 115.84
26 53 GEORGE SPENCE 2006 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc 1h 57′ 46.92″ 115.32
27 41 Tim Maher 2005 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc 1h 57′ 59.20″ 115.12
28 70 David Coughlan 2005 Yamaha 1000cc / Marks Bloo 1h 57′ 59.51″ 115.12
29 58 Steve Harper 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc 1h 58′ 14.66″ 114.87
30 44 Dave Madsen-Mygdal 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / CSC Raci Douglas, IoM 1h 58′ 20.52″ 114.78
31 50 Frank Spenner 2004 Yamaha R1 1000cc / ADAC He 1h 58′ 34.97″ 114.54
32 54 Jimmy Moore 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / Team Bla 1h 58′ 39.11″ 114.48
33 68 Steve Kuenne 2006 Yamaha YZF 1000cc / Dave Sa Crewe 1h 58′ 54.00″ 114.24
34 69 DAVID PAREDES Yamaha R1 1000cc / Bill Smith Moto ARGENTINA 1h 59′ 06.06″ 114.04
35 55 Paul Shoesmith 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Speedfre 1h 59′ 09.53″ 113.99
36 39 Roger Maher 2006 Yamaha R1 1000cc 1h 59′ 16.01″ 113.89
37 46 Paul Duckett 2005 Kawasaki ZX10 RR 1000cc / W Foxdale, IoM 1h 59′ 26.55″ 113.72
38 66 Chris McGahan 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / McKinstry Sevenoaks 1h 59′ 32.05″ 113.63
39 71 Fabrice Miguet 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc France 1h 59′ 43.09″ 113.46
40 74 MARTIN HAMBERG 2006 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Hallett Avi SWEDEN 1h 59′ 57.51″ 113.23
41 59 David Milling 2006 Aprillia RSV 1000cc / Aprilia UK 2h 00′ 17.77″ 112.91
42 65 Christer Miinin 2006 Suzuki GSXE 1000cc / Martin B 2h 00′ 22.05″ 112.84
43 77 Alan Connor 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Dunsha Duleek 2h 00′ 27.36″ 112.76
44 56 ALAN (BUD) JACKSON 2005 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / BDS Fu KENDAL 2h 00′ 39.77″ 112.57
45 60 Thomas Schoenfelder 2005 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / ADAC 2h 00′ 43.34″ 112.51
46 80 Marc Ramsbotham 2006 Suzuki K6 1000cc 2h 00′ 47.12″ 112.45
47 64 KARSTEN SCHMIDT 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc GERMANY 2h 01′ 18.49″ 111.97
48 57 ANDREW MARSDEN 2004 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Austin Po BRISTOL 2h 01′ 45.13″ 111.56
49 81 Sandor Bitter 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc 2h 02′ 35.54″ 110.80
50 86 Christopher PETTY 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / York Su 2h 02′ 49.96″ 110.58
51 85 Ian MacKman 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Bill Smit 2h 03′ 03.75″ 110.37
52 88 David Hewson 2006 Kawasaki ZX10 1000cc 2h 03′ 12.43″ 110.24
53 67 DIRK KALETSCH 2004 Honda CBR 1000cc GERMANY 2h 03′ 42.85″ 109.79
54 75 Antonio Maeso 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc 2h 09′ 09.62″ 105.16

 

SIDECAR RACE A

McGuinness’ total of 12 wins was matched just a few hours later when Dave Molyneux came from behind to take the opening Bavaria Beer Sidecar race A, making it a doubly successful day for the HM Plant Honda team. Partnered for the first time by Rick Long, who equalled the late Wolfgang Kalauch’s passenger record of 7 TT wins, the duo overcame all their problems in practice to overhaul long time race leaders John Holden and Andrew Winkle on the final lap, winning at an average speed of 111.668mph.

The Manx pairing of Nick Crowe and Dan Sayle led in the early stages but after catching and passing Molyneux on the road, they were soon reported as touring at Quarry Bends and retired just a mile up the road at Sulby Crossroads whilst another pre-race favourite Klaus Klaffenbock and Christian Parzer only got as far as Ballacraine. Holden and Winkle then seized the lead and they led the field by just under 9 seconds at the end of the opening lap with Molyneux overtaking Steve Norbury and Scott Parnell for second.

However, Moly had now got the bit between his teeth and as he got more and more dialled in with both the circuit and his machine, he began to eat into Holden’s lead and going into the final lap it was less than two seconds. Norbury was holding on to a safe third ahead of Allan Schofield/Peter Founds and Simon Neary/Stuart Bond whilst Conrad Harrison/Kerry Williams and Nigel Connole/Jamie Winn were flying through the field from their start numbers of 24 and 25 respectively.

At the head of the field though, Molyneux and Long were in the ascendancy and with the fastest lap of the race, 112.736mph, they were able to not only reel in Holden and Winkle but also to pull away and they completed the three laps exactly six and a half seconds clear. Norbury and Parnell held on for third, the Yorkshire driver’s seventh successive podium and tenth in total, with Neary getting the better of Schofield for fifth. Connole came home in sixth ahead of Harrison with the top ten completed by Tony Elmer/Darren Marshall, Glyn Jones/Chris Lake and Andy Laidlow/Patrick Farrance.

Pl No Name Machine Home Town Time MPH
1 1 Dave Molyneux/Rick Long 2007 Honda CBR 600cc / H M Plant 1h 00′ 49.06″ 111.67
2 7 John Holden/Andrew Winkle 2007 Suzuki K6 600cc 1h 00′ 55.56″ 111.47
3 3 Steve Norbury/Scott Parnell 2007 Yamaha YZF R6 600cc / LOCK CASTLEFORD 1h 01′ 19.73″ 110.74
4 5 Simon Neary/Stuart Bond 2005 Yamaha R6 600cc / NEARY R 1h 01′ 43.11″ 110.04
5 16 Allan Schofield/Peter Founds 2006 Suzuki K6 600cc 1h 01′ 44.97″ 109.98
6 25 Nigel Connole/Jamie Winn 2005 Honda RR 600cc 1h 02′ 20.23″ 108.95
7 24 Conrad Harrison/Kerry Williams 2003 Honda CBR RR 600cc / Printin 1h 02′ 32.54″ 108.59
8 14 Tony Elmer/Darren Marshall 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc / D.L. Elmer LEEDS 1h 02′ 49.49″ 108.10
9 19 Glyn Jones/Chris Lake 2006 Honda RR 600cc / DSC Racing 1h 03′ 18.12″ 107.29
10 8 Andrew LAIDLOW/Patrick FARRANCE 2006 Suzuki GSXR 600cc Appleby 1h 03′ 20.19″ 107.23
11 10 Gary Bryan/Ivan Murray 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc 1h 03′ 30.66″ 106.93
12 6 Roy HANKS/David WELLS Suzuki K6 600cc / Rose Hanks Birmingham 1h 03′ 48.57″ 106.43
13 29 Brian Kelly/Dicky Gale 2005 Honda DMR 600cc 1h 04′ 35.14″ 105.15
14 20 Kenny HOWLES/Douglas JEWELL 2007 Suzuki GSXR 600cc / Clive Pric Kidderminster 1h 04′ 38.62″ 105.06
15 34 Nev JONES/Joe SHARDLOW 2007 Suzuki GSXR 600cc Gainsborough 1h 04′ 44.74″ 104.89
16 36 Mark Halliday/Mark Holland 2004 Kawasaki ZX6RR 600cc / HAZ NOTTINGHAM 1h 04′ 52.28″ 104.69
17 46 Douglas Wright/Dipash Chauhan Honda 600cc / Dougie Wright & Ed 1h 04′ 53.23″ 104.67
18 15 Roger Stockton/Peter Alton 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc Crewe 1h 05′ 06.60″ 104.31
19 31 Neil Kelly/Jason O’Connor 1998 Honda CBR 600cc PEEL IOM 1h 05′ 16.00″ 104.06
20 28 Howard BAKER/Nigel BARLOW 2005 Honda CBR 600cc / D & J Bike Sutton Coldfield 1h 05′ 35.77″ 103.53
21 23 Tony THIRKELL/Roy KING 2005 Honda 600 RR 600cc / Merlin R Thirsk 1h 05′ 50.50″ 103.15
22 18 Bill CURRIE/Philip BRIDGE 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc Chester 1h 06′ 00.87″ 102.88
23 26 Michael COOKSON/Chris HIBBERD 1998 Honda CBR 600cc Welshpool 1h 06′ 06.32″ 102.74
24 39 Peter Farrelly/Jason Miller 2002 Yamaha R6 600cc 1h 07′ 06.60″ 101.20
25 52 Steven Coombes/Darren Hope 2006 Honda Ireson RR 600cc / Clive 1h 07′ 28.17″ 100.66
26 38 Alan Langton/Christian Chaigneau 1997 Yamaha R6 600cc / Ray Sansb 1h 07′ 30.82″ 100.59
27 27 Eddy Wright/Martin Hull 2006 Honda 600 RR 600cc 1h 07′ 35.17″ 100.49
28 60 Peter Allebone/Bob Dowty 2005 Kawasaki ZX6 600cc 1h 07′ 35.19″ 100.49
29 33 Bryan Pedder/Rod Steadman 2002 Yamaha Thundercat 600cc / Bil 1h 08′ 20.98″ 99.36
30 47 Geoff Smale/Karl McGrath 1999 Honda Ireson 600cc / Selfdrive 1h 08′ 33.87″ 99.05
31 56 Keith Walters/James Hibberd 2006 Honda CBR 600cc 1h 08′ 37.68″ 98.96
32 48 Claude MONTAGNIER/Laurent SEYEUX 2007 Kawasaki ZXR 600cc France 1h 09′ 11.07″ 98.16
33 50 Michael Thompson/Bruce Moore 2001 Yamaha Thundercat 600cc 1h 09′ 16.70″ 98.03
34 55 Dick Tapken/Willem Vandis 2001 Suzuki GSXR 600cc / Dialled In 1h 09′ 32.93″ 97.65
35 45 Wayne Lockey/Stuart Stobbart 2000 Yamaha R6 600cc 1h 09′ 45.96″ 97.35
36 64 Eckhard Rossinger/Peter Hoss 2003 Suzuki GSXR 600cc 1h 09′ 59.66″ 97.03
37 49 Brian Alflatt/Herve Chenu 2004 Honda CBR 600cc 1h 10′ 28.40″ 96.37
38 30 Peter Nuttall/Neil Wheatley 2005 Honda RR 600cc 1h 12′ 43.64″ 93.38

Tuesday, 5. Jun. 2007

Bruce Anstey put behind him the disappointment of yesterday’s Superbike race retirement to claim Tuesday’s 4-lap PokerStars Superstock race in record-breaking fashion. The flying Kiwi shattered the lap record from a standing start and went quicker still on the second lap to take command of the race, eventually running out the winner by 40 seconds. HM Plant Honda riders John McGuinness and Ian Hutchinson occupied the second and third steps on the podium.

Anstey made his intentions clear from the start and had soon overhauled the much fancied MV Agusta of Martin Finnegan to open up a five second lead over nearest rival McGuinness. He continued to extend his advantage throughout the lap and no wonder – he completed the first lap at an unbelievable speed of 128.297mph. This gave him a nine second lead over Monday’s race winner McGuinness with Hutchinson just edging out Guy Martin for third.

With the Island bathed in glorious weather, Anstey and his Relentless Suzuki continued to press home their advantage and he hoisted the lap record to even new heights on the second lap, a lap of 128.400mph seeing his lead grow to a now commanding 23 seconds. McGuinness was still in second with Martin edging ahead of Hutchinson by the time they reached the Bungalow. However, it was to no avail as the Hydrex Honda ran out of petrol at Creg ny Baa whilst sixth placed Ryan Farquhar suffered the same misfortune at Bedstead.

Adrian Archibald was a first lap retirement so behind Finnegan, Mark Parrett, James McBride and Conor Cummins were having a tremendous dice for fifth with the excellent newcomer Gary Johnson up to eleventh.

At the front of the pack though it was that man Anstey who was powering ahead and he added to his lead between each and every checkpoint, also leading the race on the road. He took the chequered flag at the end of the four laps 40 seconds clear for his third successive Superstock TT victory and sixth TT win in total. For once, McGuinness was powerless to respond but he was still able to take an excellent second place, the 23rd podium of his now legendary TT career.

Pl No Name Machine Home Town Time MPH
1 5 Bruce Anstey 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Relentless New Zealand 1h 11′ 56.29″ 125.88
2 3 John McGuinness 2007 Honda Fireblade 1000cc / H M Plant
Morecambe 1h 12′ 36.59″ 124.71
3 6 Ian Hutchinson 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / H M Plant Bingley 1h 12′ 58.91″ 124.08
4 4 Martin Finnegan 2007 MV Agusta 1000cc / Alpha Boiler Lusk, Co. Dublin 1h 13′ 18.61″ 123.52
5 16 Conor Cummins 2007 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc / Tea 1h 14′ 00.26″ 122.36
6 10 MARK PARRETT 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / C & C Ltd MIDHURST 1h 14′ 03.65″ 122.27
7 12 JAMES MCBRIDE 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc KETTERING 1h 14′ 21.17″ 121.79
8 14 Ian Pattinson 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Martin Weardale 1h 14′ 24.54″ 121.70
9 11 GARY CARSWELL 1000 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc MAUGHOLD IOM 1h 14′ 51.91″ 120.95
10 21 Dan Stewart 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Wilcock C 1h 14′ 53.32″ 120.92
11 13 Ian Armstrong 2007 Suzuki GSX K7 1000cc / Power Sowerby Bridge 1h 15′ 03.51″ 120.64
12 29 Gary Johnson 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Speedfreak 1h 15′ 16.11″ 120.31
13 17 Nigel BEATTIE 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / CD Racing Laxey, Isle of Man 1h 15′ 21.68″ 120.16
14 7 Ian Lougher 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / Team Bla Dromore NI 1h 15′ 28.81″ 119.97
15 31 Steve Plater 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / AIM Racing 1h 15′ 30.20″ 119.93
16 32 Stephen Oates 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Hallett Douglas, IoM 1h 15′ 40.08″ 119.67
17 33 Mark Buckley 2006 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc / Cros 1h 15′ 40.90″ 119.65
18 46 Keith Amor 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / Site Weld 1h 15′ 46.37″ 119.51
19 25 Les Shand 2007 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc / Leed 1h 16′ 06.09″ 118.99
20 24 CHRIS PALMER 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / NCT Raci CASTLETOWN IOM 1h 16′ 06.67″ 118.97
21 48 Paul Dobbs 2003 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Dave E Hamilton 1h 16′ 32.94″ 118.29
22 54 David Coughlan 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / R&C du 1h 16′ 45.01″ 117.98
23 37 Stefano Bonetti Suzuki GSXR 1000cc 1h 17′ 01.97″ 117.55
24 38 Mark Miller Aprillia 1000cc / Woolfman/Yo Shih 1h 17′ 08.45″ 117.39
25 50 Jimmy Moore 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / Team Bla 1h 17′ 09.47″ 117.36
26 57 Paul Shoesmith 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Speedfre 1h 17′ 10.36″ 117.34
27 45 Frank Spenner 2004 Yamaha R1 1000cc / ADAC He 1h 17′ 14.25″ 117.24
28 40 Paul Owen 2006 Kawasaki ZX10R 1000cc / Bac Llangollen 1h 17′ 15.47″ 117.21
29 52 Steve Kuenne 2006 Yamaha YZF 1000cc / Dave Sa Crewe 1h 17′ 33.17″ 116.76
30 49 GEORGE SPENCE 2005 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc 1h 17′ 39.46″ 116.60
31 26 John Burrows 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / H.M. Sp Dungannon, NI 1h 17′ 39.99″ 116.59
32 61 Steve Harper 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc 1h 17′ 53.81″ 116.25
33 30 Liam Quinn 2006 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Team Ra Lisburn, NI 1h 18′ 00.60″ 116.08
34 47 Tim Poole 2007 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc / Bill S 1h 18′ 00.80″ 116.07
35 44 Dave Madsen-Mygdal 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / CSC Raci Douglas, IoM 1h 18′ 06.87″ 115.92
36 19 John Barton 2007 Suzuki K7 1000cc / Marks Bloo Crosby, IoM 1h 18′ 33.21″ 115.27
37 34 James Edmeades 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Speedfre 1h 18′ 37.87″ 115.16
38 87 Ian MacKman 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Bill Smit 1h 18′ 38.86″ 115.14
39 43 Christer Miinin 2006 Suzuki GSXE 1000cc / Martin B 1h 18′ 38.94″ 115.13
40 51 DAVID PAREDES Yamaha R1 1000cc / Bill Smith Moto ARGENTINA 1h 18′ 51.83″ 114.82
41 59 JOHN CRELLIN Honda CBR 1000cc / J Richards DOUGLAS IOM 1h 19′ 16.01″ 114.24
42 80 Marc Ramsbotham 2006 Suzuki K6 1000cc 1h 19′ 18.61″ 114.18
43 74 Alan Connor 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Dunsha Duleek 1h 19′ 20.83″ 114.12
44 53 ALAN (BUD) JACKSON 2005 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / BDS Fu KENDAL 1h 19′ 21.86″ 114.10
45 55 Thomas Schoenfelder 2005 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / ADAC 1h 19′ 30.77″ 113.88
46 65 Chris McGahan 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / McKinstry Sevenoaks 1h 19′ 32.22″ 113.85
47 84 Robert Barber 2005 Suzuki GSXR 750cc 1h 19′ 52.03″ 113.38
48 68 Fabrice Miguet 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc France 1h 19′ 56.14″ 113.28
49 89 Mike Crellin Honda CBR 1000cc Douglas, IoM 1h 20′ 49.35″ 112.04
50 73 Derran Slous 2005 Suzuki GSXR 750cc Ramsey, IoM 1h 20′ 49.56″ 112.03
51 58 ANDREW MARSDEN 2004 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Austin Po BRISTOL 1h 20′ 51.94″ 111.98
52 88 Christopher PETTY 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / York Su 1h 21′ 00.27″ 111.79
53 85 David Hewson 2006 Kawasaki ZX10 1000cc 1h 21′ 39.06″ 110.90
54 76 Michael HOSE 2003 Aprillia RSVR 1000cc / Mike Ho Merseyside 1h 22′ 11.35″ 110.18
55 78 Antonio Maeso 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc 1h 23′ 23.79″ 108.58
56 82 John Nisill 2006 Yamaha R1 1000cc / PR Haula 1h 24′ 19.37″ 107.39
57 67 Bob Collins 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / 2Bob R 1h 24′ 26.33″ 107.24
Wednesday, 6. Jun. 2007

Ian Hutchinson took his first ever TT victory when he claimed today’s dramatic and record-breaking PokerStars Supersport race by just 2.84 seconds. The HM Plant Honda rider seized control at half race distance when early leader Bruce Anstey’s Suzuki refused to fire as he left the pits and the Bingley rider needed no second invitation. The race went all the way to the chequered flag though and no less than ten seconds covered the top four with John McGuinness taking second once more, this time on the Padgett’s Honda, ahead of Guy Martin (Hydrex Honda) and Anstey. All four riders broke the old lap record with Martin taking it on the final lap at 125.161mph.

It was Anstey who set the pace in the early stages and with two lap records in the first two laps, including the first ever 125mph lap on a 600cc machine, he seemingly had the race under control. His advantage was always slight though but as he came into the pits he was four and a half seconds ahead of McGuinness with Hutchinson seven seconds back in third. Martin was less than half a second adrift in fourth but two riders already out of luck were Adrian Archibald and Michael Rutter who were forced to retire on the first and second laps respectively.

As the riders left the pits, Anstey’s machine refused to start and it took almost the entire length of pit lane before it chimed into life. He had lost 23 seconds in total but it was Hutchinson who was now in the lead with his team getting him in and out quicker than the opposition and he was now seven seconds in the lead. McGuinness was still in second with Martin promoted to third and the luckless Anstey down in fourth.

The Kiwi clawed back Hutchinson’s advantage on the road but he was unable to make any further ground so all eyes were now focused on the three way dice for the lead. Matching each other at each section of the course, it was only on the Mountain run that McGuinness was able to make any impression but as they went into their final lap Hutchy still held sway by 5 seconds.

It was a similar story on the final lap and McGuinness, Anstey and Martin broke the lap record in quick succession but Hutchinson’s final lap of 124.483mph was enough to see him take his first TT win, firmly vindicating Honda’s decision to sign him in the close season. McGuinness had to accept second behind his close friend whilst Martin got his second podium of the week just ahead of Anstey.

The next few places were also hotly contested and there was Manx joy with Nigel Beattie taking fifth ahead of his young teammate Conor Cummins. Ryan Farquhar had held onto fifth in the early laps but he dropped back to seventh defeating the sensational Steve Plater by less than half a second. Chris Palmer had a great ride into ninth with Ian Lougher rounding out the top ten. There were again excellent performances by Keith Amor and Jimmy Moore with the pairing taking 12th and 15th respectively, the Scotsman also setting the fifth fastest lap of the race.

Pl No Name Machine Home Town Time MPH
1 6 Ian Hutchinson 2007 Honda CBR 600cc / H M Plant Honda Raci Bingley 1h 13′ 29.11″ 123.23
2 3 John McGuinness 2007 Honda CBR 600cc / Padgetts Honda Morecambe 1h 13′ 31.95″ 123.15
3 8 GUY MARTIN 2007 Honda 600cc / Hydrex Honda 1h 13′ 35.92″ 123.04
4 5 Bruce Anstey 2007 Suzuki GSXR 600cc / Relentless by TAS New Zealand 1h 13′ 38.27″ 122.97
5 11 Nigel BEATTIE 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc / CD Racing/Millsport R Laxey, Isle of Man 1h 15′ 03.59″ 120.64
6 10 Conor Cummins 2007 Yamaha YZF R6 600cc / Team Millsport R 1h 15′ 10.08″ 120.47
7 1 RYAN FARQUHAR 2007 Kawasaki ZX6 600cc / Harker Racing DUNGANNON NI 1h 15′ 14.46″ 120.35
8 31 Steve Plater 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc / AIM Racing 1h 15′ 14.93″ 120.34
9 15 CHRIS PALMER 2005 Honda CBR 600cc / Solway Slate & Tile CASTLETOWN IOM 1h 15′ 15.20″ 120.33
10 7 Ian Lougher 2007 Honda CBR 600cc / Team Blackhorse Rac Dromore NI 1h 15′ 34.94″ 119.81
11 14 Dan Stewart 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc / Wilcock Consulting 1h 15′ 41.99″ 119.62
12 28 Keith Amor 2005 Honda RR 600cc / Wilson Craig/Uel Dunc 1h 15′ 45.03″ 119.54
13 9 Martin Finnegan 2007 Honda CBR 600cc / Alpha Boilers Racing Lusk, Co. Dublin 1h 16′ 05.56″ 119.00
14 22 Ian Pattinson 2006 Honda CBR 600cc / Martin Bullock Racete Weardale 1h 16′ 08.61″ 118.92
15 30 Jimmy Moore 2007 Honda CBR 600cc / Team Blackhorse Rac 1h 16′ 22.98″ 118.55
16 21 Ian Armstrong 2006 Honda CBR 600cc / Padgetts Honda Sowerby Bridge 1h 16′ 23.94″ 118.53
17 44 Roy Richardson 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc / Ian Barnes Racing Blackpool 1h 16′ 34.44″ 118.25
18 26 Les Shand 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc / McKinstry Skip Hire 1h 16′ 51.20″ 117.83
19 25 JAMES MCBRIDE 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc KETTERING 1h 16′ 51.94″ 117.81
20 40 Paul Dobbs 2005 Triumph Daytona 675cc / Action Triumph Hamilton 1h 17′ 19.07″ 117.12
21 18 GARY CARSWELL 2006 Honda CBR RR 600cc / Crossan Motorcyc MAUGHOLD IOM 1h 17′ 40.45″ 116.58
22 37 Stephen Oates 2006 Suzuki GSXR 600cc / Hallett Aviation Douglas, IoM 1h 17′ 40.78″ 116.57
23 33 Adrian McFARLAND 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc / Team Hardship Racin 1h 17′ 53.39″ 116.26
24 39 Mark Buckley 2006 Honda CBR 600cc / Crossan Motorcycles 1h 17′ 55.99″ 116.19
25 46 Tim Poole 2007 Triumph 675cc / Bill Smith Motorcycles 1h 18′ 15.56″ 115.71
26 35 Craig Atkinson 2006 Honda CBR 600cc / Martin Bullock Racete Bingley 1h 18′ 16.52″ 115.68
27 24 Paul Owen 2004 Honda CBR 600cc / Rapid Racing Llangollen 1h 18′ 32.00″ 115.30
28 54 David Milling 2006 Honda 600cc / Dave Milling Motorcycles 1h 18′ 34.42″ 115.25
29 20 Davy Morgan 2007 Honda 600cc / Autotech Saintfield, NI 1h 18′ 48.07″ 114.91
30 48 Stefano Bonetti Honda CBR 600cc 1h 18′ 53.57″ 114.78
31 71 Paul Shoesmith 2004 Yamaha R6 600cc / Speedfreak Racing 1h 19′ 18.18″ 114.19
32 53 Paul Duckett 2007 Triumph 675 RR 675cc / Investasure Foxdale, IoM 1h 19′ 32.21″ 113.85
33 43 Mark Miller Honda 600cc / Woolfman/Yo Shiharu/Padgetts 1h 19′ 33.88″ 113.81
34 52 Dave Madsen-Mygdal 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc / CSC Racing Douglas, IoM 1h 19′ 39.73″ 113.67
35 76 David Coughlan Honda RR 600cc / ATM Construction 1h 19′ 45.08″ 113.54
36 56 Chris McGahan 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc / Manx Glass and Glazi Sevenoaks 1h 19′ 53.68″ 113.34
37 51 Alan Bennie 2005 Honda CBR 600cc Strathmiglo 1h 19′ 55.09″ 113.31
38 45 Philip HARVEY 2006 Yamaha YZF-R6 600cc / theFSD.com 1h 20′ 02.69″ 113.13
39 34 Manfred Vogl 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc Bavaria, Germany 1h 20′ 21.78″ 112.68
40 50 KARSTEN SCHMIDT 2004 Ducati 750R 750cc GERMANY 1h 20′ 22.18″ 112.67
41 57 Michael HOSE 2005 Honda CBR 600cc / RJP Racing Merseyside 1h 20′ 40.98″ 112.23
42 67 Thomas Schoenfelder Suzuki GSXR 600cc / ADAC Hessent-Thuering 1h 20′ 46.47″ 112.11
43 60 Derran Slous 2005 Honda RR 600cc Ramsey, IoM 1h 20′ 48.81″ 112.05
44 78 Steve Harper Honda 600cc 1h 20′ 55.21″ 111.90
45 65 JOHN CRELLIN Yamaha R6 600cc / J Richards DOUGLAS IOM 1h 21′ 09.14″ 111.58
46 81 Alan Connor 2006 Suzuki GSXR 600cc / Dunshaughlin RRS Duleek 1h 21′ 18.74″ 111.36
47 70 Mike Crellin Yamaha R6 600cc Douglas, IoM 1h 21′ 29.06″ 111.13
48 82 Ian MacKman Suzuki GSXR 600cc / Bill Smith Motorcycles 1h 21′ 33.28″ 111.03
49 74 ETIENNE GODART Honda 600cc / Martin Bullock Raceteam 1h 21′ 33.78″ 111.02
50 89 Christopher PETTY 2005 Honda CBR 600cc / Dave Milling Motorcyc 1h 22′ 00.16″ 110.43
51 62 ALAN (BUD) JACKSON 2004 Yamaha R6 600cc / ODDFELLOWS ARM KENDAL 1h 22′ 08.31″ 110.24
52 63 PHILIP GILMOUR 2004 Yamaha R6 600cc / Austin Powered Racin DOUGLAS IOM 1h 22′ 30.42″ 109.75
53 79 Robert Barber 2007 Triumph Daytona 675cc 1h 22′ 32.53″ 109.70
54 84 Angelo Conti 2007 Triumph Daytona 675cc 1h 22′ 41.58″ 109.50
55 66 Kevin Murphy 2004 Triumph Daytona 600cc / C & C Ltd Douglas, IoM 1h 24′ 23.19″ 107.31
56 85 John Nisill 2007 Honda CBR 600cc / Greenhey Engineerin 1h 24′ 51.92″ 106.70
57 88 WADE BOYD 2005 Kawasaki ZX6 600cc / Hallett Aviation Rac San Francisco, USA 1h 24′ 59.66″ 106.54

SIDECAR RACE B

The second Bavaria F2 Sidecar race was equally as dramatic as Dave Molyneux and Rick Long claimed their second win of the week. It was Moly’s 13th win and Long’s 8th, firmly cementing their standing as the most successful driver and passenger in the TT’s history. However, it could have been so very different had Nick Crowe and Daniel Sayle not retired on the final lap.

The duo created their own bit of history as they moved the sidecar lap record to an astounding 116.667mph and they led the race by a commanding 38 seconds. No sooner had they crossed the line though their race was over with the engine expiring as they climbed Ballahutchin after exiting Union Mills. There was also heartbreak for Klaus Klaffenbock and Christian Parzer who looked like they may secure their first ever podium but they also retired on the final lap.

Molyneux was glad to accept the lead and he came home over 25 seconds clear of John Holden and Andrew Winkle with Steve Norbury and Scott Parnell again taking third, for a repeat of Monday’s podium.

Norbury seized third on the final lap after the retirements of Crowe and Klaffenbock as well as Allan Schofield slowing on the third lap. Schofield and Peter Founds looked like they would claim their first ever podium but with Gary Horspole and Mark Cox crashing in front of them at Ballaugh they were unsettled and they dropped back to fifth with Simon Neary and Stuart Bond slotting into fourth. Cox escaped injury in the spill whilst Horspole suffered a shoulder injury.

Nigel Connole/Jamie Winn and Conrad Harrison/Kerry Williams again came through the field to take excellent sixth and seventh places with the top ten completed by Glyn Jones/Chris Lake, Tony Elmer/Darren Marshall and Kenny Howles/Doug Jewell.

Pl No Name Machine Home Town Time MPH
1 1 Dave Molyneux/Rick Long 2007 Honda CBR 600cc / H M Plant Honda Raci 59′ 39.11″ 113.85
2 7 John Holden/Andrew Winkle 2007 Suzuki K6 600cc 1h 00′ 05.26″ 113.03
3 3 Steve Norbury/Scott Parnell 2007 Yamaha YZF R6 600cc / LOCKSIDE ENG CASTLEFORD 1h 01′ 07.80″ 111.10
4 5 Simon Neary/Stuart Bond 2005 Yamaha R6 600cc / NEARY RACING 1h 01′ 21.70″ 110.68
5 16 Allan Schofield/Peter Founds 2006 Suzuki K6 600cc 1h 01′ 44.80″ 109.99
6 25 Nigel Connole/Jamie Winn 2005 Honda RR 600cc 1h 01′ 49.55″ 109.85
7 24 Conrad Harrison/Kerry Williams 2003 Honda CBR RR 600cc / Printing Roller Ser 1h 02′ 01.81″ 109.49
8 19 Glyn Jones/Chris Lake 2006 Honda RR 600cc / DSC Racing 1h 02′ 35.84″ 108.49
9 14 Tony Elmer/Darren Marshall 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc / D.L. Elmer LEEDS 1h 02′ 37.52″ 108.45
10 20 Kenny HOWLES/Douglas JEWELL 2007 Suzuki GSXR 600cc / Clive Price Racing Kidderminster 1h 02′ 59.14″ 107.83
11 10 Gary Bryan/Ivan Murray 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc 1h 03′ 06.02″ 107.63
12 8 Andrew LAIDLOW/Patrick FARRANCE 2006 Suzuki GSXR 600cc Appleby 1h 03′ 42.95″ 106.59
13 15 Roger Stockton/Peter Alton 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc Crewe 1h 03′ 47.23″ 106.47
14 21 Dave Wallis/Philip Iremonger 2000 Honda CBR RR 600cc / Compass 1h 04′ 08.45″ 105.88
15 46 Douglas Wright/Dipash Chauhan Honda 600cc / Dougie Wright & Eddy Wright M 1h 04′ 45.81″ 104.87
16 18 Bill CURRIE/Philip BRIDGE 2007 Yamaha R6 600cc Chester 1h 04′ 55.30″ 104.61
17 29 Brian Kelly/Dicky Gale 2005 Honda DMR 600cc 1h 05′ 09.32″ 104.23
18 31 Neil Kelly/Jason O’Connor 1998 Honda CBR 600cc PEEL IOM 1h 05′ 22.79″ 103.88
19 23 Tony THIRKELL/Roy KING 2005 Honda 600 RR 600cc / Merlin Race Paint Thirsk 1h 05′ 25.88″ 103.79
20 26 Michael COOKSON/Chris HIBBERD 1998 Honda CBR 600cc Welshpool 1h 05′ 46.20″ 103.26
21 37 Rod BELLAS/Geoff KNIGHT 2007 Honda 600cc York 1h 06′ 00.99″ 102.87
22 27 Eddy Wright/Martin Hull 2006 Honda 600 RR 600cc 1h 06′ 02.99″ 102.82
23 53 Dylan Lynch/Aaron Galligan 2006 Honda R6 600cc 1h 06′ 18.40″ 102.42
24 30 Peter Nuttall/Neil Wheatley 2005 Honda RR 600cc 1h 06′ 27.14″ 102.20
25 41 Francois LEBLOND/Sylvie LEBLOND 2000 Honda CBR 600cc Unknown 1h 06′ 34.20″ 102.02
26 54 Mike Roscher/Michael Hildebrand 1997 Yamaha Thundercat 600cc 1h 07′ 23.73″ 100.77
27 64 Eckhard Rossinger/Peter Hoss 2003 Suzuki GSXR 600cc 1h 07′ 45.14″ 100.24
28 33 Bryan Pedder/Rod Steadman 2002 Yamaha Thundercat 600cc / Bill & Neil Co 1h 07′ 50.68″ 100.10
29 38 Alan Langton/Christian Chaigneau 1997 Yamaha R6 600cc / Ray Sansbury 1h 08′ 02.72″ 99.81
30 48 Claude MONTAGNIER/Laurent SEYEUX 2007 Kawasaki ZXR 600cc France 1h 08′ 09.09″ 99.65
31 63 Jean-Louis Hergott/Christophe Darras 2005 Suzuki GSXR 600cc 1h 08′ 15.95″ 99.49
32 42 Wal Saunders/Eddy Kiff 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc / Dialled In Racing 1h 08′ 28.42″ 99.18
33 45 Wayne Lockey/Stuart Stobbart 2000 Yamaha R6 600cc 1h 08′ 46.35″ 98.75
34 40 Alan Warner/Bert Vloemans 2000 Kawasaki Ireson 600cc / Dialled In Racing 1h 08′ 53.70″ 98.58
35 55 Dick Tapken/Willem Vandis 2001 Suzuki GSXR 600cc / Dialled In Racing 1h 09′ 35.04″ 97.60
36 68 Robert Handcock/Mathew Buckley 1998 Yamaha R6 600cc 1h 09′ 40.12″ 97.48
37 47 Geoff Smale/Karl McGrath 1999 Honda Ireson 600cc / Selfdrive Hire Ltd 1h 10′ 42.02″ 96.06
38 66 Masahito Watanabe/Hideyuki Yoshida 2007 Honda PC47E 600cc / Rising Sun Racing 1h 11′ 12.43″ 95.38
39 67 Ian Salter/Deborah Salter 2006 Honda CBR 600cc 1h 11′ 30.33″ 94.98
40 58 Ruth Laidlow/Mike Killingsworth 2007 Suzuki GSXR 600cc / ACTION MOTORC 1h 11′ 44.56″ 94.66
41 70 Colin Smith/Tony Palacio 2003 Honda RR 600cc 1h 12′ 33.98″ 93.59
42 39 Peter Farrelly/Jason Miller 2002 Yamaha R6 600cc 1h 12′ 43.01″ 93.40

Friday, 8. Jun. 2007

John McGuinness set the Isle of Man alight in Friday’s Senior TT sponsored by Pokerstars when he not only led the race from start to finish, but also became the first man to break the magical 130mph barrier.

A second lap speed of 130.354mph sent the HM Plant Honda rider into the record books once more and the win was his 13th victory in total. In a repeat of Monday’s Bennetts TT Superbike race Guy Martin and Ian Hutchinson again took second and third positions.

McGuinness made his usual fast start to break the outright lap record from a standing start, but Martin was pushing him hard and there was only seconds in it in the first 24 miles. However, John’s mastery of the Mountain section was again evident and by the time the riders had completed their first lap he was almost 10 seconds clear.

Martin matched him over the first part of the second lap and although he was also inside the old lap record with a speed of 129.816mph, John’s scintillating 130mph+ lap sent him clear. Martin had pulled clear of Hutchinson, while another pre-race favourite, Bruce Anstey, was out early on and Irish hopes were also dashed with Martin Finnegan and Ryan Farquhar both early retirements.

With yet another superb pit stop McGuinness’ lead was extended further, while Martin had caught Hutchinson on the roads. Ian Lougher was in a secure fourth, but fifth place was anything but, with Adrian Archibald and Conor Cummins disputing the position.

At the head of the field McGuinness’ lead was up to 23 seconds and, although Martin chipped away at his disadvantage, John had everything under control and pulled away on the final two laps. His final winning margin was over 32 seconds, although his cause was aided slightly when Guy ran into trouble at two-thirds race distance, the chain jumping off the sprocket from the fourth lap onwards. A change of wheel at his second pit stop didn’t help so he nursed the machine home to take another second place, his third podium of the week.

Hutchinson’s excellent week continued with third place although he later admitted to having a somewhat lonely race as he was 20 seconds behind Guy and 20 seconds ahead of Lougher, who salvaged his week with a solid fourth. Archibald got the better of Cummins to give Relentless Suzuki by TAS a result, although the young Manxman took his fourth top 10 finish of the week and reclaimed the title of the fastest Manxman with a second lap speed of 126.466mph.

Steve Plater’s brilliant debut week continued with 7th place and a lap of 125.808mph firmly cemented his place as the fastest ever newcomer in the history of the event. Michael Rutter finally got to see the chequered flag in 8th, also setting his personal best lap with the top ten being completed by Ian Armstrong, who was again the first of the privateers, and James McBride.

The final day was marred by an incident at the 26th Milestone. Marc Ramsbotham, 34, from Norfolk, died from injuries sustained in the Senior race. He was involved in an incident at the 26th Milestone on the Mountain and was confirmed dead at the scene.

The incident also involved four other people. One spectator was also confirmed dead at the scene. Another spectator was confirmed dead after admission at Noble’s Hospital. Two further people were also involved in the incident and have sustained injuries.

Pl No Name Machine Home Town Time MPH
1 3 John McGuinness 2007 Honda Fireblade 1000cc / H M Plant Hond Morecambe 1h 46′ 44.23″ 127.26
2 8 GUY MARTIN 2007 Honda 1000cc / Hydrex Honda 1h 47′ 16.96″ 126.61
3 6 Ian Hutchinson 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / H M Plant Honda Ra Bingley 1h 48′ 04.60″ 125.68
4 7 Ian Lougher 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / Stobart Motorsport Dromore NI 1h 49′ 08.12″ 124.46
5 2 Adrian Archibald 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Relentless by TAS Ballymoney, NI 1h 49′ 21.61″ 124.20
6 10 Conor Cummins 2007 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc / Team Millsport 1h 49′ 47.86″ 123.71
7 11 Steve Plater 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / AIM Racing 1h 50′ 21.67″ 123.08
8 1 Michael Rutter 2007 Kawasaki ZX10 R 1000cc / MSS Discover 1h 50′ 42.22″ 122.70
9 13 Ian Armstrong 2004 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Canteen Smithy Sowerby Bridge 1h 51′ 56.08″ 121.35
10 23 JAMES MCBRIDE 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc KETTERING 1h 51′ 59.14″ 121.29
11 25 CHRIS PALMER 2005 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Solway Slate & Tile CASTLETOWN IOM 1h 52′ 10.23″ 121.09
12 27 Ian Pattinson 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Martin Bullock Rac Weardale 1h 52′ 34.07″ 120.66
13 15 GARY CARSWELL 2007 Kawasaki ZX10R 1000cc / Bolliger Kawas MAUGHOLD IOM 1h 52′ 44.30″ 120.48
14 33 Mark Buckley Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Crossan Motorcycles 1h 52′ 53.42″ 120.32
15 26 Les Shand 2006 Honda CBR 1000cc / Barron Transport 1h 53′ 35.52″ 119.58
16 22 Gary Johnson 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Speedfreak Racing 1h 54′ 16.91″ 118.85
17 40 Mark Miller Aprillia 1000cc / Woolfman/Yo Shiharu/Padgett 1h 54′ 25.46″ 118.71
18 28 Stephen Oates 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Hallett Aviation Douglas, IoM 1h 54′ 33.81″ 118.56
19 35 PHILIP STEWART 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc 1h 54′ 34.42″ 118.55
20 52 Paul Dobbs 2003 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Dave East Enginee Hamilton 1h 54′ 44.70″ 118.37
21 51 Stefano Bonetti Suzuki GSXR 1000cc 1h 55′ 13.49″ 117.88
22 49 Craig Atkinson 2004 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Martin Bullock Rac Bingley 1h 55′ 16.26″ 117.83
23 55 Paul Shoesmith 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Speedfreak Racing 1h 55′ 30.03″ 117.60
24 56 Roy Richardson 2006 Yamaha R6 600cc / Ian Barnes Racing Blackpool 1h 55′ 49.30″ 117.27
25 53 GEORGE SPENCE 2006 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc 1h 56′ 07.52″ 116.97
26 64 Adrian McFARLAND 2005 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Team Hardship Raci 1h 56′ 23.25″ 116.70
27 60 Ian MacKman 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Bill Smith Motorcyc 1h 56′ 42.24″ 116.39
28 47 Tim Poole 2007 Yamaha YZF R1 1000cc / Bill Smith Motor 1h 56′ 47.37″ 116.30
29 46 Paul Duckett 2005 Kawasaki ZX10 RR 1000cc / Wislon & Coll Foxdale, IoM 1h 57′ 01.17″ 116.07
30 62 Thomas Schoenfelder 2005 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / ADAC Hessent-Th 1h 57′ 03.55″ 116.03
31 34 James Edmeades 2007 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Speedfreak Racing 1h 57′ 04.63″ 116.02
32 66 JOHN CRELLIN 2002 Suzuki GSX 1000cc / J Richards DOUGLAS IOM 1h 57′ 14.73″ 115.85
33 54 Steve Harper 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc 1h 57′ 26.44″ 115.66
34 43 William Dunlop 2006 Kawasaki 600cc / Lilley Racing 1h 57′ 40.71″ 115.42
35 61 DAVID PAREDES Yamaha R1 1000cc / Bill Smith Motorcycles ARGENTINA 1h 58′ 03.03″ 115.06
36 73 Fabrice Miguet 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc France 1h 58′ 18.57″ 114.81
37 58 ANDREW MARSDEN 2004 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Austin Powered Raci BRISTOL 1h 58′ 21.89″ 114.75
38 79 Alan Connor 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / Dunshaughlin RRS Duleek 1h 58′ 30.85″ 114.61
39 45 David Milling 2006 Honda 600cc / Dave Milling Motorcycles 1h 58′ 44.42″ 114.39
40 57 ALAN (BUD) JACKSON 2005 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / BDS Fuels KENDAL 1h 59′ 52.35″ 113.31
41 75 Christopher PETTY 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc / York Suzuki Centr 2h 00′ 03.16″ 113.14
42 80 Derran Slous 2005 Suzuki GSXR 750cc Ramsey, IoM 2h 00′ 10.73″ 113.02
43 67 KARSTEN SCHMIDT 2004 Ducati 750cc GERMANY 2h 00′ 34.72″ 112.65
44 71 Robert Barber 2007 Triumph Daytona 675cc 2h 01′ 51.36″ 111.47
45 74 David Hewson 2006 Kawasaki ZX10 1000cc 2h 02′ 20.01″ 111.03
46 81 ETIENNE GODART Honda 600cc / Martin Bullock Raceteam 2h 03′ 13.79″ 110.22
47 78 Sandor Bitter 2006 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc 2h 03′ 44.00″ 109.83

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