RR » POLL: Can anyone stop John McGuinness at TT 2013?


Will TT Superbike king John McGuinness reign again on the Honda Legends Fireblade next year?

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ral road racing rules - Unregistered

December 09, 2012 1:13 PM

i agree with all the comments but i have a feeling antsey johnston amd donald will defo be at the front as well which makes this years TT sooo close to call. i cant wait. best motorsport event going in the world in my opinion.

Dazza22 - Unregistered

December 09, 2012 8:38 PM

Nobody got close to a fully fit ian hutchinson, his times (as far as i am aware) havent been matched, mcguinness is king at the moment but beware... Hutchy is on the mend and is the number 1 for me.... Come on ian get better soon!!!!!

Richard Mushet

December 10, 2012 9:02 PM

McPint is the man when it comes to the litre bikes, but some of the performances we've seen from other riders will make next year pretty unpredictable.

Anstey and Mickey D. on the Stockers, the Dunlops and Gaz on the Supersports and any one of half a dozen guys on the Superbike/Senior. Not sure who voted for Rutter, but his only chances are on the Twin and Tron bikes, surely?

Oh yeah, don't forget James Hillier too. He's on the verge of a podium, I'm certain of it...

whitehead

December 24, 2012 9:28 AM

@ Yes Yes Yes.
Have to disagree with you there man,Brookes will never run the same pace as the top riders on his first attempt, he would be very foolish if he even tried.
M Dunlop on a Legends Fireblade, given good weather he,ll crack the lap record.I also think the 133.99 at the Ulster GP will go as well.

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