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John Holden makes his mark in the Sidecar class

As the session wore on though, it was Hutchinson and Donald who climbed to the top of the leaderboard, the duo continuing on their Superbikes. Hutchinson's third lap was an impressive 126.867mph, but on his fourth and final lap of the evening he put in an impressive lap of 128.302mph to jump to top of the leaderboard.

Donald improved to 127.274mph with Archibald at 127.056mph and Anstey on 126.020mph. Meanwhile, Farquhar was impressing on the Superstock machine at 126.799mph whilst Olie Linsdell completed one lap on the Moto2 Honda at 115.02mph.

David Johnson and Stephen Thompson were the best of the newcomers, the Australian lapping at a highly impressive 113.020mph. Thompson was second quickest of the first timers at 109.685mph followed by Brian McCormack at 107.122 and Tony Czyzewski at 106.617mph.

Johnson also lapped above 110mph on his 600cc machine, Brandon Cretu the second quickest here on 104.540mph.

In the F2 Sidecars, Dave Molyneux/Patrick Farrance led the field away followed by John Holden/Andy Winkle, Tim Reeves/Dipash Chauhan, Klaus Klaffenbock/Dan Sayle, Simon Neary/Paul Knapton and Conrad Harrison/Kerry Williams.

Holden was first back at 111.323mph and carried on for a second lap whilst Molyneux recorded 108.333mph before pulling straight in. However, it was Klaffenbock who was quickest at 111.324mph and he improved to 111.761mph second time around,
Holden also going quicker at 111.576mph.

Neary was also above 110mph but Reeves was out of luck stopping at Barregarrow with Greg Lambert pulling in at the Creg and Bill Currie at Appledene.

Provisional Times:

Poker Stars Superbike TT
1. Ian Hutchinson Padgetts Honda 128.302mph
2. Cameron Donald Relentless by TAS Suzuki 127.274mph
3. John McGuinness HM Plant Honda 127.090mph
4. Guy Martin Wilson Craig Honda 127.056mph
5. Adrian Archibald AMA Suzuki 127.056mph

Monster Energy Supersport TT
1. Michael Dunlop Street Sweep/Hardship Racing Yamaha 123.960mph
2. Guy Martin Wilson Craig Honda 121.600mph
3. William Dunlop CD Racing Yamaha 121.020mph
4. John McGuinness Padgetts Honda 120.289mph
5. Paul Owen #98 Club Yamaha 119.222mph

Royal London 360◦ Superstock TT
1. Ryan Farquhar KMR Kawasaki 126.799mph
2. Michael Dunlop Hunts Motorcycles/Marlow Construction Honda 124.810mph
3. Guy Martin Wilson Craig Honda 124.582mph
4. John McGuinness Padgetts Honda 124.523mph
5. Ian Hutchinson Padgetts Honda 123.459mph



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