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POLL: Can anyone stop John McGuinness at TT 2013?

Will TT Superbike king John McGuinness reign again on the Honda Legends Fireblade next year?
John McGuinness has set the benchmark in the blue riband Superbike class at the Isle of Man TT for the best part of a decade.

The 40-year-old from Morecambe remains unbeaten in any Superbike race he has finished on the Mountain Course in the last nine years.

He is the second most decorated TT rider in history with 19 wins to his name behind Ulster legend Joey Dunlop, who tops the roll of honour with 26 successes.

McGuinness will return to the TT with the Honda Legends team next year but is expected to face a serious threat from young pretender Michael Dunlop, who has earned himself a factory Honda for the event next June alongside McGuinness and British Superbike veteran Michael Rutter.

Will Dunlop be the man to finally halt the McGuinness juggernaut at the TT, or will the popular English star prove yet again that he is still the master of the greatest road racing circuit in the world?

Perhaps Guy Martin will finally win his first TT race, or maybe Cameron Donald can rise to the occasion and add a second Superbike victory to his record following his memorable success in 2008.

Kiwi Bruce Anstey is another rider capable of challenging McGuinness for Superbike supremacy, while Conor Cummins, Gary Johnson, Rutter and William Dunlop will also expect to up the ante in the feature class.

Let us know who you think will be the man to beat at TT 2013!

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Related Pictures

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John McGuinness on his Honda TT Legends machine in the Superbike TT
Bruce Anstey celebrates winning the Formula 1 race at the Classic TT
James Hillier, Bruce Anstey and Russ Mountford at the Classic TT
Bruce Anstey on his way to victory in the Motorsport Merchandise Formula 1 race at the Classic TT
Lee Johnston on the Black Eagle Racing MV Agusta at the Classic TT
Lee Johnston
Michael Dunlop on the Team Classic Suzuki XR69
John McGuinness on the Paton at the Classic TT
Ian Lougher at the Classic TT
Ian Lougher at the Classic TT
Bruce Anstey on the YZR500 at the Classic TT
Bruce Anstey on the YZR500 Yamaha at the Classic TT
Bruce Anstey on the YZR500 Yamaha at the Classic TT
Stephen McIlvenna at the Manx Grand Prix
Michael Dunlop at the Classic TT
Bruce Anstey on the YZR500 Yamaha at the Classic TT
Guy Martin celebrates his Dundrod 150 Superbike win with the Tyco Suzuki team
Guy Martin on the Tyco Suzuki at the Ulster Grand Prix

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Yorkist - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 4:46 PM

Johns cool,calm approach will keep him winning til he decides to stop. He seems to know the secret on how to ride the bike/track like no other of this era!! Good luck to all the Tt can't come quick enough

gadgets - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 2:37 PM

I have a sneaky feeling that old John might not be the force he once was at the tt this year. I hope to be proven wrong about that but i can see M Dunlop stepping up big time this year and taking a handful of wins. Also c'mon guy... its about bloody time!



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