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Manx Grand Prix Races

The 'first Grand Prix' of 2009, the Junior is headed by the winner of the Newcomers A race twelve months ago, Manxman Ryan Kneen, who put in a lap of 19m 17.33s on Tuesday, which also topped the Senior speeds for part of the week!

Winner of the Senior Classic race for the past two years, Ryan Farquhar put up the fastest lap of the week on Monday evening, lapping in 20m 25.40s a speed of 110.844mph.

Olie Linsdell, on a similar machine also put up his quickest lap on Monday, as did Alan Oversby on the wonderful sounding MV Agusta. The Brian Richards Italian fire-engine topped both the Classic Junior and Senior times on Friday evening with speed of 93.769mph & 101.644mph.

Fellow Manxie Dan Sayle, winner of the Lightweight Manx Grand Prix last year plans to keep hold of the trophy as he tops the lap times this year, having set the pace on Tuesday with a time of 19m 50.46s a speed of 114.097mph.

In the concurrently run Ultra Lightweight race, Belfast's Joe Phillips heads to table with yet another lap set onTuesday in 21m 01.77s to record a speed of 107.649mph.

Finally to the 'blue-riband' race, the Senior Manx Grand Prix, Cumbrian rider Scott Wilson took his 750cc Diamond H Serverlite Racing Suzuki round in 19m 14.83s on Tuesday to record a speed of 117.618mph.



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