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Isle of Man TT - Combined qualifying (3 days)

Full results and speeds for TT Superbike Qualifying – qualifying order after three days (Wednesday 1st June)
1. Bruce Anstey Padgetts Honda 129.695mph
2. Guy Martin Relentless by TAS Suzuki 129.333mph
3. John McGuinness Honda TT Legends 129.041mph
4. Gary Johnson Lincs Lifting Honda 128.452mph
5. Michael Dunlop Street Sweep Kawasaki 128.269mph
6. Cameron Donald Wilson Craig Honda 128.089mph
7. Keith Amor Honda TT Legends 127.531mph
8. Daniel Stewart Wilcock Honda 127.132mph
9. Michael Rutter Riders Bathams Ducati 126.811mph
10. William Dunlop Wilson Craig Honda 125.872mph
11. Ryan Farquhar KMR Kawasaki 124.051mph
12. Ian Mackman Kemtile Suzuki 123.713mph
13. John Burrows Suzuki 123.324mph
14. Archie Archibald AMA Kawasaki 123.032mph
15. Robert Barber Shipley Honda 122.248mph
16. Dan Kneen Marks Bloom Kawasaki 122.232mph
17. Stefano Bonetti speed Motot Kawasaki 121.307mph
18. Paul Shoesmith Ice Valley BMW 121.146mph
19. Jim Hodson AL Gibson Peter Beale Yamaha 120.528mph
20. Steve Mercer Jackson Kawasaki 120.514mph

21. Conor Cummins McAdoo Kawasaki 120.203mph
22. James Hillier Bournemouth Kawasaki 120.124mph
23. Ian Pattinson Pattinson BMW 120.003mph
24. Simon Andrews Ice Valley BMW 119.485mph
25. Russ Mountford Northpoint Honda 119.390mph
26. Scott Wilson Diamond H Servlite BMW 118.975mph
27. John Barton Marks Bloom Honda 118.721mph
28. Mark Parrett C&C BMW 118.458mph
29. Stephen Thompson T&R BMW 118.361mph
30. George Spence Ayton Smiddy Yamaha 118.192mph
31. Paul Owen Suzuki 118.134mph
32. Alan Connor Connor Suzuki 117.567mph
33. Steve Heneghan Quattro Plant BMW 117.472mph
34. Gary Garswell Honda 117.464mph
35. Sandor Bitter KMR Kawasaki 117.453mph
36. Jules Croft Honda 117.081mph
37. Brian McCormack TAG Honda 116.833mph
38. Herve Gantner Rhino Honda 116.599mph
39. Roger Maher Slick Performance Yamaha 116.489mph
40. David Hewson Ch'len Kawasaki 116.424mph

41. Simon Fulton Yamaha 116.211mph
42. Michael Russell Top Gun Kawasaki 116.200mph
43. Alan Bud Jackson Mike Smith BDS Yamaha 115.548mph
44. Chris Petty Dave Milling Suzuki 115.296mph
45. David Paredes Argentine Suzuki 114.977mph
46. Betlej Piotr Honda 114.969mph
47. Daniel Hegarty thepeoplesbike.com Suzuki 114.949mph
48. Dean Harrison PRS Yamaha 114.839mph
49. Mark Herbertson Ladycross Yamaha 114.258mph
50. Mark Miller Splitlath Aprilia 113.952mph
51. Fabrice Miguet Team of Paris Kawasaki 113.903mph
52. Ian Lougher Blackhorse Kawasaki 113.225mph
53. Toni Rechberger MSC Rottenegg Suzuki 113.119mph
54. Paul Duckett West London SBK Suzuki 112.866mph
55. David Madsen-Mygdal CSC Branson Yamaha 112.846mph
56. Rico Penzkofer PENZ13.com BMW 112.723mph
57. Adrian Clark BHR Honda 111.749mph
58. Jeremy Toye Sondel Kawasaki 111.130mph
59. James Ford Kawasaki 110.248mph
60. James McCullagh Suzuki 105.607mph
61. Lee Vernon Suzuki 104.145mph
62. Ivan Lintin Ivan Lintn Suzuki 63.527mph

Related Pictures

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Bruce Anstey - Padgetts Honda [pic credit: Isle of Man TT Media]
John McGuinness on the Honda Fireblade during a test at Castle Combe.
Dan Kneen on the Mar-Train Yamaha at the Tandragee 100
Dan Kneen on the Mar-Train Yamaha
Michael Rutter on the Bathams SMT BMW.
Martin Jessopp on the Riders Motorcycles BMW.
John McGuinness, Honda Racing [Credit: RAC]
Michael Dunlop, Buildbase BMW [Credit: ianhopgoodphotography.net]
2015 Isle of Man TT Races.
John McGuinness at the start of the Senior TT in 2015.
Jeremy McWilliams on the KMR Kawasaki at the North West 200 in 2015.
Gary Johnson, T3 Racing Triumph [Credit: Holeshot PR]
Ian Hutchinson on the Tyco BMW Superbike at Cartagena in Spain.
Gary Johnson will ride the T3 Triumph at the 2016 Isle of Man TT.
William Dunlop on the MSS Colchester Kawasaki during pre-season testing at Cartagena in Spain.
Alaistar Seeley, Gearlink Kawasaki [Credit: Gearlink Kawasaki]
Conor Cummins and John McGuinness remain with Honda Racing for 2016
William Dunlop, CD Racing Kawasaki, [Credit: Holeshot PR]

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wadcutter - Unregistered

June 02, 2011 11:23 AM

The usual suspect's!! Nice to see Conor break the 120 barrier he's been building up nicely all week. I heard Dunlop's Kwaka has dropped a valve, was it his stocker or super?? Looks like Bruce got out of the right side of bed on monday morning! Guy's up there too, I always feel like John's sand bagging if theys such a thing round the TT!! Good luck to all. Cuppa tea??

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