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Isle of Man TT Dainese Superbike - Results

Full results the Dainese Superbike race at the 2011 Isle of Man TT.
1. John McGuinness Honda TT Legends 127.870mph
2. Cameron Donald Wilson Craig Honda 126.739mph
3. Gary Johnson Lincs Lifting Honda 126.549mph
4. Keith Amor Honda TT Legends 125.701mph
5. Michael Dunlop Street Sweep Kawasaki 124.584mph
6. Daniel Stewart Wilcock Honda 124.546mph
7. William Dunlop Wilson Craig Honda 124.511mph
8. James Hillier Bournemouth Kawasaki 123.274mph
9. Adrian Archibald AMA Kawasaki 122.981mph
10. Ian Mackman Kemtile Suzuki 121.486mph
11. John Burrows Suzuki 120.961mph
12. Steve Mercer Jackson Kawasaki 120.830mph
13. Mark Buckley Amor Kawasaki 120.212mph
14. Stefano Bonetti speed Motot Kawasaki 120.067mph
15. Paul Shoesmith Ice Valley BMW 119.916mph
16. Stephen Thompson T&R BMW 119.487mph
17. Ian Pattinson Pattinson BMW 119.380mph
18. Robert Barber Shipley Honda 119.305mph
19. Jim Hodson AL Gibson Peter Beale Yamaha 119.207mph
20. Mark Parrett C&C BMW 118.784mph
21. Russ Mountford Northpoint Honda 118.049mph
22. Roger Maher Slick Performance Yamaha 118.004mph
23. Gary Garswell Honda 117.659mph
24. Scott Wilson Diamond H Servlite BMW 117.527mph
25. Michael Russell Top Gun Kawasaki 117.508mph
26. John Barton Marks Bloom Honda 117.279mph
27. George Spence Ayton Smiddy Yamaha 117.195mph
28. Steve Heneghan Quattro Plant BMW 116.637mph
29. Jules Croft Honda 116.520mph
30. Sandor Bitter KMR Kawasaki 116.207mph
31. Chris Petty Dave Milling Suzuki 116.184mph
32. Daniel Hegarty thepeoplesbike.com Suzuki 115.244mph
33. Rico Penzkofer PENZ13.com BMW 115.213mph
34. David Paredes Argentine Suzuki 115.010mph
35. Paul Duckett West London SBK Suzuki 114.906mph
36. Betlej Piotr Honda 114.848mph
37. Alan Connor Connor Suzuki 114.804mph
38. Daniel Cooper Centurion Honda 114.755mph
39. Alan Bud Jackson Mike Smith BDS Yamaha 114.408mph
40. David Madsen-Mygdal CSC Branson Yamaha 114.255mph
41. Adrian Clark BHR Honda 111.449mph
42. James Ford Kawasaki 109.744mph
43. Toni Rechberger MSC Rottenegg Suzuki 108.596mph



Related Pictures

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Guy Martin - Relentless by TAS Suzuki
William Dunlop - Wilson Craig Honda [pic credit: Glynne Lewis]
Keith Amor - TT Legends Honda [pic credit: Glynne Lewis]
Gary Johnson - Lincs Lifting Honda [pic credit: Glynne Lewis]
Daniel Stewart - Wilcock Honda [pic credit: Glynne Lewis]
Cameron Donald - Wilson Craig Honda [pic credit: Glynne Lewis]
John McGuinnes - TT Legends Honda [pic credit: Glynne Lewis]
McGuinness, Hutchinson, British MotoGP 2014
Michael Dunlop on the Team Classic Suzuki XR69
John McGuinness on the Paton at the Classic TT
Bruce Anstey on the YZR500 Yamaha at the Classic TT
Bruce Anstey on the YZR500 Yamaha 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
Tyco Suzuki`s Guy Martin at the Ulster Grand Prix
Michael Dunlop at the Ulster Grand Prix on the BMW Motorrad S1000RR
Peter Hickman on the Ice Valley BMW

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Apical

June 07, 2011 9:09 AM

Congratulations to John McGuinness. Good result for Cameron Donald, even if he got the benefit of Guy Martin's retirement from second. @ JukkaX I am an Aussie. I do not "love" Hondas. it is just a motorcycle. the name of the company that made it is no big deal. Do you even ride?



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