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Free practice times - Macau Grand Prix

Full free practice times for the 45th Macau Grand Prix held around the Guia Street Circuit.
1. Michael Rutter GBR Riders Motorcycles.com Ducati 2m 27.618s
2. Jeremy Toye USA IGT Kawasaki 2m 28.887s
3. Ian Hutchinson GBR Swan Yamaha 2m 29.658s
4. Michael Barnes USA Attack Performance Kawasaki 2m 30.491s
5. Gary Johnson GBR IGT Suzuki by TAS 2m 30.671s
6. John McGuinness GBR Roadhouse SMT Honda 2m 31.296s
7. Martin Jessopp GBR Riders Motorcycles.com Ducati 2m 31.787s
8. James Hillier GBR Mocha Club Bournemouth Kawasaki 2m 32.139s
9. James Storrar GBR IseeMacau.com BMW by DMR 2m 33.309s
10. Horst Saiger AUT Penz13.com BMW 2m 33.518s
11. Conor Cummins GBR IGT Kawasaki 2m 33.724s
12. Steve Mercer GBR Jentin Honda 2m 33.745s
13. Rico Penzkofer GER Penz13.com BMW 2m 34.268s
14. Bruce Anstey NZL Padgetts Honda 2m 34.581s
15. Michael Dunlop GBR IGT Kawasaki 2m 35.171s
16. Didier Grams GER Heidger RTG Suzuki Muller 2m 35.179s
17. Stephen Thompson GBR Roadhouse T& R Honda 2m 36.443s
18. William Dunlop GBR Wilson Craig Honda 2m 37.276s
19. James McBride GBR PB BMW 2m 37.878s
20. Mark Miller USA Splitlath Redmond Aprilia 2m 39.672s
21. Joao Fernandes MAC Team of Paris BMW 2m 40.740s
22. Michal Dokoupil CZE IseeMacau.com BMW 2m 41.385s
23. Sean Dwyer USA Locust-Lee's Cycle BMW 2m 41.726s
24. Sou Sio Hong MAC Sou Sio Hong Honda 2m 44.581s
25. Chris Clark USA Yes-Pcs-Graves Yamaha 2m 46.147s
26. Paul Shoesmith GBR PB BMW 2m 48.001s
27. Nuno Caetano POR HM Racing Suzuki 2m 50.102s



Related Pictures

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Ian Hutchinson - Swan Yamaha [pic credit: CGPM]
Jeremy Toye - IGT Kawasaki [pic credit: CGPM]
Michael Rutter - Ridersmotorcycles.com Ducati [pic credit: Barry Russell]
Peter Hickman won the Macau Grand Prix for the second year running on the Bathams/SMT BMW.
Glenn Irwin on the PBM Ducati at the Macau Grand Prix.
Glenn Irwin on the PBM Be Wiser Ducati at the Macau Grand Prix.
Peter Hickman on the Bathams/SMT BMW at the Macau Grand Prix.
Peter Hickman on the Bathams/SMT BMW at the Macau Grand Prix.
Peter Hickman in action at the 50th Macau Grand Prix on the Bathams/SMT BMW.
Michael Rutter on the Bathams/SMT BMW at the Macau Grand Prix.
Martin Jessopp on the Riders Motorcycles BMW at the Macau Grand Prix.
Michael Rutter and John McGuinness during the pre-event press conference ahead of the 50th Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix.
Michael Rutter topped the opening practice session for the 2016 Macau Grand Prix.
Michael Dunlop on the Team Classic Suzuki XR69 during the Classic Superbike race at the Classic TT.
Michael Dunlop on the Black Eagle MV Agusta at the Classic TT.
Michael Dunlop on the Black Eagle MV Agusta at the Classic TT.
Bruce Anstey won the Lightweight race at the Classic TT on the Padgetts Honda RS250.
Bruce Anstey on the Padgetts RS250 Honda at the Classic TT.

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RaceFan - Unregistered

November 17, 2011 10:24 AM

Always good to see British racers at the top of the time sheets in Macau. Seeing Hutchy in provisional 3rd is simply amazing under the circumstances. He said he wants to win this race and after the determination he has shown in getting past his terrible injury, I for one would not be surprised if he did. That said, very well done to Rutter on provisional pole and to Toye for putting his machine in 2nd.



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