Monday, June 8, 2009

John McGuinness wins 15th TT

Here's the story.
JOHN McGuinness won his 15th TT after taking today's Superbike event.
The 35-year-old seized control of the opening race of this year's Isle of Man TT by breaking the Superbike lap record from a standing start, setting an average speed of 129.779mph on the opening lap to break Guy Martin's time from last year.

He then went one better on lap two by breaking his own outright lap record, set in 2007, with a speed of 130.442mph. He remained in control at the head of the field for the remaining four laps to set a new race record of 1 hour 46 minutes 7.16 seconds, an average speed of 127.996mph, and overtake Mike Hailwood's record of 14 TT wins.

2 comments:

André Ramos-Jornalista said...

Dear friends from NAMA, I'm a Brazilian journalist of Motoaction, a monthly magazine focused in bikes over 500cc and I'm looking for images of IOMTT'09 in hi-res to our July's edition.
Can you help me, please? In our last year edition about this race, I receive some images of Jane Hards, an inhabitant of that isle, who collaborate with us.
Well, I hope you return me. Thank you a lot.

André Ramos

Babooshka said...

I watched in Ramsey,and just sorting through the images I took now. The event is now happily underway.