ANSTEY RETURNS IN COMPETITIVE DUNLOP LIGHTWEIGHT CLASSIC TT LINE UP

This year’s Dunlop Lightweight Classic TT Race has attracted an entry of almost 60 riders and while the field contains numerous potential race winners, the return of Bruce Anstey to the TT Mountain Course will attract the most attention. Anstey hasn’t competed on the TT Mountain Course for two years as he has battled serious illness but the Newzealander, winner of the race in both 2016 and 2017, will set off at his familiar number 5, again riding the equally familiar Honda RS250 for the Milenco by Padgetts Motorcycles team.…

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Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship Rounds 13 – 15

The battle at the front of the Superbike and Supersport classes really moved up a notch on the International Track last time out in July and now the action is set to heat up again as we get to the business end of the season. Having not been off the top of the championship standings for over a year, reigning Superbike Champion Richie Ryan was finally surpassed by Luke Johnston at the final race in May, but having dug deep to beat Brian McCormack in Rounds 11 and 12 he’s…

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HARRISON AND DUNLOP SET FOR HEAD TO HEAD IN RST CLASSIC TT SUPERBIKE RACE

The 2019 Isle of Man Classic TT Races, presented by Bennetts will come to a thrilling conclusion on August Bank Holiday Monday with the four-lap RST Superbike Classic TT race. Dean Harrison, who has won the race for the last two years, heads the line up on the Silicone Engineering Kawasaki. Harrison, who lapped at 127.212mph two years ago, will set off at number 2 from the grid. However, it’s never as straightforward as that around the 37.73-mile Mountain Course especially as there’s a whole host of challengers queuing up…

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