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MCN  says:

Poll: Who's going to dominate at the TT?

TT practice starts this weekend and it looks like the field is stronger than ever. Ian Hutchinson and Conor Cummins are back from injury, Michael Dunlop is riding three makes of bike, Cameron Donald and Bruce Anstey are on fast Hondas, and John McGuinness and Guy Martin are quietly confident. And then there's the like of Ryan Farquhar, Gary Johnson and...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (22 May 2012 13:26)

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Oct 10

Posts: 19

Fragpig says:

Where's McGuinness?

2 Hutchinsons and no Mcguinness, If i was betting money it'd be on McGuinness!

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Dec 08

Posts: 2

diychap says:


Where's J McGuinness? Very poor show.

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Aug 02

Posts: 11

yamanx says:

John M


Not on your list? Doughnuts!

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Dec 09

Posts: 16

No John M

Sorry. Slight technical hitch there. Mr McGuinness was of course top of our list, but appears to have been replaced by a rogue Hutchy. It'll be fixed pronto

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Jun 09

Posts: 851

lol why is everyone voting for Guy Martin?

lol - Guy Martin is getting all the votes - no chance. My money would be on Michael Dunlop this year.  

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Dec 09

Posts: 16

Still no John M

Sorry about this. There's some gremlin in the polling thing we use. Basically, the top Hutchy is John McGuinness (and shows up as such in the results). So if you want to vote for John M, vote for the first Hutchinson. Not sure this is going to be the most statistically valid poll we've ever done... Apologies

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Mar 12

Posts: 483

I hope he does dominate. Seems to me like hes got the 600's and the Superstocker sorted aswell judging by the NW200.

One rider and team that i WILL NOT be supporting will be the TAS Team and Alastair after that disgraceful display at the NW200...the child and team need a right old slapping.

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Mar 12

Posts: 483

bloody computer

lets get this right shall we? My money is on Mcpint to dominate. I hope he does too, and this year he seems to have found some pace on the 600 and the superstocker. Shaping up to be a great TT


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Feb 10

Posts: 566

RobTZ says:


IMO there is no obvious candidate for TT Domination this year.

I would have thought that Michael Dunlop would have been the one to beat. However are his bikes as good as the Works Offerings. We will wait and see. Superstock wise he must start as favourite.

Gary Johnson could be the one to beat on the 600's and also Michael Dunlop or Guy Martin.

Superbike wise you can never rule out John McG, although I suspect G Martin to be well up there.

Depending on his fitness, Ian Hutchinson could challenge.

Can't wait for practice to start.




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Aug 11

Posts: 12

LordFarquhar says:

Guy Martin??? chance. There must have been a link to this poll from some Guy Martin TV personality fansite.

As RobTZ said I can't see any one person dominating this years TT. I would think the Wilson Craig boys will have a good chance in the Supersport after seeing how well the bikes were going at the NW200. Both William and Cameron both looked to be on it.

Michael Dunlop seems to be having no joy with his bikes but it would be dangerous to rule him out because we know what he's capable of.

Farquhar could be another suprise package as he was going well in all races at the NW200 and was good in qualifying. I'd say he's nailed on for the Supertwins and should go well in the Superstock and Superbike.

Too early for Hutchy methinks but still a fantastic achievement to be even racing.

Of course McGuiness is going to be the man to beat but I don't think he'll dominate, good warm up with a win at the NW200.

Anyway enough specualtion, roll on the TT and let's hope for good weather and a safe meeting.


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