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Phil Wain  says:

Isle of Man TT: McGuinness hits 130 before mist calls a halt to practice

Competitors were met with considerably different conditions for the third night of practice at the 2012 Isle of Man TT Races powered by Monster Energy and although dry, the temperature was down on the previous two nights whilst there were also a lot of grey clouds overhead. That suggested that lap speeds could be quicker than the previous night and with...

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RobTZ

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RobTZ says:

McGuinness

He may be the man in practice thus far. His bike was over 190 MPH on the Sulby Speed Trap whereas I think Guy's bike was someway behind that.

Can Guy do it on the Suzuki come Saturday

I think so.

 

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chrisg011

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chrisg011 says:

Hillier

..is a surprise dark horse

have seen him on the short circuits for many a year but it seems as though the roads is where he will excel - go James!!

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