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Phil Wain  says:

Isle of Man TT: Farquhar takes third TT win

Ryan Farquhar took his third TT win on Saturday evening when he took the re-introduced Lightweight TT on the KMR Kawasaki. Farquhar, overcame an early challenge from James Hillier and once the pit stop strategies had balanced themselves out, he was over 20 seconds clear of his fellow Kawasaki rival and eventually took the win by 28.99s. To round out...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (09 June 2012 22:43)

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motocollect

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motocollect says:

Great achievement

Great achievement for Ryan. To design and build / prepare these superb bikes and then take the win surely deserved the 'Spirit of the TT' award

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jollyboy says:

Agreed Ryan has done a great job of bringing the series to fruition and in developing the Kawasaki into such a great package. And I think it's great to see something other than the usual fours on the Island. However I think it's a shame that there are not more than two bikes suitable for the class. I know Ryan says he's hopeful that other manufacturers will build suitable bikes, but can you see it happening? The class is hardly high profile enough to encourage other manufacturers to develop a new bike. The only company that has more or less suitable hardware to build something out of the parts bin, but I suspect if they did the bike would be too expensive for what is ostensibly a low budget class. It would be sad to see the class fail to spread due to its being a virtual one make series.

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