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Ssimon Patterson  says:

NW200 Superbike: Old hand Rutter on provisional pole

British Superbike veteran and thirteen time North West 200 race winner Michael Rutter has put his Bathams Ale BMW on provisional pole for the superbike races at this weekend’s event, out-qulifying local star Alastair Seeley by a second and a half. Bathed in beautiful sunshine, Rutter was able to complete eight laps of the nine mile circuit in the 45 minute...

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SundayRoast

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SundayRoast says:

Fab

Go Michael. Bathams is the best looking bike on the grid. Still want Guy to win but great to see such a competitive field all desperate for the chequered flag. Will be a great race.

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luckofthewelsh

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First ride on the BMW

 seems to have gone okay for Michael, i think we should be in for a good race. Hopefully Martin will get a win, and set his TT campaign up nicely! Got a good feeling about Guy Martin this year.

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RobTZ

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RobTZ says:

Guy Martin

It could well be his year. John McGuinness injured and probably not up to winning anyway. I can't also see Michael Dunlop winning on the BMW.

Most popular winner ever, if he can do it.

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

Rutter

has been a great racer, like his father before him, for many years, but he really shines when it comes to road racing, what a pace with a stock motor.

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