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TT 2018: Harrison ups ante with 133mph laps on Tuesday | MCN

  • By cannonball

Dean Harrison upped the ante at this year’s Isle of Man TT with two blistering 133mph laps on just the third night of practice.

The Yorkshireman, who topped Monday’s first superbike session with a 131.376mph, came out of the blocks flying to set his quickest ever lap of the 37.73-mile mountain course with a 133.140mph from a standing start. He’d then improve his pace on a flier, becoming the only man in TT history other than Michael Dunlop to set a sub-17 minute lap with an average speed of 133.462mph.

Dunlop himself hit 132.319mph on his first lap before two slower laps on the Tyco BMW Superbike, while the second Tyco machine of Dan Kneen was third fastest after the evening session having lapped with an average speed of 132.258mph.


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