News 2010 Superstock TT Photo Gallery

2010 Superstock TT Photo Gallery

IoM TT Recap

Ian Hutchinson’s dominance of the 2010 Isle of Man TT Races fuelled by Monster Energy continued on Monday afternoon when he took a nail biting victory in the 4-lap royal London 360 Superstock race, his third win in as many races, to join a select band of racers who have won three in a week.

With two races still to come he could even threaten the visiting Phillip McCallen’s four in a week on the Isle of Man.

The Padgetts Honda rider came in to the final lap 5.54s adrift of long time race leader Ryan Farquhar but a record breaking lap of 130.741mph saw him edge out the KMR Kawasaki rider by the tiny margin of 1.32s.

The Northern Irishman just missed out on a 130mph+ lap but was comfortably clear of third placed Conor Cummins, who made it two Kawasaki’s in the top three.

Royal London 360 Superstock Race TT 2010 – Final Results

1 4 Ian Hutchinson 1000cc Honda / Padgetts Motorcycles 17 18.91 130.741 01 10 41.31 128.100

2 12 Ryan Farquhar 1000cc Kawasaki / KMR Kawasaki 17 25.77 129.883 01 10 42.63 128.060

3 10 Conor Cummins 1000cc Kawasaki / McAdoo Kawasaki Racing 17 38.94 128.268 01 11 14.12 127.117

4 2 John McGuinness 1000cc Honda / Padgetts Motorcycles 17 41.96 127.903 01 11 35.92 126.472

5 8 Guy Martin 1000cc Honda / Wilson Craig Racing 17 43.86 127.675 01 11 50.06 126.057

6 5 Keith Amor 1000cc BMW / W A Corless/Jackson Racing 17 41.34 127.978 01 11 50.25 126.051

7 3 Ian Lougher 1000cc Kawasaki / Blackhorse Kawasaki 17 43.67 127.697 01 12 10.97 125.448

8 14 Michael Dunlop 1000cc Honda / Hunts Motorcycles/Marlow 17 36.43 128.573 01 12 28.63 124.939

Construction

9 7 Michael Rutter 1000cc Honda / HM Plant Honda 17 55.42 126.302 01 12 32.78 124.819

10 9 Adrian Archibald 1000cc Suzuki / AMA Racing Team 17 52.33 126.666 01 12 43.08 124.525

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
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