Dean Harrison NewsThe 2018 Isle of Man TT was one to remember for Dean Harrison.The Bradford rider first posted a new outright lap record of 134.432 mph during the RST Superbike race. He led four of six laps, but suffered a mechanical issues aboard his Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, which resulted in a DNF.
But he redeemed himself by claiming his first-ever Isle of Man TT win since he began racing on the 37.73-mile Mountain Course in 2011.Harrison claimed the Monster Energy Supersport 2 victory in record-breaking style; he broke the lap record by nearly nine seconds aboard his Ninja ZX-6R.Harrison is now hungry for more, and will join 10-time TT winer Ian Lougher on the Laylaw Racing team. Lougher, who will be in his fourth year of competition with Laylaw, and Harrison will compete aboard 250cc TZ Yamaha motorcycles during the Lightweight Classic TT at the 2018 Classic TT Races presented by Bennetts.This is Harrison’s first time competing in the Lightweight TT. But Harrison is no stranger to the Classic TT.He has three wins in the series:
- 2013 Formula Classic
- 2015 Bennetts Senior
- 2017 RST Superbike Races (where he lapped in in excess of 127mph)