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Harrison smashes records on lap 1 of the RST Superbike TT Race

Sat, 02 Jun 2018 13:34
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Dean Harrison in qualifying for the 2018 Isle of Man TT. Photo Tony Goldsmith

Silicone Engineering Kawasaki mounted Dean Harrison shattered the record books in the delayed RST Superbike TT Race on Saturday.

From a standing start the Bradford rider lapped in a seemingly incredible 16:50.384, to give an average lap speed of 134.432mph, the first 134+mph lap in TT history and a new absolute lap record.

In response second placed rider Michael Dunlop, the previous lap record holder, lapped at 17:01.700 - 132.943mph.

The second circulation saw Harrison maintain the pace, despite slowing for pitstops and, with an advantage over Dunlop amounting to over sixteen seconds, Harrison's team were in a comfortable position to ensure that they got everything right without undue time pressure.

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