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Double Champion Dean takes Senior victory

Monday 10 June 2019
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Dean Harrison at the startline for the RST Superbike TT Race. Photo: RP Watkinson

Double Duke Road Race Rankings Champion, Dean Harrison secured the most coveted accolade in road racing by winning the blue-riband race of the 2019 Isle of Man TT Races, the Senior TT on the Silicone Engineering Racing Kawasaki Superbike.

The popular Bradford rider also took three – second places and a fourth during a very trying TT period, with the weather playing havoc with practice and race schedules. His results elevate him from 30th in the 2019 Rankings to third with a total of 525 points.

Highest mover, Peter Hickman who amassed three victories, the Superbike, Supersport 2 and Superstock TT’s, plus a second in the Senior, third in Supersport 1 and eighth in the Lightweight, shoots him up 38 places from 40th to 2nd, a mere 84 points behind current Duke Rankings Champion, Derek McGee, who was side-lined due to a practice spill at Greeba Castle on the Monday evening. However, the ‘Mullingar Flyer’ remains top of the rankings, albeit by the merest of margins.

2013 Duke Champion, Michael Dunlop took the Lightweight TT honours on the Paton, which combined with two – fourths, a fifth and two sixth places put him in sixth place in the table a rise of 33 places from 39th.

Another Ulsterman, Lee Johnston took his maiden TT Race win, in the opening Supersport race, plus two other point scoring places, a ninth in the Supersport 2 race and third in the Lightweight puts him in ninth position up from 23rd after the North West 200.

Manxman Conor Cummins also climbs 25 places to seventh as a result of two third places, a fourth, a fifth and a sixth finishing places.

Only new entry in the top forty is Australian rider, David Johnson, gaining his first TT podium with third in the Superstock, plus a tenth and seventh he slips into 38th spot.


1

Derek

McGee

1

No Change

689

2

Peter

Hickman

40

Up 38

605

3

Dean

Harrison

30

Up 27

525

4

Jamie

Coward

3

Down 1

522

5

James

Hillier

6

Down 1

468

6

Michael

Dunlop

39

Up 33

413

7

Conor

Cummins

32

Up 25

366

8

Derek

Sheils

2

Down 6

361

9

Lee

Johnston

23

Up 14

287

10

Michael

Rutter

14

Up 4

286

11

Michael

Sweeney

4

Down 7

276

12

Adam

McLean

5

Down 7

243

13

Davey

Todd

13

No Change

234

14

Barry

Davidson

7

Down 7

220

15

Paul

Williams

8

Down 7

201

16

Dean

Stimpson

9

Down 7

197

17

Paul

Jordan

15

Down 2

180

18

Brian

Mateer

10

Down 8

175

19

Ben

Rea

11

Down 8

157

20

Glenn

Irwin

12

Down 8

152

21

Alan

Oversby

16

Down 5

130

22

Darryl

Anderson

17

Down 5

128

23

Kevin

Baker

18

Down 5

125

24

Tommy

Henry

19

Down 5

125

25

Richard

Ford

20

Down 5

123

26

Mike

Hose

21

Down 5

117

27

Philip

Shaw

22

Down 5

114

28

Stefano

Bonetti

47

Up 19

110

29

Richard

Cooper

24

Down 5

108

30

Eoin

O'Siochru

25

Down 5

105

31

Neil

Kernohan

26

Down 5

104

32

Thomas

Maxwell

27

Down 5

104

33

Andy

McAllister

28

Down 5

101

34

Keith

Shannon

29

Down 5

101

35

Shaun

Anderson

31

Down 4

96

36

Kevin

Fitzpatrick

33

Down 3

96

37

Dominic

Herbertson

45

Up 8

96

38

David

Johnson

New Entry

95

39

Ed

Manley

34

Down 5

94

40

Nigel

Moore

35

Down 5

94


Immediately after the Isle of Man TT Races was the Colas Post TT Road Races, which will see a further update of the Duke Road Race Rankings 2019 before the action moves to Imatra in Finland and Kells in Southern Ireland.


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