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Thursday 13 June 2019
Post TT Road Race Rankings
Mike Browne in action at the 2019 Post-TT Races

Newcomer Mike Browne came, saw and conquered at the Colas Post TT Road Races, round seven of the Duke Road Race Rankings Championship 2019, taking his first road race win in the CuPlas Callow 600cc Race and setting the fastest lap of the race at 106.179mph and to prove his liking for the 4.25-mile Colas Billown Course the Cork rider finished third in the feature race of the event, the Colas 1100cc race on the same 600cc Kawasaki behind two 1000cc BMW machines.

In the opening 600cc race, Wigan’s Rob Hodson finished second with Rhys Hardisty third, the Gilwern rider went two better in the Manx Independent Carriers 650/250cc race taking the chequered flag on his 250cc Yamaha ahead of locals Dave Moffitt and Gavin Brown on the 650cc mounts.

Rob Hodson took the victory in the Colas 1100cc race after a close eight-lap battle with Manxie Ryan Kneen by the merest of margins 0.078 of a second.

Another local did well taking fourth in the 600cc race and sixth in the 1100cc on his return to racing after on operation on his leg during 2018.

Whilst there are no changes in the top 16 in the Duke Rankings, The Irishman now slots into 17th position, up from 53rd and upwards movement of 36, whilst Rhys Hardisty climbs 41 places from 62nd to 21st.

Rob Hodson’s win and second place elevates him into the top forty as a new entry in 28th spot.


1

Derek

McGee

1

No Change

689

2

Peter

Hickman

2

No Change

605

3

Dean

Harrison

3

No Change

525

4

Jamie

Coward

4

No Change

522

5

James

Hillier

5

No Change

468

6

Michael

Dunlop

6

No Change

413

7

Conor

Cummins

7

No Change

366

8

Derek

Sheils

8

No Change

361

9

Lee

Johnston

9

No Change

287

10

Michael

Rutter

10

No Change

286

11

Michael

Sweeney

11

No Change

276

12

Adam

McLean

12

No Change

243

13

Davey

Todd

13

No Change

234

14

Barry

Davidson

14

No Change

220

15

Paul

Williams

15

No Change

201

16

Dean

Stimpson

16

No Change

197

17

Mike

Browne

53

Up 36

186

18

Paul

Jordan

17

Down 1

180

19

Brian

Mateer

18

Down 1

175

20

Ben

Rea

19

Down 1

157

21

Rhys

Hardisty

62

Up 41

156

22

Glenn

Irwin

20

Down 2

152

23

Alan

Oversby

21

Down 2

130

24

Darryl

Anderson

22

Down 2

128

25

Kevin

Baker

23

Down 2

125

26

Tommy

Henry

24

Down 2

125

27

Richard

Ford

25

Down 2

123

28

Rob

Hodson

New Entry

120

29

Mike

Hose

26

Down 3

120

30

Philip

Shaw

27

Down 3

114

31

Stefano

Bonetti

28

Down 3

110

32

Richard

Cooper

29

Down 3

108

33

Eoin

O'Siochru

30

Down 3

105

34

Neil

Kernohan

31

Down 3

104

35

Thomas

Maxwell

32

Down 3

104

36

Andy

McAllister

33

Down 3

101

37

Keith

Shannon

34

Down 3

101

38

Shaun

Anderson

35

Down 3

96

39

Kevin

Fitzpatrick

38

Down 3

96

40

Dominic

Herbertson

37

Down 3

96



The next two rounds take place in Finland and Southern Ireland over the weekend of 15th & 16th June, the Imatra Road Races and the Kells Road Races, before moving to Northern Ireland for the Enniskillen Road Races on 28th & 29th June.  

Photo courtesy of Lidia Lewska shows Mark Browne on his way to victory in the Cuplas Callow 600cc race.

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