Isle of Man TT 2017 – Supersport Race 1

RACE REPORT ON THE ISLE OF MAN 2017 Monster Energy Supersport TT 1

Michael Dunlop took his 14th TT victory at today’s supersport race.

The race started with a delay of two hours and 15 minutes, as the weather conditions were not particularly good overnight. At start, the track still had wet spots at Ramsey Hairpin, Nook and Governer’s Dip.

Isle of Man TT 2017, the first race of the class Supersport, the first round

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Hillier was again fastest on the first 9 miles to Glen Hellen. His advantage on Dunlop was only 0.4 seconds. With a distance of 0.01 seconds followed his brother William Dunlop. After that, Gary Johnson, Dean Harrison, Peter Hickman, and Ian Hutchinson.

Michael Dunlop took the lead with Ramsey Hairpin. He lay ahead of Hillier for 0.09 seconds. After 1.5 seconds Johnson followed, then Harrison and Hickman.

Hillier took the lead at the bungalow and finished the opening Lap with 124.743 mph. Michael Dunlop 0.377 seconds behind, then Harrison, William Dunlop, Johnson and Hutchinson. The first six separated a time of 9.6 seconds.

The second round

05/06/2017: William Dunlop (Honda/IC Racing/Caffrey International) and Conor Cummins (Honda/padgettsmotorcycles.com) at The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS

At Glen Helen, Dunlop had a 1.8 second lead on Hillier. William Dunlop was able to prepare for third place, as Harrison had to give up at Ballacraine because of his broken shifter. This brought Johnson to four, Hutchinson to five, and Hickman to six.

After finishing the second time at the Hairpin in Ramsey, the advantage of Dunlop had grown to 3.2 seconds. His brother William was still third, but 10 seconds behind Hillier. Hickman was able to overthrow Hutchinson and put himself in fourth place.

The third round

05/06/2017: James Hillier (Kawasaki/JG Speedfit Kawasaki) approaching The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS

The half racing distance was over and it was time for the pit stops. Dunlop`s was 126,015 mph in the second round, his lead was reduced to 2.4 seconds. Everything looked as if it were between him and Hillier. William Dunlop continued on third place, meanwhile with a distance of 15.8 seconds. Dan Kneen was able to prepare for sixth place but got a time penalty because of excessive speed in the pit lane. This time 60 seconds.

At Dunlop it went really well and he could extend his lead to 5.9 seconds. The fight for the third podium place was exciting again. Hickman was able to push himself again before William Dunlop and so it went into the final round

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The fourth round

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Nothing changed at the top. Michael Dunlop was the first to the checkered flag. Second place went to Hillier, who reached his tenth TT podium. Hickman was third.

In the privateers Craig Neve was able to convince with a 14th place. Andrew Dudgeon was 15th Daley Mathison 16, Horst Saiger 17 and the newcomer Adam McLean 18.

An accident had Tom Weeden at Brandywell today and was taken to the Nobles Hospital. He had chest and back injuries, exactly is not yet known.

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Results of the Isle of Man 2017 Monster Energy Supersport TT # 1

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Pos   Rider     Machine/Entrant     Time     Speed

  1. Michael Dunlop Yamaha / MD Racing 01:12:48.601 – 124.368
  2. James Hillier Kawasaki / JG Speedfit Kawasaki 01:13:01.845  -123.992
  3. Peter Hickman Triumph / Trooper Beer 01:13:14.613 – 123.631
  4. William Dunlop Yamaha / IC Racing / Caffrey International 01:13:24.040 – 123.367
  5. Ian Hutchinson Yamaha / Mcams Yamaha fuelled by Monst 01:13:50.168 – 122.639
  6. Gary Johnson Triumph / ReactiveParts/Triumph 01:14:01.201 – 122.334
  7. Bruce Anstey Honda / padgettsmotorcycles.com 01:14:27.969 – 121.602
  8. Dan Kneen Honda / JACKSON RACING HONDA 01:14:36.632 – 121.366
  9. Conor Cummins Honda / padgettsmotorcycles.com 01:14:51.743 – 120.958
  10. James Cowton Kawasaki / McAdoo Racing Kawasaki 01:15:02.076 – 120.680
  11. Joshua Brookes Honda / Jackson Racing 01:15:11.945 – 120.416
  12. Martin Jessopp Triumph / Riders Motorcycles 01:15:12.085 – 120.413
  13. Ivan Lintin Kawasaki / Dafabet Devitt RC Express Raci 01:15:13.491 – 120.375
  14. Craig Neve Kawasaki / Callmac Flexi Hydraulic Racing 01:15:39.456 – 119.687
  15. Andrew Dudgeon Suzuki / Team Slick Performance Racing 01:15:39.799 – 119.678
  16. Daley Mathison Suzuki / Hol-Taj Suzuki 01:15:52.591 – 119.341
  17. Horst Saiger Kawasaki / Metzeler 01:16:00.302 – 119.139
  18. Adam Mclean* Kawasaki / MSS Colechester Kawasaki 01:16:15.344 – 118.748
  19. Daniel Cooper Honda / Ruby Site Services Honda 01:16:17.986 – 118.679
  20. Daniel Hegarty Honda / Top Gun Racing / Christian Watson 01:16:18.208 – 118.674
  21. Dominic Herbertson Kawasaki / Herbertson Racing 01:16:32.843 – 118.295
  22. Michael Sweeney Yamaha / JWM Yamaha 01:16:36.618 – 118.198
  23. Sam West Kawasaki / PRL / Worthington 01:17:22.554 – 117.029
  24. Michal Dokoupil Yamaha / K2 Moto Racing 01:17:29.651 – 116.850
  25. Kamil Holan Yamaha / Dafit Motoracing 01:17:52.414 – 116.281
  26. Jim Hodson Yamaha / JGH Racing / Al Gibbon 01:17:55.943 – 116.193
  27. Mark Parrett Yamaha / Mark Parrett Electrical / Vixen Ra 01:17:57.065 – 116.165
  28. Julian Trummer Honda / TC Racing / DP Coldplaning 01:17:57.656 – 116.150
  29. Robert Wilson Yamaha / Stoddart Racing Oban 01:17:59.506 – 116.105
  30. Adrian Harrison Triumph / Silicone Engineering Racing 01:18:06.014 – 115.943
  31. Ian Pattinson Yamaha / AMAP University of Sunderland 01:18:16.795 – 115.677
  32. Xavier Denis Honda / Optimark Road Racing Team 01:18:23.481 – 115.513
  33. Gavin Lupton Honda / Top Gun Racing / Christian Watson 01:18:36.982 – 115.182
  34. Joey Thompson* Kawasaki / Team ILR 01:18:41.009 – 115.084
  35. Josh Daley Kawasaki / Josh Daley Racing 01:18:45.587 – 114.972
  36. Timothee Monot Honda / TMR 01:18:48.449 – 114.903
  37. Mark Goodings Kawasaki / PMH Promotions 01:18:56.805 – 114.700
  38. Richard Wilson Honda / TW Suspension Tech 01:19:14.760 – 114.267
  39. Mark Purslow TBC / ECTA Racing 01:19:19.082 – 114.163
  40. David Hewson Kawasaki / Carrot Cycles Shorai Lincoln 01:19:20.938 – 114.119
  41. Eric Wilson Honda / PRB / Econoloft Racing 01:19:24.163 – 114.041
  42. David Sellers Suzuki / PRF Suzuki 01:19:32.584 – 113.840
  43. Matthew Rees Kawasaki / PMR Racing/GT Superbikes 01:19:38.909 – 113.690
  44. Karl Foster Kawasaki / R Gower powered Piston Foster 01:19:43.860 – 113.572
  45. Paul Jordan* Kawasaki / ThePeoplesBike.com / B&W Sit 01:19:48.180 – 113.469
  46. Chris Petty Yamaha / ProJoint Custom Fabrication 01:19:56.206 – 113.280
  47. Ben Rea Suzuki / Rea-Racing 01:20:03.013 – 113.119
  48. Jamie Hodson Yamaha / JGH Racing / Hod50n Supporters 01:20:07.204 – 113.020
  49. Masayuki Yamanaka Honda / Challenge YAMANAKA48 with NA 01:20:25.064 – 112.602
  50. David Madsen-Mygdal Kawasaki / RJP Racing 01:21:01.783 – 111.752
  51. Callum Laidlaw Yamaha / Gilmore Engineering 01:21:09.674 – 111.571
  52. Paul Smyth Yamaha / Paul Smyth Racing 01:21:37.047 – 110.947
  53. George Spence Suzuki / Street Evolution Motorcycles 01:21:43.931 – 110.791

Picture gallery Monster Energy Supersport TT 1

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05/06/2017: Ian Hutchinson (Yamaha/Mcams Yamaha fuelled by Monster Energy) at The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: Ian Hutchinson (Yamaha/Mcams Yamaha fuelled by Monster Energy) at The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: Michael Dunlop (Yamaha/MD Racing) approaching The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: Michael Dunlop (Yamaha/MD Racing) approaching The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: Gary Johnson (Triumph) at The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: Gary Johnson (Triumph) at The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: James Hillier (Kawasaki/JG Speedfit Kawasaki) approaching The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: James Hillier (Kawasaki/JG Speedfit Kawasaki) approaching The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: Peter Hickman (Triumph/Trooper Beer) approaching The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: Peter Hickman (Triumph/Trooper Beer) approaching The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: Michael Dunlop (Yamaha/MD Racing) at The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: Michael Dunlop (Yamaha/MD Racing) at The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: William Dunlop (Honda/IC Racing/Caffrey International) and Conor Cummins (Honda/padgettsmotorcycles.com) at The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS
05/06/2017: William Dunlop (Honda/IC Racing/Caffrey International) and Conor Cummins (Honda/padgettsmotorcycles.com) at The Gooseneck during the Monster Energy Supersport TT Race. PICTURE BY DAVE KNEEN/PACEMAKER PRESS

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