manx grand prix results history

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It was the first time a rider in the Manx Grand Prix had received three winners laurel wreaths in one year. In 1989 Gloria Clark became the first woman to race in the MGP. 2 15 Derek Sheils Kawasaki / Greenall Racing 01:14:08.689 122.129 Silver 15 26 Gaz Evans Honda / Pertemps network racing 01:00:01.582 113.140 Replica O Kane Motors Armoy 1 21:53.765 103.388, 23 29 Mike Minns Kawasaki/merlin sidecars 1 21:54.469 103.333, 24 #53 Wayne Bourgeais* Kawasaki/Basto Transports 2 22:07.706 102.303, 25 50 Robert Nelson Suzuki/ 1 22:50.371 99.118, 26 45 John Bain Suzuki/Anglesey”s Fastest Easter Egg 2 23:05.137 98.061, 27 51 Martin Currams Kawasaki/ 2 23:11.187 97.635, 28 49 Bradley Robinson Kawasaki/ 2 24:25.766 92.667, 29 #55 Robert Cairns* Kawasaki/L R RACING 1 25:04.745 90.266, 30 #59 Russell Dodds* Suzuki/Scotts Storage 2 25:10.225 89.939, 1 66 Daniel Ingham Honda/Oadby Motorcycles 2 21:41.624 104.353, 2 77 Radley Hughes Kawasaki/Royal Air Force 1 21:51.981 103.529, 3 73 Arnie Shelton Honda/Shelton Racing 1 22:20.379 101.336, 4 72 Leon Murphy Kawasaki/Hamazaki Racing 2 22:31.234 100.521, 5 82 Sarah Boyes Kramer/ARD Racing 2 22:40.768 99.817, 6 67 Mike Carter Honda/ 1 22:46.541 99.395, 7 74 Lloyd Collins Kawasaki/Hack Engineering 1 22:47.998 99.290, 8 71 Alan Johnston Yamaha/Robert Ewing Racing 2 22:48.447 99.257, 9 86 Andrew McAllister Kawasaki/GING Racing 1 22:49.146 99.206, 10 69 Sebastian Witt Kramer/Kraemer Motorcycle 1 22:55.756 98.730, 11 #87 Pete Gibson* Honda/ 2 23:07.165 97.918, 12 85 Shelley Pike Honda/SPARK 2 23:12.376 97.551, 13 #91 Adrian Skaife* Honda/Jacksons Superbikes 1 23:22.901 96.819, 14 #88 Andrew Jackson* Honda/Falcon electrical southport 1 23:24.273 96.725, 15 83 Derek Wilkie Kawasaki/Chris Clements Groundworks & Paving 2 23:33.953 96.063, 16 75 Nigel Moore Honda/ALAN MOORE CAR REPAIRS 1 24:37.058 91.958, 17 #90 William Piquet* Honda/ 2 24:59.665 90.572, 1 7 Pierre-Yves Bian* Yamaha/Martimotos.com 2 19:35.489 115.550, 2 16 Michael Mace* Triumph/Andy Wintle HV Earthing & Fitting Ltd 1 20:18.777 111.446, 3 15 Samuel Mousley* Yamaha/University of Wales Trinity Saint David (MotoEng.com) 2 20:22.128 111.141, 4 18 Lewis Bramwell* Suzuki/The bike specialist 2 20:42.060 109.357, 5 3 Alun Brooks* Honda/Brooks Boyz Racing 2 20:43.542 109.227, 6 11 Ben Wales* Yamaha/ 2 21:02.827 107.559, 7 5 Mike Brew* Kawasaki/MBRacing 2 21:18.964 106.202, 8 17 David Brook* Suzuki/Brook Suspension 1 21:30.739 105.233, 9 2 Quentin Limousin* Suzuki/TOM BIKE 1 21:31.510 105.170, 10 4 Liam Chawke* Kawasaki/Carl Roberts EMJESS Racing 1 21:31.761 105.149, 11 14 Chris Stuart* Yamaha/Stuart Mechanical Engineering 2 21:33.655 104.996, 12 1 Victor Ortega* Kawasaki/KS Performance 2 21:39.921 104.489, 13 10 Danila Krasniuk* Honda/General sponsor – INPRIDE (Insurance broker, Russia) 2 21:43.287 104.220, 14 13 Paul Marley* Kawasaki/marley landrovers 2 21:46.202 103.987, 15 8 Krystian Paluch* Honda/ 1 22:07.307 102.334, 16 6 Ivo Ladde* Yamaha/Dietrich, Brillenheld, 422 Corse/Ivo Ladde Racing 1 22:07.837 102.293, 17 12 Chris North* Kawasaki/Chris Brack 2 22:33.640 100.343, 1 22 Andrea Majola* Paton/ 2 20:27.761 110.631, 2 20 Mark Kirkby* Kawasaki/Emmerson Timber Frame & Carpentry Mansfield 2 21:31.088 105.204, 3 19 Wayne Bourgeais* Kawasaki/Basto Transports 2 22:07.706 102.303, 4 25 David Stiff* Suzuki/Motul 2 24:09.757 93.690, 5 21 Robert Cairns* Kawasaki/L R RACING 1 25:04.745 90.266, 6 26 Russell Dodds* Suzuki/Scotts Storage 2 25:10.225 89.939, 1 29 Pete Gibson* Honda/ 2 23:07.165 97.918, 2 30 Adrian Skaife* Honda/Jacksons Superbikes 1 23:22.901 96.819, 3 27 Andrew Jackson* Honda/Falcon electrical southport 1 23:24.273 96.725, 4 31 William Piquet* Honda/ 2 24:59.665 90.572, 1 6 Michael Dunlop Suzuki/Team Classic Suzuki 2 18:00.136 125.751, 2 9 David Johnson Kawasaki/Robert Burns Ltd. / Alasdair Cowan Racing 2 18:06.265 125.041, 3 1 Horst Saiger Kawasaki/Greenall Racing 2 18:29.825 122.387, 4 16 Philip Crowe Suzuki xr69/Team Classic Suzuki 1 18:32.820 122.057, 5 18 Rob Hodson Kawasaki/Greenall Racing 1 18:43.436 120.904, 6 8 Jamie Coward Kawasaki/Kraus / PreZ Racing 1 18:44.234 120.818, 7 7 Gary Johnson Suzuki/Team York Suzuki 1 18:45.353 120.698, 8 11 Michael Sweeney Kawasaki/Mistral Racing 1 18:50.031 120.198, 9 19 Joey Thompson Kawasaki/Wilcock Consulting Kawasaki 1 19:02.021 118.937, 10 12 Craig Neve Kawasaki/Robert Burns Ltd. / Alasdair Cowan Racing 1 19:06.663 118.455, 11 4 Michael Rutter Yamaha/Team Winfield 1 19:09.891 118.123, 12 25 Forest Dunn Kawasaki/Alasdair Cowan Racing 2 19:15.935 117.505, 13 35 Josh Daley Yamaha/Pete Beale Yamaha 2 19:21.165 116.976, 14 49 Michal Dokoupil Suzuki/Cookson Travel Racing 2 19:21.646 116.927, 15 37 Richard Wilson Norton/Wiz Norton Racing 1 19:24.256 116.665, 16 13 Sam West Suzuki/Team York Suzuki 1 19:38.305 115.274, 17 59 Adrian Harrison Kawasaki/Aireborough Motor Co 2 19:38.475 115.257, 18 23 Brian McCormack Suzuki/Thompson Plastering, Roadhouse Macau, 1 19:39.434 115.164, 19 48 Darren Cooper Yamaha/Cumbria Radiators 2 19:39.537 115.154, 20 58 Paul Potchy Williams Kawasaki/Slipscreens Ltd 2 19:43.023 114.814, 21 34 Mike Booth Kawasaki/BSK Pro 2 19:50.192 114.123, 22 17 Danny Webb Suzuki/Team Classic Suzuki 1 19:56.762 113.496, 23 31 David Hewson Kawasaki/Obsession Engineering Ltd. 2 19:58.535 113.328, 24 45 Charles Rhys Hardisty Suzuki/Reps Motorcycles 1 20:05.341 112.688, 25 51 Mark Parrett Kawasaki/MPR / Richard Taylor 1 20:11.151 112.148, 26 60 Dave Moffitt Suzuki/DTS Racing 1 20:12.559 112.018, 27 36 Robert Barber Kawasaki/The Validation Centre 1 20:12.656 112.009, 28 79 Lancelot Unissart Kawasaki/Honey Racing Team 1 20:51.618 108.522, 29 78 Richard Vuillermet Kawasaki/AJ Restoration 1 21:36.246 104.786, 30 74 Steve Moody Honda/BRIDGE THE GAP 1 21:48.287 103.821, 1 20 Richard Wilson Honda/Chris Hughes Racing 2 22:28.158 100.751, 2 6 Derek Sheils Honda/Greenall Racing 2 22:40.893 99.808, 3 15 Alex Sinclair Honda/Fox Classic Racing 1 23:05.545 98.032, 4 1 Paul Jordan AJS/Ripley Land Racing 1 23:09.672 97.741, 5 24 Ewan Hamilton Honda/McFee Family Andreas IOM 2 23:46.919 95.190, 6 47 Tom Weeden Honda/Goathland Garage Classics 1 23:59.215 94.376, 7 37 Dave Moffitt Honda/LGC Racing / Leo Castles 1 24:07.944 93.807, 8 40 Jeff Ward Suzuki/Jeff Carbutt Racing 1 24:36.907 91.968, 9 27 Dave Matravers Seeley AJS/Paul & Dawn Matravers 2 24:47.000 91.344, 10 46 Jeff Smith Honda/Robspeed Motorcycles 2 25:05.184 90.240, 11 73 Ken Parkes* Honda/KP Racing 1 25:06.171 90.181, 12 74 Simon Collins* Honda/Thug Bike England Ltd. 2 25:15.308 89.637, 13 54 Karl Fox Honda/Dave Gawthorpe / Bob Jackson Racing 1 25:30.977 88.720, 14 59 Jason Lamb Honda/ML and JL Services 2 25:35.485 88.459, 15 67 Gary Hutton Honda/Dempster Racing 2 26:06.671 86.698, 16 72 Jason Burrill* Honda/Neil Watson 1 26:07.716 86.641, 17 75 Terence Sansom Honda/Paul & Dawn Matravers 2 26:10.226 86.502, 18 65 Edward Poole Norton/Sheila M Poole 2 27:53.417 81.168, 1 1 Davey Todd Honda/Milenco by Padgett’s Motorcycles 2 19:40.146 115.094, 2 3 Ian Lougher Yamaha/Laylaw Racing 1 19:53.688 113.789, 3 15 Dominic Herbertson Honda/John Chapman Racing 2 19:58.462 113.335, 4 10 Daniel Sayle Honda/John Chapman Racing 2 20:01.328 113.065, 5 13 Lee Johnston Yamaha/Binch Racing 1 20:08.715 112.374, 6 8 Jamie Coward Yamaha/Binch Racing 1 20:08.802 112.366, 7 7 Gary Vines Yamaha/Binch Racing 2 20:13.608 111.921, 8 18 Charles Rhys Hardisty Yamaha/Kaymac / Willson and Widling 1 20:22.239 111.130, 9 16 Carsten Svendsen Yamaha/Skulptur Stoberiet 2 20:29.459 110.478, 10 14 Chris Moore Yamaha/Outhwaite Plant/ Silverstar Services Ltd / Devitt Racing 1 20:39.885 109.549, 11 24 Alex Sinclair Ducati/Louigi Moto 1 21:24.584 105.737, 12 42 James Ford Honda/Rainford Models / Speedycom 1 21:45.888 104.012, 13 30 Adrian Morris Yamaha/Adrian Morris Racing 1 22:15.639 101.695, 14 50 Andrew Davies Spondon/Allspeed Exhausts / PJME.co.uk / Bushtec 1 22:20.109 101.356, 15 29 Steven Howard Yamaha/Howard Racing 1 22:25.653 100.938, 16 47 Andrew Cowie Kawasaki/Regaby Racing 1 22:56.038 98.709, 17 57 Jason Burrill* Yamaha/ 1 23:54.973 94.655, 18 12 Phil Harvey Yamaha/LayLaw Racing 1 34:19.675 65.946, 1 #120 James Hind Yamaha/Bass Tyre Services 2 18:51.691 120.022, 2 #102 Stephen Parsons Kawasaki/The People’s Bike 2 18:55.322 119.638, 3 #110 Nathan Harrison Honda/Chris Preston / Quayside Tyres 2 18:59.395 119.211, 4 #107 Stephen Smith Suzuki/Slipps Racing 2 19:10.957 118.013, 5 118 Damian Horan Suzuki/Martin Long/Jim Minogue 2 19:14.196 117.682, 6 #116 Andrew Fisher Yamaha/Fisher Racing 2 19:17.973 117.298, 7 #103 Andrew Farrell Kawasaki/JFR Racing/Steadplan 1 19:22.018 116.890, 8 #117 David McConnachy Yamaha/AGR Motorsport/PALhire 1 19:26.220 116.469, 9 #111 Brad Vicars Honda/VRS Racing 2 19:26.465 116.444, 10 #101 Steven Procter Yamaha/Stagefreight haulage 2 19:28.876 116.204, 11 #108 Dave Butler Kawasaki/Team 85 1 19:30.847 116.008, 12 #109 Francesco Curinga Honda/Bemar Racing Team 2 19:31.431 115.950, 13 106 Daniel Ingham Suzuki/Strangford Holiday Park 1 19:33.158 115.780, 14 #121 Ryan Maher Yamaha/Back Racing Team Maher 2 19:34.266 115.671, 15 #140 Arnie Shelton Kawasaki/Shelton Racing 2 19:55.648 113.602, 16 113 Marc Colvin Suzuki/RC Racing 2 19:58.110 113.369, 17 128 Shaun Evans Suzuki/Stonehouse Campers 2 20:03.891 112.824, 18 #126 Gaz Evans Honda/Pertemps network racing 2 20:06.744 112.557, 19 123 Adrian Hartog Suzuki/ 2 20:11.101 112.152, 20 #133 Grant Gaskell Kawasaki/Prb racing 2 20:11.191 112.144, 21 #139 Richard Stubbs Yamaha/Denise Chenoweth Racing 2 20:11.529 112.113, 22 #124 Dennis Booth Kawasaki/ 2 20:14.082 111.877, 23 #125 Leon Murphy Suzuki/George Stewart 2 20:17.083 111.601, 24 #129 Steven Horne Kawasaki/Body Logic/Shirlaws/SBS 2 20:18.500 111.471, 25 #148 James Reveley Yamaha/PCN Racing 2 20:20.047 111.330, 26 #151 Kevin Barsby Triumph/SNRacing , michelin , paul dobson photography 2 20:22.338 111.121, 27 #132 Teddy Bresson Kawasaki/Bijouterie POIROT 2 20:26.024 110.787, 28 #141 Stuart McCann Triumph/GUS Commercials 1 20:26.094 110.781, 29 #143 Colin Croft Suzuki/Croft Electrical Contractors 2 20:28.133 110.597, 30 #153 Rodger Wibberley Yamaha//KS Performance 2 20:33.893 110.081, 31 #131 Chris Sarbora Yamaha/Vanque Banc 2 20:35.573 109.931, 32 #136 Daniel Fernandez Honda/ADT Motowear, ELF, CABERG HELMETS, REENCAFE, FULLM 1 20:36.819 109.820, 33 156 Andrew McAllister Suzuki/FRSNI Bangor 1 20:37.090 109.796, 34 #155 Lee Hembury Yamaha/Crendon-Fasttrack 2 20:37.780 109.735, 35 #147 Nigel Rea Suzuki/Suzy mint Rea 2 20:39.465 109.586, 36 #134 Andrew Windsor Yamaha/ 2 20:39.544 109.579, 37 #142 Nick Southerwood Suzuki/Satori Racing 2 20:41.423 109.413, 38 #145 Louis O’Regan Yamaha/Dragontec Automotive 2 20:44.728 109.123, 39 #146 Ross Orchard Yamaha/westcountry inn ltd 2 20:45.656 109.041, 40 #135 Jack Fowler Triumph/ 2 20:49.273 108.726, 41 #152 Tommy Henry Yamaha/H. Senior Classic Manx Grand Prix. 51 78 Benjamin Plant Kawasaki / Car Colour, Express mobile bod 01:03:13.077 107.428 29 70 Alan Johnston Kawasaki / Downeys KIA 01:21:20.726 111.318 Replica In total there are about 42 separate awards and the list will doubtless continue to grow. The 2006 Manx Grand Prix motorcycle races for amateur competitors took place from 28 August to 1 September over the Snaefell Mountain Course.The English rider Craig Atkinson won both the Junior and Senior Grand Prix races. THRILLING STRUGGLE BETWEEN FRITH AND SWANSTON IN THE SENIOR ENDS IN VICTORY FOR THE LATTER THE JUNIOR RACE In spite of the fact that one third of the riders in this year’s ” Puzza T.T.” were recruited from last year’s Grand […] 24 30 David Quine Yamaha 01:00:47.037 111.730 Replica 5 and 7 September 1961. 8 23 Paul Wardell Kawasaki / Bee Lighting 01:02:44.635 108.240 Replica Classes are usually over-subscribed as a result. Chris Palmer (former British 125c… 14 6 Ivo Ladde* Yamaha / Dietrich, Brillenheld, 422 Corse/Iv 01:28:32.408 102.272 33 53 Rodger Wibberley Yamaha / /KS Performance 01:22:11.462 110.173 Replica The Junior Class features machines whose capacity must not exceed 750cc. 16 58 Arthur Browning Seeley / Wobbly Bob Racing / Atherstone A 01:13:32.456 92.349 The name “Manx” refers to the Isle of Man and its famously tailless cats. 30 79 Lancelot Unissart Kawasaki / Honey Racing Team 01:25:06.258 106.401 Any brakes. Alternatively you can track a rider’s entire Mountain Course career from their early days of racing at the TT or Manx Grand Prix. 44 46 Ross Orchard Yamaha / westcountry inn ltd 01:02:08.855 109.279 Replica 16 23 Adrian Hartog Kawasaki 01:00:03.662 113.075 Replica RESULTS: Thundersport GB Round 6 – August 25-26, 2019, Manx GP: Harrison overcomes pit lane penalty to win Junior thriller, O’Shea wins FIM Moto3 Junior World Championship seat, NZ Superbikes: Hoogenboezem doubles up at season opener. Crookall Trophy. Best Lap – 70 Lancelot Unissart 21:24.569 105.738mph, 1 70 Lancelot Unissart Honda / Pullen Racing / French Assault 01:04:53.706 104.652 Replica, 2 61 Tom Snow Honda NSF / Falcon Electrical 01:05:09.375 104.233 Replica, 3 64 Alex Sinclair Yamaha / CSC Racing 01:05:45.834 103.269 Replica, 4 74 Lloyd Collins Kawasaki / Hack Engineering 01:06:03.816 102.801 Replica, 5 69 Sebastian Witt Kramer / Kraemer Motorcycle 01:06:11.651 102.598 Replica, 6 77 Radley Hughes Kawasaki / Royal Air Force 01:06:20.199 102.378 Replica, 7 67 Mike Carter Honda 01:06:51.234 101.586 Replica, 8 71 Alan Johnston Yamaha / Robert Ewing Racing 01:07:17.379 100.928 Replica, 9 73 Arnie Shelton Honda / Shelton Racing 01:07:38.958 100.391 Replica, 10 82 Sarah Boyes Kramer / ARD Racing 01:08:01.939 99.826 Replica, 11 63 Andrew Cowie Kawasaki / Neil Wood Painting & Decoratin 01:08:25.657 99.249 Replica, 12 65 Steve Moody Honda / DILLIGAF Racing 01:08:36.135 98.997 Replica, 13 75 Nigel Moore Honda / ALAN MOORE CAR REPAIRS 01:09:01.328 98.395 Replica, 14 85 Shelley Pike Honda / SPARK 01:09:11.439 98.155 Replica, 15 84 Steve Price Kawasaki / Mags/BML Racing 01:10:01.225 96.992 Replica, 16 83 Derek Wilkie Kawasaki / Chris Clements Groundworks & 01:12:57.951 93.076, Best Lap – 70 Lancelot Unissart 21:24.569 105.738mph, Race 1 - MGP Supporters Club Lightweight ↓ 18 48 Darren Cooper Yamaha / Cumbria Radiators 01:19:32.211 113.849 Bronze 5 14 Hefyn Owen Honda / Owen Racing 01:07:41.918 100.318 Silver 9 1 Victor Ortega* Kawasaki / KS Performance 01:25:08.714 106.350 Replica On the first evening of Practice, Newcomers are escorted around the course on a speed-controlled lap by the Traveling Marshals (8 marshals on bikes who lap the course regularly to check for problems.) Coatings 01:23:02.338 109.048 Replica 45 36 Daniel Fernandez Honda / ADT Motowear, ELF, CABERG HE 01:23:26.206 108.528 6 17 David Brook* Suzuki / Brook Suspension 01:22:07.635 110.258 Replica 8 14 Davey Todd Yamaha / Milenco by Padgett’s Motorcycles 01:16:45.016 117.983 Silver The Manx Grand Prix motorcycle races are held on the Isle of Man TT Course (or 'Mountain Circuit') every year for a two-week period, usually spanning the end of August and early September. 60 83 Danila Krasniuk* Honda / General sponsor- MOTOIZEVRO ( 01:05:11.489 104.176 The MGP began in 1923 as the 'Manx Amateur Road Races' or MARC. 57 80 Quentin Limousin* Suzuki / INTEGRAL MOTO 01:04:47.306 104.824 27 69 Lee Jennings Molnar Manx / Lee Jennings Racing 01:16:31.159 88.754 39 58 Andreas Psychogyios Yamaha / PSYCHOGYIOS RACING TEAM 01:22:44.334 109.443 Replica 16 33 Gavin Brown Kawasaki / Faraghers/Metalco 01:04:29.781 105.299 Replica 21 48 Steven Beale Kawasaki / Mylchreests Group 01:06:28.113 102.175 Throughout the duration of the races there are various club meetings (particularly of classic machines) and there is also a Classic Parade on closed roads. 9 19 Rob Hodson Honda / Geoff Bates Racing 01:09:30.740 97.701 Silver Best Lap – 20 Mark Kirkby* 21:25.882 105.630mph, 1 20 Mark Kirkby* Kawasaki / Emmerson Timber Frame & Car 01:27:40.679 103.278 Replica, 2 21 Robert Cairns* Kawasaki / L R RACING 01:33:48.958 96.521 Replica, 3 25 David Stiff* Suzuki / Motul 01:35:57.921 94.359 Replica, 4 26 Russell Dodds* Suzuki / Scotts Storage 01:39:04.744 91.394, Best Lap – 20 Mark Kirkby* 21:25.882 105.630mph, Race - MGP Newcomers C ↓ RECORDS GO HIGHER IN MANX GRAND PRIX RACES FRITH (NORTON) WINS THE JUNIOR EVENT. The double overhead cam configuration was developed in 1937 and after many problems perfected one year later. 1 9 David Johnson Kawasaki / Robert Burns Ltd. / Alasdair Co 01:13:27.422 123.272 Silver 22 28 Shaun Evans Suzuki / Stonehouse Campers 01:20:24.875 112.606 Replica 5 3 Daniel Ingham Suzuki / Strangford Holiday Park 01:16:34.683 118.248 Replica 29 70 Alan Johnston Kawasaki / BES Contracts 01:01:20.233 110.722 Replica 19 43 Allan Brodie Suzuki / Paint Doctor UK/Geoff Martin 01:19:37.256 113.729 Bronze Bringing all the action from clubs including Thundersport GB, NG Road Racing, BMCRC, No Limits, Wirral 100, KMSC, Aintree, Crewe & South Cheshire, Melville, NEMCRC and EMRA. The MGP or Manx (as it is more commonly known) is considered to be the amateur rider's alternative and a learning experience for the Isle of Man TT races held in May/June. The Senior Post Classic: for 601 to 1050cc four stroke machines and 351 to 750cc two stroke machines, cut off date 31 December 1985. 28 61 Eric Wilson Kawasaki / Obsession Engineering LTD 01:23:26.566 108.520 20 42 Richard Lambourne Honda / Davy Hastings Racing 01:14:26.744 91.226 32 52 Tommy Henry Yamaha / H. O Kane Motors Armoy 01:22:03.861 110.343 Replica 6 77 Radley Hughes Kawasaki / Royal Air Force 01:06:20.199 102.378 Replica The 2009 Post Classic Race was introduced with regulations designed to test machine availability. 4 7 Maria Costello Paton / Beugger Racing 01:02:47.760 108.150 Silver The legendary Norton Manx was the mainstay of British racing for generations. 17 31 Hefyn Owen Ducati / Sean White 01:06:49.724 101.624 23 41 Daniel Ingham Suzuki / Derek Jones Butchers / Digital Dea 01:21:12.295 111.510 Bronze 1 1 John McGuinness Paton / Team Winfield 01:01:03.252 111.236 Silver 4 16 Andrea Majola* Paton 01:01:39.395 110.149 Replica Next up on five wins is Denis Parkinson, the first rider on the list not to have competed in the modern era. Total Laps – 122 12 16 David Madsen-Mygdal Honda / Team Gimbert Racing 01:10:52.258 95.828 Bronze MGP 2017 Lightweight Manx Grand Prix Results Posn No Competitor Machine Time Speed; 1: 2: Darren Cooper: Supertwin: 01:20:20.314 112.713 2: 7: Andrew Farrell: 2012 Kawasaki ER650: 01:20:48.300 112.062 3: 15: ... MGP17 Lightweight Manx Grand Prix; MGP17 Senior Manx Grand Prix; The World's Ultimate Road Race. They are then at liberty to circulate at their desired pace. This class is run as two separate races on Race Days (see below) but all the machines leave the start line in the same 'Session' (see below)The Manx Grand Prix Ultra Lightweight class lap record is still held by a Yamaha fzr 400. 15 32 Veronika Hankocyova Paton / Mark Coverdale 01:04:38.853 105.053 Replica Other famous names from bygone decades include Freddie Frith, Phil Read and the great Geoff Duke and the great Mike Casey winner of 1995, all of whom raced at the TT – Duke and Read went on to become multiple world champions. 11 13 Paul Marley* Kawasaki / marley landrovers 01:25:15.234 106.214 Replica 46 62 Sebastian Witt Honda / TC Racing 01:02:47.806 108.149 Replica 2 77 Radley Hughes Kawasaki / Royal Air Force 01:05:49.048 103.185 Replica These new races also allowed for professional and experienced riders to compete.[1]. 17 64 Chris Moore Honda / JL Exhausts / Silverstar Services Lt 01:13:30.886 92.381 Bronze 15 33 Grant Gaskell Kawasaki / TVC Validation Centre 01:19:32.626 113.839 Replica The Manx Motorcycle Club relies exclusively on entry fees and donations to fund the awards. 1 6 Nathan Harrison Honda / Chris Preston/www.DTHC.co.uk 01:15:30.137 119.933 Replica 18 65 Ian Bainbridge Norton / Janette Bainbridge 01:16:18.247 89.004 30 41 Stuart McCann Triumph / GUS Commercials 01:01:21.295 110.690 Replica 18 29 Steven Horne Kawasaki / Body Logic/Shirlaws/SBS 01:00:10.320 112.866 Replica 32 74 Steve Moody Honda / BRIDGE THE GAP 01:27:50.757 103.080 The 2008 Manx Grand Prix was held between 18 and 30 August on the Mountain Course.The Senior event was won by the Welsh rider Adam Barclay, and the Junior and Ultra-Lightweight events by the Manx rider Dan Kneen, who also scored the fastest lap in three different races. 15 84 Steve Price Kawasaki / Mags/BML Racing 01:10:01.225 96.992 Replica 33 61 Jim Barnett Suzuki / Meerkat Racing 01:01:32.872 110.343 Replica 13 24 Alex Sinclair Ducati / Louigi Moto 01:04:51.589 104.709 Bronze 20 20 Steven Horne Kawasaki / Body Logic/Shirlaws/SBS 01:05:05.090 104.347 Replica 51 84 Ben Wales* Yamaha 01:04:29.078 105.318 There are no upcoming events at this time. Best Lap – 4 Michael Rutter 18:01.193 125.628mph 36 52 Tommy Henry Yamaha / H. O Kane Motors Armoy 01:01:39.618 110.142 Replica 11 63 Andrew Cowie Kawasaki / Neil Wood Painting & Decoratin 01:08:25.657 99.249 Replica 4 26 Russell Dodds* Suzuki / Scotts Storage 01:39:04.744 91.394 The re-vamped Manx Grand Prix site (www.manxgrandprix.org) gives visitors and riders the latest news, regulations and entry information direct from the club, along with event history and race reports. 3 64 Alex Sinclair Yamaha / CSC Racing 01:05:45.834 103.269 Replica UK Clubsport uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. 37 64 Ben Shuttlewood Triumph / MJP SERVICES 01:22:28.479 109.794 Replica 38 41 Stuart McCann Triumph / MRE 01:22:34.209 109.667 Replica 2019 Manx GP Results. 11 4 Darryl Tweed Suzuki / Darryl Tweed Racing 01:03:50.535 106.378 Replica Practice is split into two 'groups' – 'All classes except Classic and Ultra Lightweight' and 'Classic and Ultra Lightweight only.' Ken Bills, James Courtney, Michael Evans, Jason Griffiths. 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