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    This was surpassed by John McGuinness during the 2004 TT on a Yamaha R1 setting a time of 17 min 43.8 s equaling an average lap speed of 127.68 mph (205.43 km/h). McGuinness lowered this even further at the 2007 TT, setting a time of 17:21.99 for an average speed of 130.35 mph (209.35 km/h).
    How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think

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      there again, maybe we will just come back home and take the gloves off as it were.

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        The most successful rider was Joey Dunlop who won 26 times in various classes from 1977 to 2000.
        How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think

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          The future of the TT is always in doubt with regards to the safety, especially "Mad Sunday" when any member of the public can ride the mountain section of the course which is open one way from Ramsey to Onchan.
          How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think

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            i will probably miss 23000 then. shame i would like to try and grab that one and move ahead of fg in the significant numbers listings.

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              The TT races are extremely dangerous because of the high speeds on very narrow, twisting streets, roads and lanes flanked by stone walls and even buildings.
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                Between 1907 and 2007 there have been 224 deaths, all happened during official practices or races on the Snaefell mountain course (this number includes the riders killed during the 1923-2006 Manx Grand Prix and the Clubman TT races).
                How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think

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                  or i could just hang on a bit, wait for troll to bike his way there and then try and pip him on the line.

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                    In 2007 the TT celebrated its 100th anniversary.
                    How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think

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                      Originally posted by DS23 View Post
                      or i could just hang on a bit, wait for troll to bike his way there and then try and pip him on the line.
                      no doubt others will be waiting to snipe the title!!
                      How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think

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