Practice at Braddan Bridge
1st June for the
TT centenary 2007

For practice sessions, Braddan Church charge £1 to make use of their seats, toilets and be plied with culinary delights such as the ubiquitous mashed dead animal parts in a bap. That's generally referred to as a Beef burger.

The location is very good for viewing as it offers facilities, great views and good a photographic vantage.

The riders listed below are those identified but also scroll down or you will miss some of the images
A couple of motorcyclists checking out the vantage points before the roads close.

Getting to the location early to obtain a top vantage point, Stephan volunteer's to set out for more nutritious supplies.

On spotting cameras at the ready, true to his shy and retiring nature, he tries to hide from the lens by hanging off of his Yamaha XS1100.

Bruce Anstey on his 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000cc shows Stephan and all the rest of us spectators how to take the bend. He made a lap time 17 57.85 at 126.017mph giving him second place.

Martin Finnegan on a 2007 Honda CBR 1000cc / Alpha Boilers Racing manages 18 13.57 lap time at 124.206mph average to be fourth fastest on the day.

Alan Connor on a 2006 Suzuki GSXR 600cc / Dunshaulin RRSC manages 20 26.18 lap time at 110.349 mph making him 24th on the day. Quite remarkable achievement when you see how big he is.

I believe that that this is Derran Slous on a 2005 Suzuki GSXR 750cc. Achieving a 20 13.59 lap time with 111.922mph in 38th place.
Ian Hutchinson on a 2007 Honda CBR1000cc/HM Plant Honda Racing took 17 49.10 as a fastest lap at 127.049mph giving him 1st place. Wade Boyd riding a 2005 Kawasaki ZX6 600cc / Hallett Aviation Racing lapping at 21 05.38 at 107.341mph to 33rd place.
Dan Stewart on a 2006 Yamaha R1 1000cc / Wilcock Consulting lapping at 18 31.58 at 121.647 mph giving 11th place Martin Hamberg on a 2006 Yamaha R1 1000cc/Hallett Aviation Racing who managed a lap time of 19 54.09 at 113.750mph for 44th place.

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