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John McGuinness shows why he's one of the top motorcycle racers in the world with a win in the SES TT Zero Challenge on the Isle Of Man. His 22nd-TT win breaks his own electric-motorcycle record with an average speed of 119.279 miles per hour from a standing start.
The Isle of Man is abuzz with the chatter of visitors and the blatting of motorcycles at the annual TT (Tourist Trophy) race. Crowds have gathered from around the world to watch races being run and records being beaten. They have not been disappointed.
John McGuinness is a poet like no other. Invoking passion like Neruda using only the twisty, timeworn vocabulary of the Snaefell Mountain Course, the Morecambe Missile can best be heard crafting his boisterous verse during the annual TT races when standing alongside the 37.7-mile asphalt ribbon that weaves its way through the towns and villages of the Isle of
Tuesday morning on the Isle of Man, John McGuinness didn't merely raise the bar by circling the 37.7-mile Snaefell Mountain Course in 19:17.3 minutes at an average of 117.366 miles per hour during the running of the annual TT Zero. Despite an ailing wrist, he snatched the bar from its moorings and threw it javelin-like into the chilly Irish Sea, adding an additional 7.691 mph to Domenick Yoney
Michael Rutter has just won his third SES TT Zero, giving MotoCzysz it's fourth-in-a-row victory in the electric motorcycle race on the Isle of Man. But it was close. Damn close. One-point-six-seconds close. In the end, after months of engineering effort, the top spot on the podium – the only position that really matters to these guys – came down to which team was willing to ta