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Dean Harrison on top at Isle of Man TT qualifiers

Dean Harrison at the North West 200 (Stephen Davison/Pacemaker Press)
Dean Harrison at the North West 200 (Stephen Davison/Pacemaker Press)

Dean Harrison once again led the way in the Superbike and Superstock times during the second Isle of Man TT qualifying session on Tuesday evening.

Harrison is at the top of the Superbike leaderboard after the final lap, with a speed of 129.53mph, the News Letter reported.

He also topped the Superstock class, reaching a speed of 129.34mph on his Kawasaki ZX-10RR.

Conor Cummins remained in second place in the Superbikes ahead of James Hillier, despite being black flagged when his Fireblade was smoking.

He posted a speed of 128.09mph ahead of James Hillier on 128.07mph.

Michael Dunlop came in at fourth place, his highest speed being 126.93mph on his Tyco BMW bike.

Honda's Ian Hutchinson took fifth place with a lap of 125.39mph despite crashing on his second lap, his condition was reported as "ok".

He was followed by Michael Rutter and Jamie Coward.

In the Supersport class Derek McGee came in at second place with a lap of 122.04mph.

He was followed by Lee Johnston in third with a speed of 122.05mph and John McGuinness in fourth at 119.93mph.

Time out: Michael Dunlop and John McGuinness chat at the TT
Time out: Michael Dunlop and John McGuinness chat at the TT

Magherafelt rider Paul Jordan was fifth with a speed of 118.88mph.

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