some drama, with Team Mugen's three-bike strategy having to be rethinked due to news from John McGuinness and Bruce Anstey.
As such, Mugen ultimately would field a two-man team, with Michael Rutter and Lee Johnston on the helm of
blow to the Team Mugen squad, which has already had to change its rider lineup after hearing the news of Bruce Anstey, but for TT fans it surely doesn't bode well for seeing one of the biggest road racing stars on
Unfortunate news for road racing fans, as we get word that Bruce Anstey will miss this year's Isle of Man TT (and likely the rest of the 2018 road racing season), because
Bruce Anstey? Or, Lee Johnston?
Your guess is as good as ours, as all three road-racers are more than capable of
Cameron Donald was in the broadcast booth rather than on a Norton, and 48-year-old crowd favorite Bruce Anstey won the TT Zero electric bike race for Mugen but didn't fully factor in to podium contention the rest
Coming in third was Dean Harrison, who took over the final podium spot after Bruce Anstey had to retire at Bedstead.
The race caps a tough week for Michael Dunlop, who didn't have the outing
Bruce Anstey filled in for McGuinness on the Team Mugen bike, and was only able to post a 113 mph lap in
Bruce Anstey, Conor Cummins, and Gary Johnson also all retired, calling it quits at the end of the first lap as they
With Guy Martin and Bruce Anstey riding the Mugen this year, expect a TT Zero win and new lap record. But until the electric bikes can
TT this year for the first time since 1996 due to injuries from a crash at the NW200), chill Kiwi Bruce Anstey, with 11 wins and 36 total podiums, and Ian Lougher, who has started in 111 TT races, with 10 wins,