to be a proving ground for younger riders, now we see the big names in the class as well, with Ian Hutchinson, Michael Dunlop, Peter Hickman and others testing their mettle on the 650cc twin-cylinder bikes.
The final race on Wednesday,
riders in the history of the Senior, with seven wins apiece, but with only two active riders, Michael Dunlop and Ian Hutchinson, having claimed a win in the blue ribbon race, we could see a new victor added to the 45 names
His long-time rival, Ian Hutchinson, is much trickier to judge. The Englishman has more TT wins than any other active rider, but he'll face
absense, as well as the possibility that the 2018 Isle of Man TT will also be without John McGuinness and Ian Hutchinson, both of who are having issues with in their recoveries, which means that this year's TT could be missing
Honda Motor Europe just announced its road racing squad for the 2018 season, welcoming Ian Hutchinson and Lee Johnston to team. The duo should be a strong lineup for Honda, and it is fairly big news
Sixteen-time TT winner Ian Hutchinson fractured his femur, in the same leg he almost lost six years ago, in a crash during the red-flagged
Ian Hutchinson might have a broken femur bone right now, but all-in-all he is a pretty lucky man. Crashing during
Once again, a TT race was framed around two riders: Ian Hutchinson and Michael Dunlop. Hutchinson came into the Senior TT with two race wins on his tally, one from the Superbike TT and one from
We will cut right to the chase: showing his dominance on the course was Ian Hutchinson, who won his third Superstock TT race in a row, which was his second TT race win during this year'