What a week that was! - This year's Isle of Man TT saw Hunts Motorcycles supported Michael Dunlop take an incredible four wins bringing his TT tally to seven.
Michael's week started by storming to victory in the Dainese Superbike race on his Honda TT Legends CBR1000RR, 30 years after his uncle Joey Dunlop achieved the same feat. The following morning Michael secured his second win in the Supersport race on his MD Racing/PTR Honda CBR600RR, later going on to take victory in the Superstock race on the Hunts Motorcycles/MD Racing CBR1000RR Fireblade, setting an incredible new lap record of 131.220mph (only 3.5 seconds off the outright Superbike lap record on a stock Fireblade!).
Wednesday's second Supersport race, saw Michael put in another blistering performance with his MD Racing/PTR Honda to secure the win and set another new lap record of 128.667mph. With four wins already in the bag, Michael was aiming for five out of five in the Senior race, while TT Legends team mate John McGuinness was on the lookout for his first TT victory of 2013. It was McGuinness who triumphed after an epic battle with Michael and in doing so took his 20th TT win and 41st podium, Kiwi Bruce Anstey completing another fantastic Honda 1-2-3.
John Brown, Managing Director - Hunts Motorcycles, "TT2013 proved that Michael is a force to be reckoned with. His hard work and determination has paid off with four incredible TT wins in a week and left nobody in any doubt that he was the man to beat. We are immensely proud that he has now cemented his place with Honda TT Legends whilst still running his own team which we are delighted to continue to support. Michael's Superstock Fireblade CBR1000RR was built here in our workshops in Manchester and he will be riding the Hunts Motorcycles Superbike CBR1000RR in selected roads events during the rest of the season. Well done Michael, let's do it again next year!"