The Isle of Man TT is a very special event. Once the most prestigious motorcycle event in the world, the TT requires a certain type of character to ride superbikes at an average speed of over 130 mph through the quaint villages and over the rolling hills of the 37.73-mile Mountain Course. But don’t take […]
Isle of Man TT 2014: SES TT Zero Results
John McGuinness set a new record to win the 2014 TT Zero electric race on the Isle of Man. Riding the Mugen Shinden San, McGuinness completed the single-lap race with a time of 19:17.300, averaging a speed of 117.366 mph.
Bruce Anstey also rode the Shinden San, finishing second with an average speed of 115.048. Both results were better than the previous record average speed of 109.675 mph set by last year’s TT Zero winner, Michael Rutter riding the MotoCzysz E1PC, and McGuinness’ second-place result of 109.527 mph.
The battle for third place provided plenty of drama with Robert Barber of the Ohio State University team narrowly beating Robert Wilson of Team Sarolea by just 0.370 seconds. Barber also finished third in the 2013 TT Zero, but improved his average speed by 3 mph.
|2014 Isle of Man TT: TT Zero Results|
|1||John McGuinness||Mugen Shinden San||19:17.300||117.366 mph|
|2||Bruce Anstey||Mugen Shinden San||19:40.625||115.048 mph|
|3||Robert Barber||OSU Buckeye Current RW-2.x||24:12.230||93.531 mph|
|4||Robert Wilson||Team Sarolea||24:12.600||93.507 mph|
|5||Mark Miller||VercarMoto||26:22.562||85.828 mph|
|5||Timothee Monot||TT Zero||29:02.378||77.956 mph|