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Friday, 20 August 2010

The TON is still quick...................



Kyle from Lowbrow has recorded 105.762 at the second mile marker at the flats at Bonneville, the top end tailed off slightly after that, but that has been put down to running a tad rich in the conditions. It would be great for him to get a genuine Ton Ten when everything drops in later today - the last day of the Speed Trials - make all the work and grief worthwhile.
It goes to show that a genuine One Hundred Miles Per Hour, on old shit, is still an achievement and something to make us old 'uns grin.
Big respect for Kyle and everyone else out there, standing up and being counted!

1 comment:

  1. steve/stockers told me today the record stands at 117mph.....

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