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The Sidecar Races 1 & 2: Klaus Klaffenbock and Dan Sayle were considered the team to beat in 2011 after having taken the double at TT2010. The first race went entirely to the script, conversely race two witnessed machinery trouble for the fancied pairing on their Manx GAS Honda powered outfit.

THE START: Selected images from the start line on Glencrutchery road.

#1: HOLDEN RACING, 600cc LCR SUZUKI, HOLDEN/WINKLE (UK)

#2: MANX GAS RACING, 600cc LCR HONDA, KLAFFENBOCK/SAYLE (AT)

#3: MR EQUIPE/HAITH HONDA, 600cc HONDA, REEVES/CLUZE (NI)

#9: ROSEDORWINGEAR, 600cc DMR, HANKS/WELLS (UK)

#16: RJROADRACING.COM, 600cc HONDA, HANDCOCK/EDWARDS (UK)

#38: CDL RACING, 600cc LCR KAWASAKI, MONTAGNIER/SEYEUX (FR)

AROUND THE CIRCUIT: Various images captured around the circuit...

#2: MANX GAS RACING, 600cc LCR HONDA, KLAUS KLAFFENBOCK & DAN SAYLE AT GOVERNOR'S BRIDGE AND BALLAUGH BRIDGE

#3: TIM REEVES & GREG CLUZE AT BALLAUGH BRIDGE

#8: GARY BRYAN & GARY PARTRIDGE AT GOVERNOR'S BRIDGE

#11: GREGLAMBERTRACING.COM, 600cc GLR HONDA, GREG LAMBERT & AARON GALLIGAN AT GOVERNOR'S BRIDGE

#25: BRIAN KELLY & DICKY GALE AT GOVERNOR'S BRIDGE

#31: KEITH WALTERS & ALUN THOMAS AT GOVERNOR'S BRIDGE

#32: REDLINE SUPERBIKES/DIALLED IN RACING, 600cc DMR KAWASAKI, GARY KNIGHT & DAN KNIGHT AT BALLAUGH BRIDGE

#35: WALLY SAUNDERS & EDDY KIFF AT BALLAUGH BRIDGE

#51: MICHAEL GRABMULLER & AXEL KOELSCH AT BALLAUGH BRIDGE

THE ROSTRUM: There were expectations that the  TT2010 winners of both Sidecar races Klaus Klaffenbock and Dan Sayle would again dominate both Sidecar races, they won Sidecar Race 1, however machine trouble robbed the duo of the Race 2 rostrum entirely, the team of John Holden and Andy Winkle took Sidecar Race 2 on their LCR Suzuki powered outfit.

RACE 1 ROSTRUM: #2: Klaus Klaffenbock/Dan Sayle (1st), #1: John Holden/Andrew Winkle (2nd) and #6: Conrad Harrison/Mike Aylott (3rd)

KLAUS AND DAN HOLDING THE TT PERPETUAL TROPHY

DAN AND KLAUS KISSING THE TT PERPETUAL TROPHY

THE CHAMPAGNE WAS REALLY FLOWING!

RACE 2 ROSTRUM: #1: John Holden/Andrew Winkle (1st), #6: Conrad Harrison/Mike Aylott (2nd) and #7: Tony Elmer/Darren Marshall (3rd). Klaus Klaffenbock/Dan Sayle finished the race and were credited with 6th place.

JOHN HOLDEN AND ANDREW WINKLE WITH THE TT PERPETUAL TROPHY

#1: JOHN HOLDEN/ANDREW WINKLE (1st), #6: CONRAD HARRISON/MIKE AYLOTT - LHS (2nd), #7: TONY ELMER/DARREN MARSHALL - RHS (3rd)

THE ENTIRE ROSTRUM SHARED THE BUBBLY WITH ONE OF THE SURE MOBILE GIRLS

MORE TT2011 COVERAGE: Please continue my 'TT2011 coverage' by selecting from the following pages...

Up Pre TT Classic 2011 TT2011 Superbike TT2011 Sidecars TT2011 TT Zero TT2011 Senior TT2011 Pit Walks TT2011 Yamaha 50th TT2011 Parade Laps TT2011 Atmosphere TT2011 Sprints Post TT Races 2011

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Copyright 2013   Derek J. Hanbidge,  (aka Deejay51),  all rights reserved.
Revised: August 25, 2013.

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