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McGuinness leads Hillier through Ramsey TT 2013

McGuinness leads Hillier through Ramsey TT 2013 - click to enlarge

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Another great picture from Richard Radcliffe showing the reigning 'King of the Mountain,' John McGuinness, leading One of the young pretenders through Parliament Square in Ramsey.

James Hillier had a superb TT 2013, picking up his first winner's replica in the BikeSocial.co.uk Lightweight TT, before going on to seriously challenge for a podium position in the Senior later that same day.

Starting first on the road the Hampshire-based rider caught on to John's slipstream as the (then) 19-time TT winner passed him and he proceeded to hang on for the best part of the six laps race.

It's anyone's guess how much the Quattro Plant Kawasaki rider learnt from his impromptu leasson with the Mountain Maestro, but one thing is certain: James Hillier proved he's a major force for the future with a mature and powerful ride.

John admitted afterwards he was actually holding the Kawasaki rider up on the final lap - inded Hillier lunged past John in the final miles of the epic race to try and snatch third place from Bruce Anstey but left his bid just a bit too late.

This photo really captures the full atmosphere of a classic Senior TT with the bright sunlight, big crowds and really close racing.

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