Kawasaki Ninja H2R to 331 km/h by James Hillier in Sulby
James Hillier was chosen by the pilot to fly its spectacular Kawasaki Ninja H2R by 60 kilómetros of travel of the Mountain Course on the Isle of Man, where it is celebrated these days TT 2015. The organization has granted a completely clear lap Hillier during the Parade Lap held in the afternoon of Wednesday, a slow round in which several World Superbike riders, among them Jonathan Rea, Tom Sykes and Sylvain have come Guintoli- the Isle of Man on motorcycle series.
Far from cutting, Hillier has absolutely been thoroughly squeezing the supercharged 326 hp of the Ninja H2R in Sulby straight lengthy drive, achieving a top speed of 206 stratospheric real mph, 331 km / h, roughly the same rate as reaching the Superbike TT.
Hillier’s words back after this bestial say it all: “It was crazy, just crazy The first four marches were just at a time and the acceleration is brutal’ve been fast everywhere, and because the mountain was incredible.. . He wore the app Strava throughout the round, and lowering the Sulby straight I did thoroughly roof 206 miles per hour.not of the most anticipated moments of the 2015 Tourist Trophy races past was knowing I could do the Kawasaki rider James Hillier with the brand new Kawasaki Ninja H2R in the lap of honor at the Mountain Course. Sport turbo of 326 hp was not disappointed as it has reached 331 km / h top speed at Sulby straight, the fastest point of the circuit.
To give you an idea of the speed marked Lee Johnston has broken the 2015 speed record in the Superstock race with a speed of 308 km / h with a BMW S 1000 RR (test BMW S 1000 RR) almost standard. Logically Hillier did not pull the maximum and average lap speed has remained in a less spectacular 109.5 mph on average.
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Enough in any case to illustrate the possibilities of this particular bike circuit with 50,000 euros for price. Hillier unit hardly changes wore to the suspensions to be standard off the bumpy street circuit areas.
Compared eager to see the new Honda RC213V-S derived from MotoGP.