Windsor-based Kiwi Bruce Anstey says he has one eye on the lap record when he visits the Ulster Grand Prix in August but is wary of a challenge from the Dunlop brothers.
Anstey, who wowed everyone last year when he came from the second wave to win last year’s feature race on corrected time, already holds the record at 131.879 and thinks it could be broken.
"The Ulster Grand Prix is a real rider’s circuit, I really enjoy it. I’m looking forward to the Ulster this year, if we get a good day one of us could break the record for the fastest lap," said the Padgett’s Honda man..
“I’d like to say I could do it but you never know – the Dunlops are getting faster and I’m getting older.”