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2015 Spring Cup National Road Races – Day Two Round Up

Michael Sweeney secured his first race victory around Oliver’s Mount following a highly accomplished performance in superbike b race two.

The two junior Manx Grand Prix winner has got better and better around the mount as the weekend has gone on, he goes into the Cookstown 100 confident of more top class results.

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Junior b race 2 saw Darren Cooper triumphant, Darren competing on his own teams ZX6R Kawasaki showed great form in challenging conditions around the mount.

Ben Rea sealed second place finish to record his first top three finish around the tight and twisty road race circuit. Ben who is set to make his Isle of Man TT debut this year has thoroughly enjoyed his weekends racing around Oliver’s Mount.

Conrad Harrison/Lee Patterson secured back to back sidecar race victories as 2014 sidecar TT championship winner Conrad showed his quality on Printing roller services backed outfit.

Dean Harrison won a closely fought second senior race as he concluded his first meeting of the 2015 road racing season in top style.

Daley Mathison finished in second position to end a memorable days racing for the rider tipped to impress at TT 2015.

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Finalising the top three finishers was Ivan Lintin who overall was happy with his weekends action on RC Express racing Kawasaki’s.

Guy Martin was overall winner in spring cup A races, the Tyco BMW rider finished fourth in spring cup A race two which was enough for him to clinch for the third year running feature spring cup victory.

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Ivan Lintin finished second overall following back to back third place finishes whilst Tom Weeden finished an excellent third as he opened up his 2015 season in top fashion.

Ryan Farquhar was victorious in classic formula 1 race two following another high quality performance from the seven times Duke road race rankings champion.

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Nick Anderson secured race victory in lightweight race two as the RMKD Kawasaki rider proved why he is considered to be amongst the next generation of pure road racers who all have the talent, ability and determination to become international road race winners.

Overall the 2015 Spring Cup National Road Races has seen 14 different race winners, multiple exciting races and many a newcomer to Oliver’s Mount impress hugely.

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