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After a tremendous performance throughout Lee Johnston clinched 350 classic TT victory. Lee competing on Black Eagle racing MV Agusta was down in 5th place at Glen Helen on lap 1 but charged his way through to the front following a stunning new 350 classic TT lap record on lap 2 with lap speed of 105.239 mph.
Alan Oversby held a seven second lead over William Dunlop at end of lap 1 and kept up his good pace to clinch second position on Davies motorsport Honda finishing 45 seconds behind race winner Lee Johnston.
Roy Richardson completed podium finishers are a highly accomplished performance whilst 2014 500 classic TT winner Ian Lougher was fourth after a consistent and solid ride on Ripley land racing drixton Honda.
Jamie Hamilton was a fine fifth whilst Chris Swallow rounded out top six. Phil Mcgurk enjoyed an excellent ride to seventh position, Doug Snow was eighth, Olie Linsdell ninth and Paul Coward finalised the top ten.
James Cowton currently second in Duke road race rankings championship clinched a highly creditable 13th place finish. MV Agusta has a long prestigious history around the mountain course and general Lee Johnston’s win today is another landmark in the famous manufacturers history of racing at the most famous road race circuit in the world.