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Tyco Suzuki by TAS secured a 1-2 finish in opening race of this years Armoy road races. William Dunlop lead the whole race as he edged out team mate Guy Martin for a fantastic supersport race victory.
Since fighting back to fitness following crash in senior TT William has won at Skerries road races, Walderstown road races and now at Armoy, momentum is rising all the time for him as the Ulster Grand Prix is soon on the horizon.
Keith Amor acquired a fantastic third place finish after a tenacious performance on Site Sealants B&W racing CBR 600 Honda, Keith finished over three seconds in front of fourth place finisher Michael Dunlop.
Michael battled his way through to fourth place whilst Armoy newcomer Dan Kneen recorded a highly creditable fifth position on Cookstown Burrows engineering racing CBR 600 Honda.
James Cowton starred securing top six finish, James currently second in Duke road race rankings championship has adapted quickly to the popular road race circuit. Derek Sheils finished in a solid seventh position on CD racing R6 Yamaha whilst Michael Sweeney also Yamaha mounted was eighth.
James Kelly was a fine ninth and Seamus Elliott completed the top ten. 2014 Armoy road races have begun in style following a typically closely fought supersport race which brought William Dunlop his sixth win competing for Tyco Suzuki by TAS.