A few minutes behind schedule, the Mid-Ulster District Council Supersport 600 race graced by bright, sunny, cool weather didn’t fail to provide high-quality middleweight class action.
Pole sitter McAdoo Kawasaki’s Adam McLean was quickly into his stride and by lap three held a nigh-on three seconds advantage over 125/Moto 3 race winner Michael Browne.
Lap four saw McLean edging near his existing Supersport lap record, extend the race-lead to almost four seconds. Six seconds ahead as lap seven dawned, red-flags soon unfortunately entered the horizon.
With fifty-percent race distance covered, McLean was declared race-winner with Browne placing second ahead of PreZ Racing’s Paul Jordan.
Michael Sweeney took fourth, Dominic Herbertson placed a solid fifth as Darryl Tweed concluded the first six finishers.
Racer’s 7th-10th were the following:
Graham Kennedy, Richard Charlton, Czech Republic’s Michal Dokoupil, Lightweight Supersport race winner Kris Duncan.
Photo credit Rod Neill
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou