Super twins Manx Grand Prix, saw a record breaking performance from Rob Hodson, who clinched his first victory on the mountain course.
Piloting SB Tuning/JGH Racing ER6 Kawasaki, Rob dominated throughout, setting new super twins Manx GP lap record 114.57 mph, alongside setting new race record.
Slick Bass backed Andy Dudgeon produced a top class display to finish in second place, Andy lapped at an impressive 113.501 mph on his way to second place finish.
1993 formula 1 TT winner Nick Jefferies completed the top three finishers, following another great performance from the highly respected rider.
Barry Furber impressed finishing fourth place, whilst Jamie Hodson recorded excellent fifth place finish.
Finalising the top six was David Lumsden, on Martin Bullock Manxsport ER6 Kawasaki.
Thomas Gottschalk was seventh, mountain course newcomer Ryan Maher was a great eighth, Sam Cross was ninth, 650 Ducati mounted Royce Rowe completed the top ten.
Further stand out performances included newcomers b winner Gary Vines in 11th, Pete Murray piloting VRS Racing ER6 Kawasaki was 11th, Victor Lopez finished in 21st place whilst CF Moto mounted Bill Blythe secured 29th place finish.
In all a fantastic, superb and great all round performance from Rob Hodson, competing on the same machine that Dan Cooper propelled to sixth place finish in lightweight TT.
Rob said that the SB Tuning/JGH Racing ER6 Kawasaki was perfect, he’s confident of sealing another podium finish in senior race.
Photo by Louis Porter