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Manx Grand Prix mini-twins/lightweight race

Nigel Moore on the KMR Kawasaki ER6 took race victory in the mini-twins Manx Grand Prix race today by over 1 minute from finishing in second place Michael Sweeney also on a Kawasaki ER6. Third place went to Brian Mateer on his Yamaha TZ250 with fourth place going to Rab Davie. 5th place went to Mike Minns with sixth place going to newcomers B race winner Andrew Dudgeon on the Martin Bullock Manxsport Kawasaki ER6. Brother of Dean Harrison, Adrian Harrison took a brilliant 12th place finish on the Printing Roller Services Kawasaki ER6. Whilst many newcomers in the mini-twins Manx Grand Prix race impressed as well improving their lap times and getting faster and faster as the race went on.

Ross Johnson took race victory in the lightweight Manx Grand Prix race on his Kawasaki 400 race bike after a race long battle with Tim Sayers who was second on his Yamaha mounted 400. In the end the gap between the two of them was only 2.2 seconds after 4 laps of racing. Third place went to Adam Jones as Stephen Harper, David Yeomans and Gavin Lupton completed the top six. Lead newcomer in the race was Mick Hampson whilst newcomer from Belgium Renzo Van Der Donckt finished in 16th place and also improved his previous fastest lap time in the final lap of the race lapping at over 97.5 mph. On Friday the senior Manx Grand Prix will take place over 4 laps of racing around the mountain course after what so far has been a top week of racing.

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