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North West 200 – Super Twin Race 2 Report

In tricky conditions the second super twin race at this years Vauxhall international North West 200 began with Ryan Farquhar getting a great start to lead Lee Johnston in the early stages of lap 1. As lap 1 went on Farquhar and Johnston continued to set the pace but a group of riders where coming up behind them.

Onto lap 2 and Lee Johnston hit the front as Ryan Farquhar battled with James Cowton, Michael Dunlop and Jeremy Mcwilliams for second place. Soon Kendo racing rider James Cowton was highly pressuring 2012 lightweight TT winner Ryan Farquhar as Michael Dunlop was showing good form on Mcadoo racing ER6 Kawasaki.

By the end of lap 2 Lee Johnston opened up a gap out front and from there the East Coast racing rider could not be caught as General Lee crossed the line on lap four to record his second win at this years North West 200.

Michael Dunlop produced one of his best performances in the super twin class with second place finish in front of James Cowton who has impressed many at 2014 North West 200 with his speed, talent and ability. Jeremy Mcwilliams finished in fourth place for KMR Kawasaki, Ryan Farquhar recorded a solid fifth place finish in front of Ivan Lintin who completed the top six on Mckinstry racing ER6 Kawasaki.

Martin Jessopp on the VRS racing super twin was seventh, Derek Sheils was eighth, Paul Shoesmith ninth and Gareth Keys rounded out the top ten during another exciting race at 2014 Vauxhall international North West 200.


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