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North West 200 – Superstock Race 2 Report

Michael Superstock

Picture courtesy of Rod Neill

The second superstock race at this years North West 200 was red flagged after three laps and therefore a result was declared which saw Michael Dunlop his first win this year on the triangle on MD racing S1000RR BMW. Michael Rutter was runner up in second place for Bathams BMW and Gary Johnson showed good pace throughout to finish 3rd on JRC racing ZX10 Kawasaki.

Horst Saiger secured a personal best 4th place finish after another impressive ride, finishing in 5th place was Alastair Seeley who went through the pain barrier on the Mar Train racing ZX10 Kawasaki after collision earlier in the day with Lee Johnston.

Lee finished in sixth place and was leading Honda mounted rider in the race, Dean Harrison recorded 7th place for RC Express racing Kawasaki and 8th place finisher was James Hillier on Quattro Plant Muc off ZX10 Kawasaki.

Stephen Thompson acquired 9th place and Dan Kneen competing for Cookstown/Burrows engineering rounded out the top ten. Ivan Lintin produced a impressive ride to 11th place on Taylor Lindsey racing CBR 1000 Honda Fireblade. Derek Sheils was 12th for CD racing and Russ Mountford recorded his second top 15 finish of the day with 13th place on Silicone engineering CBR 1000 Honda Fireblade.

Didier Grams reigning international road racing championship champion was 14th and leading newcomer in front of Peter Hickman who just like in opening superstock race rode superbly to finish 16th on Ice Valley racing by Motorsave ltd S1000RR BMW.


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