The penultimate Dunlop Masters round of 2021 saw class Champions crowned and unsung, widely noted pure road racing heroes bank first rate finishes.
2010, 2013 Junior Manx Grand Prix winner Michael Sweeney, underlined his prowess aboard 650cc machinery by powering to successive Super Twins victories.
Opening Twins race honours were clinched by almost 1.95 seconds over nearest chaser Kevin Baker, whilst the second class contest yielded a much more dominant triumph, with Sweeney’s winning margin standing at six seconds plus.
Aside from Sweeney who also took a brace of top five finishes in the feature Superbike races, others with varying degrees of roads courses experience in action around Mondello Park (national track configuration) included:
Cookstown Lightweight Supersport runner-up Stephen Tobin, Cookstown Senior Support A race winner Keelim Ryan, 2017 Newcomers B race winner Derek Wilson.
Michael Gillan, Barry Sheehan, Liam Chawke, BE Racing In Conjunction with Richardson Kelly Racing’s Michael Browne and triple Superbike Cup race victor Niall Power.
Photo credit Tommy Vennard
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou