Alastair Seeley capped a faultless weekend’s racing at Bishopcourt with a commanding triumph in the Neil Robinson Memorial race.
Continuing his imperious form with the IFS Global Logistics Yamaha, he held a 12 second plus advantage over lead chaser Jonny Campbell, when red flags entered the fray on lap no.10.
With the race distance covering the fifty percent mark, this enabled Seeley to secure his sixth race win from six starts at the Neil & Donny Robinson Memorial races.
Two places behind the North West 200 wins record holder was multi Manx GP Champion Michael Sweeney, who proved unbeatable within the prior Super Twin races.
Added racers with varying degrees of pure road racing experience also to finish were Andy McAllister (11th) and Gary McCoy (16th).
Photo credit: Tommy Vennard
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou