Post Saturday’s captivating opening Slemish Spring Water Supersport race, Sunday’s first Supersport race stint whilst not as keenly contested up front, still provided more entertaining 600cc competition at the Neil & Donny Robinson Memorial Races.
Making it successive middleweight class victories was the ‘Wee Wizard’ Alastair Seeley, following another text book display from the 24 times North West 200 winner.
Settling a consistent, rapid pace Seeley went onto take race honours by nigh on 3.8 seconds, over nearest pursuer Michael Dunlop.
The following ten lap Donny Robinson Memorial race saw Seeley make it a hat-trick of Supersport victories, with 19 times TT winner Dunlop again providing the sternest challenge.
BE Racing In Conjunction with Richardson Kelly Racing’s Michael Browne claimed a second successive third place finish whilst positions fourth and sixth were claimed by Ulster GP, Manx GP winners Christian Elkin and Darryl Tweed.
Behind them, racers who like them have more than dabbled with closed roads course action, gaining respectable finishes included Ryan Fenton (7th), Barry Sheehan (9th) and James Chawke (13th).
Photo credit: Tommy Vennard
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou