East Coast Racing’s Lee Johnston clinched his second victory around Oliver’s Mount, following a highly accomplished all round performance in opening supersport A race.
Lee held off a strong challenge from reigning gold cup champion Ivan Lintin on RC Express Racing ZX6R Kawasaki.
Dan Hegarty Downshift Motorsport ZX6R Kawasaki, produced one of the rides of the race, as he finished a great third.
Top six was finalised by Mark Goodings, 2015 Duke Road Race Rankings champion James Cowton, William Dunlop on Ivan Curran/CD Racing YZF R6 Yamaha.
Alistair Haworth recorded lightweight race one victory, as he proved once again his prowess on 400 machinery.
Dan Ingham was a fine second whilst Justin Waring was also very impressive in finishing in third place.
Ten times TT winner Ian Lougher was fourth, Irish road race superbike champion William Dunlop was fifth, Wayne Martin rounded out the top six.
Tim Reeves/Patrick Farrance made it back to back victories in opening sidecar races, after world class display’s in team AOS/E-Aide Motorsport backed outfit.
Oliver’s Mount heroes Ian Bell/Carl Bell sealed two second place finishes, as they showed more of the top class form as seen at Southern 100, where they was involved in a titanic battle for sidecar championship victory.
TT 2014 championship winner Conrad Harrison/Lee Patterson, Printing Roller Services Racing outfit, recorded series of third place finishes, as they enjoyed a productive opening day of competition around the mount.
Ivan Lintin RC Express Racing ER6 Kawasaki, showed his proven quality in super twins class, as he clinched a comprehensive victory.
Scarborough newcomer Dan Cooper, gelled quickly with the iconic road race circuit, as he finished a great second on CMS/SB Tuning ER6 Kawasaki.
James Cowton on Stewart Smith Racing ER6 Kawasaki completed the top three finishers.
Classic Formula 1
Jamie Coward piloting Mistral Racing ZXR 750 Kawasaki, ended his opening day of action at Scarborough Gold Cup, in the best possible way with race victory.
Ryan Farquhar, Team Winfield 1100 Harris Yamaha finished in second place, as FZR 750 Yamaha mounted David Bell enjoyed a top quality third place finish.