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The 2014 senior Manx Grand Prix was red flagged on final lap which meant that the race result was declared after two laps. This brought GSX-R 750 Suzuki mounted Andrew Soar race victory with Michael Moulai clinching an excellent second place finish.
Rob Hodson completed podium finishers on JGH racing R6 Yamaha, the race was closely fought throughout with Soar, Moulai and Hodson all in contention for victory. Malachi Mitchell Thomas was an excellent fourth on Silicone engineering ZX6 Kawasaki, Malachi who has made a hugely impressive Manx Grand Prix debut recorded personal best lap speed of 116.652 mph.
Kamil Holan recorded fifth position after a highly accomplished performance from the 2012 newcomers A Manx Grand Prix winner. Rounding out the top six was Andy Farrell who has had a memorable 2014 Manx Grand Prix which has included third and second place finishes in junior and super twin races.
Dean Roberts secured seventh place finish as Paul Baleta produced one of his best ever rides around the mountain course recording eighth position. Shane Egan third place finisher in newcomers A race carried on his excellent form finishing in ninth place whilst Andy Fenton completed the top ten.
In all its being a top Manx Grand Prix with fantastic racing overall which has produced different winners on the mountain course across all classes with Billy Redmayne, Dean Osborne, James Caswell Cox, Andy Lawson, James Neesom, Mick Jordan and Andrew Soar all tasting victory on the most famous road race circuit in the world.