Bruce Anstey secured his 31st international road race victory, after winning a pulsating feature superbike race, at the 2015 Ulster Grand Prix.
Competing on Valvoline Racing by Padgetts Motorcycles CBR 1000 Honda Fireblade, Bruce recorded race victory by just 0.337 of a second over Ian Hutchinson, as the race result was taken at the end of lap four, following race been red flagged as lap five began.
Ian Hutchinson’s second place finish continues his remarkable return to world class form, having achieved memorable victories at TT 2015, alongside podium finishes at Vauxhall International North West 200.
Photo by Rod Neill
Lee Johnston’s fantastic day at Dundrod continues with third place finish, on East Coast Racing S1000RR BMW.
Peter Hickman sealed highly impressive fourth place finish, as he showed more top quality form on Briggs Equipment backed S1000RR BMW.
Honda Racing’s Conor Cummins finished a more than creditable fifth as he battled throughout for a standout result.
Concluding the top six finishers was Tyco BMW’s William Dunlop, who is enjoying a consistent day of pure road racing competition, on the fastest road racing circuit in the world.
Michael Dunlop finished in seventh position, as he produced a typically ultra determined performance on Buildbase BMW superbike.
Dean Harrison piloting the Mar Train Racing YZF R1M Yamaha, chalked up eighth place finish.
Derek Sheils and Seamus Elliott finalised the top ten finishers, during a fantastic feature superbike race, which saw five of the world’s best pure road racers involved in a classic duel for race victory.