Ian Lougher celebrated his 21st TT Anniversary with a deserved victory
in the Supersport A Race bringing the popular Welshman's tally of wins
up to seven.
Ryan Farquhar then made no mistakes for the repeat B Race to lead from almost start to finish on his ZX6R Kawasaki for his second TT success.
But for me the achievement of the week must go to local Heroes Dave Molyneux and Dan Sayle for their scintillating performance in the second sidecar B Race.
Nick Crowe and Darren Hope had taken advantage of molys early retirement
in Saturdays opening Race A to nip in for their first TT win by a nailbiting
2.3 seconds over Steve Norberry and Andy Smith.
So the scene was set for the return Race B, it must have felt like last chance saloon for Molyneux to record that first official sub 20 minute lap, for he had openly admitted it could well be his final appearance on the Mountain course.
The opening lap from a standing start was enough, 19minutes 44.37 seconds 114.683mph, lap two the pair raised the bar even higher to 19minutes 30.49 seconds an amazing 116.044 mph.
At the end of a history making race, Moly was over 1 minute 21 seconds ahead of second placed Crowe and Hope and had also put in a third consecutive sub 20 minute last lap for good measure to become the most successful Sidecar driver ever with 11 TT wins.
If it is indeed Dave's last TT then what a way to bow out!
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