With no rest after
Sunday's Superbike TT it was straight into Monday
Michael started as he'd left off by streaking away to win his fifth TT, equalling his late father Robert's tally.
Brother William joined him on the rostrum in third with Bruce Anstey (by past Supersport standards) a mamouth 10 seconds down on Michael.
Dunlop express train kept up it's relentless pace by claiming his second
win of the day in the Superstock TT, the biggest talking point being the
shock of that last lap, a speed of 131.220mph on a road legal machine,
just 3.5 seconds outside the outright lap record set by John Mcguinness
on a slick shod full factory Superbike.
The World Champions in the Sidecar TT both claimed a race win each, Tim Reeves ably assisited by Dan Sayle claimed race one, with Ben and Tom Birchall winning race two. An emotional Ben, who had clouted the grass bank at Kates Cottage whilst leading Monday's race one said " if thatšs what winning the TT is like - I want some more! "