Three wins and four podiums sees Hickman top the Championship, ahead of Bruce Anstey and Dean Harrison.

Bruce Anstey triumphed in the Lightweight, and took second in the Championship, while Paul Robinson came away with the Ultralightweight trophy and Joey Thompson took the win in the rookie race. Dean Harrison also had a cracking few days, surpassing Hickman’s speed record (set earlier in the week) to be crowned the fastest road racer in the world with a 134.614 mph average lap around the course – plus he took a Superbike win and ended up finishing third in the Championship.


In addition, Dean Harrison had the honour of removing Hickman the fastest road racer status in the world. In that race, up to four drivers beat Hickman’s record on Thursday (134.210 mph); With Harrison signing the best lap of all by making the fourth lap at an average of (216.640 km / h).


Lincolnshire lad Hickman has had a cracking year, walking away with the Championship at the Isle of Man TT earlier in the Summer, and is currently sitting third in the British Superbike Championship. Long may it continue.

The results:

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council Superstock

  1. Peter Hickman
  2. Dean Harrison
  3. Dan Kneen
  4. David Johnson
  5. Conor Cummins

Centra Whitemountain Supersport

  1. Peter Hickman
  2. Bruce Anstey
  3. Lee Johnston
  4. Dean Harrison
  5. William Dunlop

Plant Lubrication (NI) Ultra Lightweight

  1. Paul Robinson
  2. Christian Elkin
  3. Joey Thompson
  4. Adam McLean
  5. Gary Dunlop

Plant Lubrication (NI) Lightweight

  1. Davy Morgan
  2. Paul Owen
  3. Callum Laidlaw
  4. David Howard
  5. Paul Gartland

MMB Surfacing Superbike

  1. Bruce Anstey
  2. Peter Hickman
  3. Dean Harrison
  4. Dan Kneen
  5. Conor Cummins

Barron Transport Services Supersport

  1. Peter Hickman
  2. Bruce Anstey
  3. Lee Johnston
  4. Michael Dunlop
  5. Paul Jordan

Maxwell Freight Services Supertwins

  1. Ivan Lintin
  2. Daniel Cooper
  3. Adam McClean
  4. Derek Sheils
  5. Christian Elkin

Around a Pound Superbike

  1. Dean Harrison
  2. Dan Kneen
  3. Conor Cummins
  4. Michael Dunlop
  5. Derek Sheils



Ross Mowbray

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