Relentless Suzuki's Ian Lowry took victory in the Superbike and main Sunflower races at Bishopscourt yesterday crossing the line in front of Marshall Neill by more than four seconds in the main event.
Lowry's opening Superbike race win was an unchallenged lights to flag success in damp and difficult conditions, also setting the fastest lap of the race. Alastair Seeley, in only his third Superbike outing, followed Lowry home for a Relentless Suzuki one–two.
In the final Superbike encounter, offering the best action of the weekend, Michael Laverty and Seeley were left to fight it out for the top step after Lowry had been taken out of the lead and the race on lap two.
“I’ve wanted that main Sunflower win for three years, so it’s nice to finally get my name on the famous trophy. It’s been a great year with Relentless Suzuki and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in the team. Everything worked great in the race and I just watched my boards and had no major mishaps," said Lowry.
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