Thursday-

Race 1: Supersport-

It was Martin Jessop who took the first win at this year’s NW200 on board his family owned Riders Motorcycles Triumph. Ian Hutchinson then followed only 0.772s behind on his McAMS Yamaha Supersport machine. Taking the last spot on the podium was the JG Speedfit Kawasaki rider James Hillier who was only 1.229s behind Jessop. Dean Harrison (Silicone Engineering Kawasaki) and Lee Johnston (Jackson Racing Honda) then followed with a gap of 0.372 between the two. Joey Thompson was the fastest newcomer of the race after putting in a lap time of 4:51.815 on lap 5 of the race. It was Dean Harrison who took the race lap record with a blistering lap time of 4:37.368.

Results (top 5)

Martin Jessop – Riders Motorcycles Triumph

Ian Hutchinson – McAMS Yamaha +0.772

James Hillier – JG Speedfit Kawasaki +1.229

Dean Harrison – Silicone Engineering Kawasaki +1.461

Lee Johnston – Jackson Racing Honda +1.833

Race 2: Superstock.

Adding to his victories at the NW200, it was Alastair Seeley who took the first Superstock race win on his Tyco BMW with his teammate Ian Hutchinson 32.001s behind in 4th place. Once again Lee Johnston (East Coast Construction BMW) and Dean Harrison (Silicone Engineering Kawasaki) were battling it out, but this time round Johnston managed to get the better of Harrison and take the second spot on the podium. After being victorious in the first race, Martin Jessop managed 5th place just 0.208s behind Hutchinson. Alastair Seeley completed the fastest lap of the race with a time of 4:22.755 on lap 4.

Results (top 5)

Alastair Seeley – Tyco BMW

Lee Johnston – East Coast Construction BMW +12.623

Dean Harrison – Silicone Engineering Kawasaki +14.801

Ian Hutchinson – Tyco BMW +32.001

Martin Jessop – Riders Motorcycles BMW +32.209

Race 3: Supertwin-

Once again, Jessop was victorious in the Supertwin race on his Riders Motorcycles Kawasaki with a lead of just 0.848s. Michael Rutter followed on his KMR/IEG Kawasaki and Ivan Lintin took the final spot on the podium a massive +15.573s behind the race winner on his Dafabet Devitt Racing Kawasaki. It was Daniel Cooper who took 4th place on his KW Electrical Kawasaki machine with Derek Sheils taking 5th on his Cookstown BE Racing Kawasaki.

Results (top 5)

Martin Jessop – Riders Motorcycles Kawasaki

Michael Rutter – KMR/IEG Kawasaki +0.848

Ivan Lintin – Dafabet Devitt Racing Kawasaki +15.573

Daniel Cooper – KW Electrical Kawasaki +18.060

Derek Shiels – Cookstown BE Racing Kawasaki +32.809.

 

Saturday-

Race 1: Bet McLean Supersport-

For the second time in three days. Alastair Seeley was victorious on his Gearlink Kawasaki machine. The Dunlop brothers then followed, with William taking second on his IC/Cafferey Racing Yamaha +4.078 behind Jessop. It was Michael who took the final spot on the podium on his MD Racing Yamaha 0.474s behind. Adam McClean took 4th on his MSS Kawasaki machine 4.122S in front of McAMS Yamaha rider Ian Hutchinson.

Results (top 5)

Alastair Seeley – Gearlink Kawasaki

William Dunlop – IC/Caffery Racing Yamaha +4.078

Michael Dunlop – MD Racing Yamaha +4.552

Adam McClean – MSS Kawasaki +6.137

Ian Hutchinson – McAMS Yamaha +10.259

Race 2: The Anchor Complex Superbike

Following on from his victories in the supersport and superstock races, Alastair was dominant once again on his Tyco BMW machine with a lead over Michael Rutter and his Bathams/ STM Racing BMW. Taking the final spot on the podium was Lee Johnston on his Jackson Racing Honda machine continuing his success. Glenn Irwin took 4th place on his Be Wiser Ducati with Peter Hickman in 5th on board his Smith’s Racing BMW.

Results (top 5)

Alastair Seeley – Tyco BMW

Michael Rutter – Bathams/SMT Racing BMW

Lee Johnston – Jackson Racing Honda

Glenn Irwin – Be Wiser Ducati

Peter Hickman – Smith’s Racing BMW

Race 3: JM Paterson Supertwin-

Michael Rutter was dominant for the first time in the Supertwin race on his KMR/IEG Kawasaki machine with a 0.697s lead over Daniel Cooper on his KW Electrical Kawasaki. It was Martin Jessop who took the final spot on the podium with his Riders Motorcycles Kawasaki only 2.114s behind the leader. In 4th place was Michael Sweeney on his Kiely Heating Racing Kawasaki with Marty Lennon just 0.39s behind him.

Results (top 5)

Michael Rutter – KMR/ IEG Kawasaki

Daniel Cooper – KW Electrical Kawasaki +0.697

Martin Jessop – Riders Motorcycles Kawasaki +2.114

Michael Sweeney – Kiely Heating Racing Kawasaki +40.420

Marty Lennon – Kawasaki +40.810

Race 4: Vauxhall NW200 Superbike-

In the feature Superbike race, it was Glenn Irwin who was victorious at the North coast venue on his Be Wiser Ducati, after getting the better of NW200 ‘veteran’ Alastair Seeley by only 0.172s. Taking the final step on the podium was the ‘Bingley Bullet’ Ian Hutchinson on his Tyco BMW machine only 0.729 from the race winner. In 4th place was Michael Dunlop on his Hawk Racing Suzuki with Michael Rutter only 3.173s behind him on his Bathams/SMT Racing BMW.

Results (top 5)

Glenn Irwin – Be Wiser Ducati

Alastair Seeley – Tyco BMW +0.172

Ian Hutchinson – Tyco BMW +0.729

Michael Dunlop – Hawk Racing BMW +3.839

Michael Rutter – Bathams/SMT Racing BMW +7.012

Race 5: CP Hire Superstock

In the final race of the 2017 NW200, Alastair took his 21st victory on the North coast circuit on his Tyco BMW machine with teammate Ian Hutchinson only 0.226s behind him, who claimed second place. In third place was Michael Rutter on his Bathams/SMT Racing BMW only 0.464s behind Hutchinson and 0.690 behind Seeley. With only 1.367s covering 1st to 5th, it was Lee Johnston who took 4th place on his East Coast Construction BMW with Peter Hickman getting his second 5th place finish of the event on his Smith’s Racing BMW.

Results (top 5)

Alastair Seeley- Tyco BMW

Ian Hutchinson – Tyco BMW +0.226

Michael Rutter – Bathams/SMT Racing BMW +0.690

Lee Johnston – East Coast Construction BMW +0.918

Peter Hickman – Smith’s Racing BMW +1.367

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