Manx rider Dan Kneen has won two races at the Dundrod 150 meeting in Northern Ireland
He took the chequered flag 7.6 seconds ahead of Australian David Johnson with Dan Stewart in third in the National event......and also took the honours by a whisker in the Challenge race with Johnson again second and Irish rider Brian McCormack completing the podium.
Kneen started from 8th place on the grid and his average race speed for the National was 119.922mph at his debut around the Dundrod circuit - his fastest lap was 121.129mph.
He was even quicker in the Challenge with an average speed of 124.977mph and a fastest circuit of 126.919mph
Dan has also finished as runner-up in the Supertwin race which was won by Ryan Farquhar.
Peel's Chris McGahan has won the 350cc class in the Classic race with Ollie Linsdell taking the overall race victory.
Keith Amor has claimed the Superbike crown and BMW's first ever win at Dundrod. Guy Martin finished just ahead of Michael Dunlop in second. Ian Hutchinson, Adrian Archibald and Ian Lougher were all forced to retire.
William Dunlop was the winner of the 125's with cousins Paul Robinson and Sam Dunlop completing a remarkable top three.