Alastair Seeley secured both the Ulster Superbike and Supersport Crowns today at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit.
The Carrikfergus man remains unbeaten in the Superbike Championship this year, starting the day with an 88 point advantage only Ali Kirk could stop him lifting the title, but with another double victory at todays races and only one round remaining the title was his.
In the first race Kirk put in a challenge in the early laps, but Seeley upped the anti and taking the win just over two and a half seconds ahead of Kirk, Jason Lynn who had had a close battle with Gary McCoy a further 2.4 seconds in arrears, McCoy fourth and Lynns JMcC Roofing team mate fifth.
Race two turned out to be a repeat of the first with Ali Kirk putting in an early challenge but as the race progressed Seeley opened up a gap and took the flag 3.114 seconds ahead of Kirk with Lynn, McCoy and Campbell again completing the top five.
As well as securing the Ulster Superbike Championship Seeley lifted the Enkalon Trophy presented to the Superbike rider who accumulated the most points over the two races. This was the third time Seeley has had his name engraved on the prestigious silverware.
Also up for grabs was the Supersport Championship and the David Wood Trophy, presented to the highest points scorer in the two supersport races, Seeley put in two dominant performances winning both outings with relative ease to complete a fantastic four timer.
Road racer Adam McLean was runner up in both the 600cc races followed by Gary McCoy who took the final step on the podium in both races.
Roads men Michael Sweeney and Darryl tweed dominated the super twin races with the pair sharing the honours with two of the closest races of the day, race one was Tweeds with a winning margin of only 0.077 seconds and race two Sweeney took the flag with only a seconds advantage.
In the other support races Andrew Brady continued his winning run in the Pre Injection class with another two wins.
The Supersport 300/ Moto-one saw Ajay Carey and Lee Hara both hit the top step on the podium, as did Stuart McCann and Barry Kelly in the Superbike/Supersport Cup and Setphen McKeown and Alex Conroy in the classics.
Mark Camblin and Barry Davidson had a win each in the MOTO 3/L-Weight Supersport/250/Classic GP.