Seeley wins Supersport - Hutchy takes Stock
Michael Dunlop had success on the big bikes again today with a win in the Anchor Complex Superbike race at the North West 200
The race was red flagged but Dunlop was declared the winner with a new lap record of 123.20 mph, finishing over five seconds ahead of Ian Hutchinson.
Michael Rutter was third.
Meanwhile, Bruce Anstey recorded a speed of 209 mph through the speed trap.
The rider involved in the red flag incident was said to be OK.
Hutchy took victory in the Spidi SuperStock race on his BMW
He finished 0.61 seconds ahead of Peter Hickman with time of 22 minutes, 7 seconds, an average speed of just under 123 mph.
Alistair Seeley was third.
Earlier, Seeley won this morning's Bet McLean Supersport race at the North West 200.
Seeley had started in pole position finished in a time of 27 minutes 39.302 seconds, 6.59 seconds ahead of second placed Martin Jessop.
Peter Hickman was third.
Michael Dunlop and Ian Hutchinson didn't finish.