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Harrison dominates Southern 100

Dean Harrison, flanked by Ryan Kneen (no. 10) and Rob Hodson (no. 44)

Six solo victories for Yorkshireman

There was further success for Dean Harrison at the Southern 100 this afternoon, as the Yorkshireman continued to dominate the race meeting.

Having bagged two wins this morning (in addition to the two he picked up yesterday evening), he then took the chequered flag in the Bettridge's of Foxdale Car Sales 600cc Challenge Race.

That was followed by a comprehensive victory in the Hunts Motorcycles Championship Race, as he finished more than 13 seconds ahead of Ryan Kneen and Rob Hodson.

It means Harrison has been crowned Southern 100 solo champion for the third year in a row.

Here's the moment he crossed the line, as described by Tim Glover, followed by his post-race interview with Chris Kinley:

The podium for the 600cc Challenge race mirrored that of this morning's 600cc race, with Jamie Coward and Michael Sweeney finishing second and third, respectively.

Next up was the Ocean Motor Village 250/650 Race.

Dominic Herbertson won, with Sweeney second and Xavier Denis third.

Meanwhile, race organisers have confirmed Michael Dunlop suffered what are described as 'suspected minor fractures' after coming off at Castletown Corner on lap two of this morning's Island Aggregates Senior Race.

He was contesting the lead at the time.

It's since been confirmed by his team that he broke his pelvis, too.

The Daryl Blake Construction Sidecar Championship Race brought this year's Southern 100 to a dramatic close.

The tightest of races was won by Pete Founds and Jevan Walmsley:

John Holden and Lee Cain were second, with Lee Crawford and Scott Hardie third.

Earlier, the Station Garage Sidecar Consolation Race got this afternoon's session underway.

It was red-flagged after two laps, with Ryan and Callum Crowe, who were leading at the time, declared the winners.

They finished ahead of John Lowther/Robert Child and Michael Russell/Tom Bryant.

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