Dave Molyneux has made it two sidecar victories out of two at TT 2012, and with it notched up his 16th win around the Mountain Course.
It's the fifth time the Andreas man has done the double at the TT, and the first time since 2007.
Moly and passenger Patrick Farrance didn't have it all their own way though.
Tim Reeves and Dan Sayle had managed to open up a lead by the end of the first lap, with their advantage standing at around six seconds at one point.
But Moly showed why he's the master of the chairs here as he and Farrance began to remorselessly reel in Reeves and Sayle, taking the lead by Glen Helen on the third and final lap.
In a final show of superiority the pair spent that last lap extending their lead until it stood at 17 seconds by the time they took the chequered flag.
Speaking afterwards, Moly explained to Chris Kinley why he took a while to get up to speed: