New sidecar lap record by Holden & Cain
There's been some fast and furious action at the Southern 100 this afternoon.
Dean Harrison won the Solo Championship Race for the second year in a row, ahead of Ivan Lintin (second) and newcomer Davey Todd (third).
Harrison told Chris Kinley he was delighted to do it again: (play audio)
In the Sidecar Championship Race, John Holden and Lee Cain twice set a new lap record, ultimately raising it to 101.286mph.
But Tim Reeves and Mark Wilkes were the ones celebrating at the end, as they took their second race win of the day by a comfortable margin.
Holden and Cain were second, with Peter Founds and Jevan Walmsley third.
Earlier in the afternoon, the six-lap 250/650cc race was won by Adam McLean, his first Southern 100 victory.
James Cowton was second, while Joey Thompson came third, setting a new class lap record of 104.97mph on his final lap.
In the 125/400 race, Adrian Kershaw beat Mick Goodings by just 0.031 seconds, with Manxman Dan Sayle finishing third.