Less than one second separates first two riders
The Senior Manx Grand Prix was won by a hair's breadth by Tom Weeden.
He put in a 121mph-plus final lap to pip Ramsey rider Andrew Dudgeon by less than a second.
Joe Akroyd was third.
Dudgeon, who was going for a double after winning the Junior MGP earlier in the week, had led for much of the race and started the final lap nine seconds ahead.
But Weeden managed to do enough to overhaul him, as described by Manx Radio TT's Tim Glover: