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Published 18 September 2010
Ian Bain and Steve Brogan emerged on top in the opening Barry Sheene Memorial Race by a whopping 30-seconds, the latter putting in a sterling opening stint before trading places aboard the ’47 Norton Manx with its owner.
Star of the opening laps, however, was Jeremy McWilliams who raced from the back of the grid through to seventh place by the second lap before moving further up the order. The Ulsterman belied his many injuries that included three broken ribs and was on epic form before handing over his Norton to Duncan Fitchett. But they had to settle for a distant second place with Gordon Russell and Ian Simpson in third.
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