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Published 19 September 2010
The experienced pairing of Ian Bain and Steve Brogan claimed overall honours in the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy on aggregate following their success in yesterday’s opening instalment.
But all eyes were on 1987 500cc World Champion Wayne Gardner who made up for his lack of track time yesterday to scythe through the order and overcome more than one high side slide to enjoy an epic slipstreaming battle with Jeremy McWilliams; the duo were lapping more than five seconds faster than their pursuers.
McWilliams inherited his ’bike six laps into the 25 minute race from Duncan Fitchett who was equally amazing. Having lost a possible victory on Saturday following a catastrophic rider changeover, he tore through the field from dead last to hand over his Norton in first place.
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