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Published 16 September 2012
Duncan Fitchett and Jeremy McWilliams continued from where they left off with honours in the second part of the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy race. Fitchett took the early lead aboard the Team Belstaff Manx Norton, an entertaining battle with the similar machine of Glen English ending with the latter’s retirement on the third tour. Fitchett maintained his pace and wasn’t challenged thereafter, pitting after six laps for a super-slick rider change. McWilliams emerged trackside and racked up a string of searing lap times, the 250cc Grand Prix challenger having nobody to play with. It was the second consecutive victory for the duo and their most convincing yet. Both riders vowed to return and challenge for a hat-trick.
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