Adelaide Masters: Marshall Neill notches four-timer at Mondello Park

PACEMAKER BELFAST.  Marshall Neill (Superstock Kawasaki ZX10R) passes Jason Lynn (Suzuki GSXR600) at Nutts Corner. Marshall went on to take the race win from Denver Robb and Jason Lynn. Picture Derek Clegg / Pacemaker

PACEMAKER BELFAST. Marshall Neill (Superstock Kawasaki ZX10R) passes Jason Lynn (Suzuki GSXR600) at Nutts Corner. Marshall went on to take the race win from Denver Robb and Jason Lynn. Picture Derek Clegg / Pacemaker

Marshall Neill was untouchable as the Portadown rider dominated the penultimate round of the Adelaide Masters Series at Mondello Park over the weekend.

Neill opened his account on Saturday with victory in the first Superbike race by two tenths of a second from Brian McCormack and maintained his terrific run of recent form on Sunday, winning both Masters Superbike races and the Grand Final to complete a blistering four-timer at the Co Kildare venue.

Waterford’s McCormack made the early running in the big money Grand Final on his Honda Fireblade, but Neill soon took up the running and began to open a gap on the Ryan McGill Joinery Kawasaki Superstock machine.

 

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