Four races of the scheduled six were held at the incident-hit North West 200 on Saturday, with the first Superstock and showpiece Superbike events cancelled on a difficult day for the organisers.
Alastair Seeley chalked up a double to complete a treble after his Supersport win on Thursday, adding another victory in the Supersport class and taking the spoils in the sole Superbike race to join Robert Dunlop on a record 15 victories.
1 A Seeley (Suzuki), 2 G Irwin (Kawasaki), 3 L Johnston (Triumph), 4 W Dunlop (Yamaha), 5 K Amor (Honda), 6 D Harrison (Yamaha), 7 J McGuinness (Honda), 8 J Hillier (Kawasaki), 9 B Wilson (Kawasaki), 10 M Rutter (Kawasaki).
Fastest lap: Seeley 116.917mph
1 A Seeley (BMW), 2 I Hutchinson (Kawasaki), 3 B Anstey (Honda), 4 L Johnston (BMW), 5 M Rutter (BMW), 6 J McGuinness (Honda), 7 W Dunlop (BMW), 8 G Martin (BMW), 9 D Johnson (BMW), 10 K Amor (BMW).
Fastest lap: Seeley 121.967mph
1 J McWilliams (Kawasaki), 2 R Farquhar (Kawasaki), 3 J Hamilton (Kawasaki), 4 C Elkin (Kawasaki), 5 J Coward (Aprilia), 6 M Russell (Kawasaki), 7 I Morrell (Suzuki), 8 M Costello (Kawasaki).
Fastest lap: McWilliams 107.969mph
1 L Johnston (BMW), 2 A Seeley (BMW), 3 I Hutchinson (Kawasaki), 4 M Dunlop (Yamaha), 5 W Dunlop (BMW), 6 M Jessopp (BMW), 7 J Hillier (Kawasaki), 8 K Amor (BMW).
New lap record: Hutchinson 121.680mph.