Ian Hutchinson came away from the Isle of Man TT on top of the Joey Dunlop Championship table for the second year running.
Three wins and two runner up positions were more than enough to give him a clear 115 point lead at the top of the championship. He wrapped it up following his second Supersport race, leaving him untouchable going into the Senior.
Dean Harrison ended a strong week in second place with 80 points following podiums in the Superstock race and first Supersport race. He finished just ten points clear of Michael Dunlop who finished third with 70 points.
James Hillier ended the week fourth with 57 points ahead of John McGuinness with 53 points, Conor Cummins with 41 points and Michael Rutter on 38 points. Also finishing in the top ten were Lee Johnston (34 points), Gary Johnson (32 points) and Bruce Anstey (30 points).
Elsewhere Dan Hegarty was the Privateer champion, beating Jamie Coward by 19 points. Derek Sheils ended up third with 62 points head of Horst Saiger (60 points) and Sam West (43 points). James Cowton was sixth with 38 points while Michal Dokoupil ended the week on 36 points. Eighth was Michael Sweeney (30 points), Robert Wilson was ninth (26 points), and Dominic Herbertson rounded out the top ten with 25 points.
John Holden and Andy Winkle were the clear Sidecar Championship winners with 45 points from a maximum of 50. Ben and Tom Birchall drew in second with Alan Founds and Aki Aalto, with both partnerships ending up with 25 points. Next up were Steve and Matty Ramsden on 23 points, Matt Dix and Shaun Parker on 22 points and Peter Founds and Jevan Walmsley on 20 points.