Bruce Anstey has moved to the top of the timesheets at the Isle of Man TT after setting the pace on day three of qualifying around the mountain course.
The New Zealander, taking over from 2010 winner Ian Hutchinson at Padgetts Honda this year, ended John McGuinness's two-day domination by lapping at 129.695mph on his second revolution, just edging out Guy Martin, who posted an improvement to go second with 129.333mph.
McGuinness, meanwhile, could only manage the ninth fastest time of the day, though he remains third on the overall leaderboard after three days of action.
Things remain close up at the top, with Gary Johnson fourth on 128.452mph, the Lincs Lifting Honda rider fastest on the first lap of the day, but being overhauled on the second. He is marginally ahead of Michael Dunlop of the Street Sweep Kawasaki, though his day was curtailed by technical problems on his ZX-10R.
Cameron Donald currently holds sixth position, just ahead of Keith Amor, who suffered a fall whilst riding his Superstock machine. The Honda TT Legends rider has since been confirmed with a dislocated shoulder.
Daniel Stewart is currently eighth, ahead of BSB race winner Michael Rutter and William Dunlop on the second of the Wilson Craig Hondas.
TT newcomer Simon Andrews continues to make steady progress up the order, increasing his speed to 119.485mph to go 24th, ahead of fellow rookies Dean Harrison and Betlej Piotr .
In the Superstock reckoning, Johnson is currently quickest, ahead of Dunlop and Anstey, while the overall Supersport ranks are led by Michael Dunlop on the Yamaha R6 (125.464mph), Donald (125.110mph) and Anstey (124.236mph).