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Michael Dunlop rounds off week in style at Southern 100

“Second is second though, but we won't have the same problems with the bike at the Ulster Grand Prix because it's like a billiards table around there.”

Manx rider Cummins is thriving again after making his racing return at the Southern 100 following the disappointment of missing the Isle of Man TT due to a wrist injury.

Cummins, who - like Martin - is entered at the Armoy meeting at the end of this month plus the Ulster Grand Prix at Dundrod in August, was raving about the performance of his Tyco superbike.

“I could've done with a few more laps out there. They need to bring it up to 12 laps again,” he said.

“We went to back to what we had in the first race on Tuesday because it was a safe option and I'm back on the podium, so I'm well happy.”



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