Bruce Anstey won a hectic SES TT Zero for Japanese tech-specialists Mugen with a lap speed of 118mph on Wednesday afternoon.

2F8E7CF625814D60A5E60134034405FEThe Flying Kiwi took the lead from team mate John McGuinness at Ballaugh as the Morecambe man suffered a temporary technical problem.

William Dunlop on the Victory Brammo Power machine pushed Bruce hard, taking a well-earned second, comfortably ahead of Daley Mathison on the University of Nottingham’s entry.

John McGuinness, winner of the last two SES TT Zero races and current class lap record holder, later managed to restart his machine to finish fourth overall.

So far, at the TT, it’s Ian Hutchinson racking up the points in the Joey Dunlop Memorial Cup. His lead is unassailable with a few races yet to come. Also looking for further winner’s trophies in the Pokerstars Superbike race will be Michael Dunlop, who has already taken on superbike win with a new record lap and NZ’s very own Bruce Anstey, who is hoping to get a little more out of the exotic Honda RCV213_S in the grand finale.