Michael Rutter wins record seventh Macau Grand Prix

Michael Rutter won by 4.7 seconds from Martin Jessopp

British Superbike veteran Michael Rutter made history on Sunday by winning the Macau Grand Prix for a record seventh time.

Rutter's Riders Ducati team-mate Martin Jessopp was second, with Ian Hutchinson taking third in his comeback race.

Ballymoney brothers Michael and William Dunlop finished 12th and 13th on their debuts on the 3.8-mile Guia circuit.

After failing to finish last year, Stephen Thompson from Crumlin came 16th in the 10-lap street race.

Yorkshireman Hutchinson, who won three races at the Ulster GP in 2010, missed this year's big international road races after sustaining serious leg injuries in a crash at Silverstone.