Isle of Man TT: Monday's racing at the TT 4 Jun 2013 From the section Motorsport Share this page Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/motorsport/22765414 Read more about sharing. Two TT races were held on the Isle of Man's Mountain Course on Monday, with around 80 riders competing in both the Supersport and Superstock events. Michael Dunlop continued his scintillating form to claim victories in both races, having already won the event's opening Superbike race on Sunday. The 23-year-old from Ballymoney has now won six Isle of Man TT races, one more than his father Robert, who died at the North West 200 in 2007. "The bike was mint, although I struggled to get going in the first couple of miles," said Dunlop after the Supersport race. He finished the opening four-lap Supersport race 10 seconds ahead of New Zealand's Bruce Anstey. Anstey, a nine-time TT winner, had been feeling under the weather and said he was "made-up" with his performance. William Dunlop, Michael's brother, finished a further 13 seconds back on Anstey in third. Michael Dunlop then overhauled long-time leader Gary Johnson in the Superstock race, with John McGuinness taking third. Johnson led by three seconds at the start of the final lap but Dunlop produced a remarkable last circuit to clinch a 16.5-second victory. Dunlop's speed of 131.22mph smashed Ian Hutchinson's three-year-old lap record and the Honda rider also set a new benchmark for the race time.