The veteran New Zealand motorcyclist Bruce Anstey has finally won the race he's chased for year's at the Isle of Man TT.
The 45-year-old has won the opening Superbike race for his 10th overall victory at the historic event setting a new race record in the process.
He's previously won races in the 250cc, Supersport and Superstock classes.
The Valvoline Padgetts Honda rider set the fastest lap on the race of 131.797mph on the sixth and final lap as he crossed the line with almost 11 seconds in hand.
"Just can't believe it..I sat down at the end to make sure it was all good and I still can't believe it and been waiting a long time for this," he said.
"I've won on a 250cc, a 600cc and the Superstock bike but this is the one I've been waiting for," Anstey said.
Anstey also set a new race record in winning the race.