Michael Dunlop took two checkered flags over the weekend at the Armoy Road Races, despite carrying a pelvis injury.
It was only 16 days ago that the Ballymoney rider took a nasty bump of his bike at the Skerries 100.
After attending the local hospital, Dunlop discharged himself after a few hours and revealed he had broken his pelvis.
An injury which would see other road racers sidelined for a few months at least, seemed more an inconvenience to the rider who turned up ready to race for practices on Friday.
Just going to show the Dunlop ‘thran-ness’ and determination that his late father Robert also showed, and what makes Michael one of the best road racers around.
Despite retiring after the first lap of Saturdays Supersport Race, Dunlop went on to win the Open Race on the Tyco BMW and the main race, the ‘Race of Legends’, a race he has now won 8 times, bringing his total wins at Armoy to 19 overall.