At the end of the penultimate day of racing Ian Vickers is in 6th place on 133 points; just 2 points behind Robert Walsh (GBR) and 8 points behind Mario Skrlj of Croatia. There’s a queue behind him too; a spread of only 14 points between 4th and 8th place, with Ian right in the middle.
Brad Gibson (GBR) has a commanding lead, on 65 points, with Zvonko Jelacic (Croatia) and Peter Stollery (GBR) fighting for 2nd place on 95 and 98 points respectively.
Strap yourselves in for an interesting last day of racing, Sunday morning NZ time. Go to the Official IOM Worlds Site for results, photos and video.