Michael Dunlop has dominated the start of this year's Isle of Man TT - clocking up a further two wins to add to Sunday's Superbike victory.
The Ballymoney man took both the Supersport and Superstock races on Monday.
Michael managed a time of 1:10:37 in the Superstock race - finishing 16 seconds ahead of second place rival Gary Johnson.
He was also joined by his brother on the podium for the Supersport event - with William Dunlop taking third place 23 seconds behind his sibling.
The latest wins at the prestigious event now bring 24-year-old Michael Dunlop's TT haul to six - surpassing his late father Robert's five victories.
A winner out on the course at his first attempt Robert Dunlop took the 1983 Newcomers 350cc race.
After a long career at the TT, he was killed during a practice race at the North West 200 in 2008.
On Sunday, son Michael clocked his first 'big bike' Isle of Man TT win taking the Superbike race.
He enjoyed a huge 41-second lead on his Honda Fireblade as he powered home to victory.
Dunlop secured the win over Cameron Donald - who finished second with a time of 01:46:10.
John McGuinness finished a further 41 seconds behind Donald.
Michael Dunlop completed the six lap race clocking an average speed of 128.7 mph.
Sunday's win came 30 years after his uncle - legendary Ballymoney rider Joey Dunlop - landed his first win around the course on Honda machinery.