They were in the Pro class (money is no limit) and turned in a 87.434 miles/hr time over the 1 lap. XXL Racing came in second, 77.841 miles/hr. Brammo came in third, 75.350 miles/hr
In the Open class Barefoot motors came in first, 62.219 miles/hr. TORK second at 60.475 miles/hr.
Two riders were disqualified on technicalities. One of them (Electric Motorsport) would have won the Open class. Apparently it's being appealed.
Maybe the disqualification was overturned:
Manx resident Chris Heath was initally delighted to secure victory in the Open class on board the Electric Motorsport machine, was later disqualified and then reinstated as the winner.
Heath's result was temporarily disregarded but organisers reinstated him as he was unaware riders must sound their horns when under yellow flags.
Chris Petty (Barefoot Motors) inherited the victory but was then moved back to second with John Crellin (TORK) third.
13 machines started the race, eight finished.
Has some good race color. e.g. The Mission Motors bike led the field initially, but ended up in fourth place. There's got to be a story there.
Barber wins first ever green TT - Brief blurb from BBC
MotoCzysz breaks down, retires from TTXGP - This happened early in the race.
http://ttxgp.com/photos/v/2009-06-12%20TTXGP%202009%20Race/&p=0 -- Supposedly the best pictures start at page 10.