A third member of a motorcycle gang has been found guilty of the murder of a Hell's Angel on the M40 in Warwickshire.
Malcolm Bull, 53, from Milton Keynes, was convicted by an 11-1 majority verdict of killing Gerry Tobin, shot dead in August last year as he made his way home to London after the Bulldog Bash biker festival near Stratford-upon-Avon.
A jury at Birmingham Crown Court, still considering the case against three other men accused of murder, also found Bull guilty of possessing a shotgun.
Jurors convicted two other members of the Outlaws biker gang of the murder of Mr Tobin on Monday.
Simon Turner, 41, from Nuneaton, Warwickshire, and Dane Garside, a 42-year-old from Coventry, were also found guilty by the jury of possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life.
Garside, a father of seven, was also convicted by a 10-2 majority verdict of possessing a shotgun.
The jury is still considering its verdicts on three other men who deny murdering Mr Tobin, 35, from Mottingham, south east London.
The remaining defendants, who all deny murder and possessing a shotgun, are Karl Garside, 45, Dean Taylor, 47, and 46-year-old Ian Cameron, all from Coventry.
Mr Tobin, a mechanic, died almost instantly when he was shot as he rode along the M40 at about 90mph on August 12 last year.
The trial has been told he was targeted simply because he was a “fully-patched” Hells Angel by members of the Outlaws’ South Warwickshire chapter.