MOTORS made it three consecutive victories with a comprehensive display at Rivacre Park against a lacklustre Trinity side.
Gainsborough did take the lead however after 15 minutes when a corner from the left was floated over and Darryn Stamp was left unmarked to poke the ball home from six yards out.
This seemed to bring the home side to life with Josh Wilson, Dan Parkinson and Danny Fearnehough all going close before half-time.
At the other end, Matthew Godden went close for Trinity with a well struck effort but keeper Scott Tynan pulled off a fine save to tip the ball round the post to safety.
After the interval, Motors stepped up a gear and got a deserved equaliser on 48 minutes.
Striker Dan Parkinson was hauled down in the box giving the referee no alternative but to award a penalty.
In-form striker Josh Wilson stepped up and confidently blasted the spot-kick into the roof of the net to make it 1-1.
It seemed only a matter of time before Motors scored again but they had to wait until the 74th minute before they took the lead. Winger Craig Mahon ran at the Trinity defence before laying the ball off for Kevin Holsgrove on the right who slotted the ball home with ease from 8 yards out.
The points were made safe with 5 minutes remaining following good work from substitute Liam Wynn who threaded the ball through to Holsgrove who had his shot saved by Trinity keeper Jason White but Wilson was on hand to bury the rebound for his 14th league goal of the season.
MOTORS are away to Hinckley United on Saturday.