2019 British Superbike Championship

Round Six – Snetterton

Images by Dave Yeomans

Scott Redding has proven unstoppable across both BSB Superbike races at Snetterton, with Australian Josh Brookes hot on his heels. Redding claimed both wins and Brookes was regulated to runner-up in each race for a Ducati 1-2, with MacKenzie and Bridewell sharing the final podium positions. Redding leads the standings, with Josh Brookes now three-points off Bridewell in third.

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Scott Redding and Josh Brookes – Snetterton BSB 2019

Jason O’Halloran took ninth in Race 1, however a crash in Race 2 delivered a DNF result, and made for his third crash of the weekend. Ben Currie returned from injury and laid claim to 19th in Race 1, however was directed not to take part in Race 2 due to pain from his injury, with recovery ongoing.

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Jason O’Halloran – Snetterton BSB 2019

Jack Kennedy took the Supersport Sprint win ahead of Brad Jones and Alastair Seeley, while the feature race saw Rob Guiver claim the win from Sean Nearv and Josh Day. Jack Kennedy leads the Supersport standings to Thruxton.

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Billy McConnell – Snetterton BSB 2019

Billy McConnell also made a strong return to the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 series claiming fourth despite his lengthy lay-off and surgeries, with fellow Aussie Levi Day happy coming home in seventh. Richard Cooper took the race win from Lee Jackson and Taylor Mackenzie. Richard Cooper leads the standings, with Day 10th and McConnell 14th.

BSB Round Snetterton STK Levi Day
Levi Day – Snetterton BSB 2019

Superbikes Race 1

At the start of the race one Tarran Mackenzie got an incredible launch off the line to lead the pack on the opening lap ahead of Brookes and Redding with Tommy Bridewell in fourth. The rider was not happy to settle where he was though and was instantly on the attack, moving ahead of Redding into Agostini for the first time.

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Tarran Mackenzie took the Race 1 holeshot- Snetterton BSB 2019

On the fourth lap Bridewell had moved into second with a decisive dive down the inside at Riches, pushing Brookes back into third. At the front, Bridewell claimed the lead ahead of Mackenzie as Redding moved into third. Bridewell tried to make a break from the pack but he made a mistake into Agostini a lap later and crashed out unhurt.

Redding had cut through into second and with Bridewell out of the race he captured the race lead, but behind there was an intense battle between Brookes and Mackenzie with the pair trading blows for several laps. The fight between the pair gave Redding the opportunity to edge out a gap, but Brookes was then able to get the better of Mackenzie and keep him behind over the closing stages.

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Scott Redding quickly reclaimed the lead – Snetterton BSB 2019

Danny Buchan maintained his position inside the top six in the standings with a fourth place, but the FS-3 Racing Kawasaki rider had a lonely end to the race. However behind him there was a scrap between the Honda Racing pairing; Xavi Forés and Andrew Irwin colliding on the final lap, but both formation flying to the finish line with the Spaniard having the edge at the chequered flag.

Peter Hickman was also in the group and he held off Luke Mossey for seventh place ahead of Jason O’Halloran who had a strong race to carve through the field from his seventh row start on the second McAMS Yamaha. Christian Iddon completed the top ten, passing his teammate Michael Laverty in the final moments of the race on his return after his Knockhill injury.

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Jason O’Halloran took ninth in Race 1- Snetterton BSB 2019

Superbikes Race 2

In race two Brookes had the perfect start off the line to lead the pack into Riches for the first time ahead of Redding, Bridewell and Mackenzie. Jason O’Halloran meanwhile had also made a good start to move into fifth on the second of the McAMS Yamahas. The Australian though crashed out on the fourth lap at Brundle, ending his race prematurely.

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Josh Brookes took the early lead in Race 2 from Scott Redding – Snetterton BSB 2019

At the front Brookes held the lead until there were just three laps remaining as Redding made a dive down the inside on the brakes at the end of the Bentley Straight to take the lead. The race one winner was able to hold off his Be Wiser Ducati teammate to the finish line.

However it was a double disaster for Mackenzie who crashed out at Wilson on lap eleven as he bid to close down Bridewell for the final podium position. The Oxford Racing Ducati rider bounced back from his race one crash to claim third place and maintain his second place position in the championship standings ahead of Brookes.

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Tommy Bridewell – Snetterton BSB 2019

In the battle for fourth place Irwin scored his best result of the season so far for Honda Racing, holding off Peter Hickman and Iddon who had a strong performance despite still recovering from his Knockhill injuries.

Hector Barbera had an impressive performance on his first visit to Snetterton on the Quattro Plant JG Speedfit Kawasaki, taking the chequered flag ahead of Forés who maintained his position inside the top six in the overall standings.

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Christian Iddon and Peter Hickman – Snetterton BSB 2019

Michael Laverty and Luke Mossey completed the top ten, whilst Buchan and Josh Elliott failed to score points after both crashing in individual incidents on the sighting lap.

Scott Redding

“I felt better with the bike in race two, I felt more comfortable and more confident but I didn’t know whether I could be faster. Then when I passed Josh I went faster, so I learnt I need to believe in myself a bit more. I tried to see what the other guys were doing with the tyres in the race as I didn’t want to break away and then have an issue later on. Again, I’m still learning, I’m still a rookie in this class and I don’t know the tracks. I’m really happy and I had a wicked time this weekend the fans have been amazing, we’ve had great fun, the reception was amazing. To come back with a pole and two race wins – I can’t take much more. To be a Monster athlete and for them to have an event here and for me to win the Race of Aces Trophy just puts the icing on the cake really.”

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Scott Redding – Snetterton BSB 2019
Josh Brookes 2-2

“I felt really strong at the end of the first race and whilst I was being a little bit conservative in the early stages, the battle I had with Tarran Mackenzie cost both of us time and it allowed Scott to make a bit of a break. By the time I got up to second, it was too big a gap to bridge but it was a good start to the day. We made a slight change in between races and it allowed me to push to the limit so with a good start, I felt comfortable out front. I felt like I was controlling the race well but when Scott came by, he seemed to have just a little bit in reserve and had enough of a gap so I couldn’t get back by. Given where I was on Friday, I’ve got to be happy with two second place finishes, so we’ll work hard to find that bit extra to try and get back on the top step at the next round.”

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Josh Brookes – Snetterton BSB 2019

Andrew Irwin scored his best result so far this season, closing his gap to the top-six thanks to a 5-4 result, achieving his goal of dual top-six results.

Andrew Irwin 5-4

“I keep saying I want two-top sixes near enough every round we’ve been to, it’s what I wanted and we’re coming away from here with a fifth and fourth, which is a step in the right direction! At Knockhill we finished the last race in fifth and we are starting to be where we belong inside the top-six, and hopefully we can continue to close the gap to the Showdown. We took six points out of Xavi this weekend, so we go to Thruxton looking to take another set of points out of him to try and close that down. I’m really happy, the team are working so hard and the Fireblade is working well, so I’m pleased with the progress and the fourth place finish today!”

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Andrew Irwin – Snetterton BSB 2019

Hickman remains in seventh place in the overall standings but has made up ground towards Xavi Fores who holds sixth position, with a crash during qualifying a rare mistake, which was then followed up with strong results in a seventh and fifth across the two races.

Peter Hickman 7-5

“Overall, it’s been a strong weekend and after being in the top three for most of practice, it was a real shame I made a small mistake in qualifying as it cost me a second row start at least. We’re still having an issue with getting the bike stopped and we’re still running a stock engine so it was hard going in both races and although seventh in race one was a good effort, I knew I could improve upon it in race two. I was further back on the grid, but I made a good start and am really pleased to have finished fifth and also close in a little bit on Fores in sixth. Snetterton has never been one of my best circuits but the next two rounds are Thruxton and Cadwell, places I really enjoy and go well at so I’m looking to take full advantage and claw back the deficit I currently have.”

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Peter Hickman chases Dan Linfoot – Snetterton BSB 2019

Xavi Forés collected valuable points with sixth in Race 1 and eighth in Race 2, holding onto sixth in the standings.

Xavi Forés 6-8

“To be honest this weekend has been harder than I expected; I like the track and enjoyed my laps but honestly from the first day I had a small issue with the bike and was never able to solve it, and for the races it was not so easy to manage. Race 1 I was trying to defend my position and had a good battle with Andrew, but at the end I got some important points and finished in the top-six. I did expect a little more and especially in the second race, but the first part was really, really bad for me, I never felt a good grip on the apexes, especially in the first ten laps. After that I was able to manage a little more and able to almost have the same pace as the top-four, but unfortunately it was too late and sometimes it’s quite frustrating when you lose so much gap at the start. But anyway, sixth and eighth isn’t so bad for my first time here in Snetterton and I am looking forward to Thruxton in order to keep the Showdown still alive! I want to say thanks to all the team, we made a good job inside the box and see you at Thruxton!”

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Xavi Fores – Snetterton BSB 2019

Mackenzie took a spot on the podium in Race 1 and got a good start in Race 2 before the Ducatis started to pull away in the early stages. Initially trying to save his tyre, the 23-year-old began to close the gap but lost the rear at Wilson on lap 11.

Tarran Mackenzie 3- DNF

“Race one was obviously really good. I ended up third and felt like I put together a good race in the first two thirds, but the last third was a bit difficult. When I saw Tommy went out it was hard to go with the two PBM bikes so I settled for third. In race two I didn’t get the best of starts, held my position in fourth and the Ducatis got away a bit. I was trying hard to catch them and setting quite a good pace. I was slowly catching them towards the end, but ended up losing the rear and then losing the front from that. I feel like I’m riding really well, it was another solid weekend and we were in the top two for a lot of it. I’m really happy, to be honest. Finishing fourth would be OK but I’d rather finish third for podium points. I’ll keep trying and come back at Thruxton even stronger.”

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Tarran Mackenzie – Snetterton BSB 2019

Bad luck awaited Australian rider Jason O’Halloran when he endured three crashes at Snetterton, the first two in practice and open qualifying, while ninth in Race 1 from the seventh row was a good result. Unfortunately in Race 2 a third row start saw O’Halloran move up to fifth only to crash out.

Jason O’Halloran 9 – DNF

“I’m OK, I’ve got a little bit of an injury on my left hand where you can see the bone on my knuckle but other than that I’m alright. Thanks to the guys at the medical centre for cleaning it up and patching it up. I was happy with the first race, we haven’t been able to do a lot of laps this weekend so to get 16 laps under our belt was really beneficial. We came from 21st to ninth and kept fighting all the way to the end. We made some changes for race two and, starting from a better position, we got away well and I was feeling comfortable in fifth. All was looking good until I highsided out! We’ve a few things to work on for Thruxton and look for a clean smooth weekend. We’ve go the pace, the potential is there with both me and the bike, we’ve just got to have a clean smooth weekend and it’ll come together.”

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Jason O’Halloran – Snetterton BSB 2019

Australian Ben Currie also made his return from injury, riding home to 19th in Race 1, but was advised by the team manager not to race in the second race due to the pain he was suffering in his foot.

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Ben Currie – Snetterton BSB 2019
Ben Currie

“I didn’t opt not to race I was told not to. Sorry to my sponsors!”

BSB Round Snetterton Ben Currie
Ben Currie – Snetterton BSB 2019

Snetterton Superbike Results

Pos Name Bike/Team Gap
1 Scott REDDING Ducati – Be Wiser Ducati 0.000
2 Josh BROOKES Ducati – Be Wiser Ducati +1.137
3 Tarran MACKENZIE Yamaha – McAMS Yamaha +3.989
4 Danny BUCHAN Kawasaki – FS-3 Racing Kawasaki +12.969
5 Andrew IRWIN Honda – Honda Racing +18.666
6 Xavi FORÉS Honda – Honda Racing +19.884
7 Peter HICKMAN BMW – Smiths Racing +20.209
8 Luke MOSSEY Suzuki – OMG Racing Suzuki +22.105
9 Jason O’HALLORAN Yamaha – McAMS Yamaha +24.326
10 Christian IDDON BMW – Tyco BMW Motorrad +24.606
11 Michael LAVERTY BMW – Tyco BMW Motorrad +25.144
12 Héctor BARBERÁ Kawasaki – Quattro Plant JG Speedfit Kawasaki +27.720
13 Bradley RAY Suzuki – Buildbase Suzuki +30.215
14 Dan LINFOOT Yamaha – Santander Salt TAG Yamaha +30.823
15 Claudio CORTI Kawasaki – Team WD-40 +38.247
16 Joe FRANCIS BMW – Lloyd & Jones Bowker Motorrad +42.467
17 Matt TRUELOVE Yamaha – Raceways Yamaha +46.900
18 Dean HARRISON Kawasaki – Silicone Engineering Racing +53.232
19 Ben CURRIE Kawasaki – Quattro Plant JG Speedfit Kawasaki +59.570
20 Dean HIPWELL Kawasaki – CDH Racing +1:03.624
21 Shaun WINFIELD Yamaha – Santander Salt TAG Yamaha +1:26.408
22 Fraser ROGERS Kawasaki – Gearlink Kawasaki +1 Lap
Not Clasifieds
DNF Josh ELLIOTT Suzuki – OMG Racing Suzuki 6 Laps
DNF Sam COVENTRY Kawasaki – Team 64 Motorsports 7 Laps
DNF Luke STAPLEFORD Suzuki – Buildbase Suzuki 8 Laps
DNF David ALLINGHAM Yamaha – EHA Yamaha 8 Laps
DNF Tommy BRIDEWELL Ducati – Oxford Racing 9 Laps
DNF James ELLISON BMW – Smiths Racing 9 Laps
DNF Ryan VICKERS Kawasaki – RAF Regular and Reserves Kawasaki 10 Laps
DNF Danny KENT MV Agusta – Bike Devil Sweda MV Agusta 12 Laps
Pos Rider Bike/Team Gap
1 Scott REDDING Ducati – Be Wiser Ducati 0.000
2 Josh BROOKES Ducati – Be Wiser Ducati +0.279
3 Tommy BRIDEWELL Ducati – Oxford Racing +3.376
4 Andrew IRWIN Honda – Honda Racing +21.133
5 Peter HICKMAN BMW – Smiths Racing +22.180
6 Christian IDDON BMW – Tyco BMW Motorrad +23.640
7 Héctor BARBERÁ Kawasaki – Quattro Plant JG Speedfit Kawasaki +24.898
8 Xavi FORÉS Honda – Honda Racing +27.444
9 Michael LAVERTY BMW – Tyco BMW Motorrad +27.987
10 Luke MOSSEY Suzuki – OMG Racing Suzuki +29.854
11 Dan LINFOOT Yamaha – Santander Salt TAG Yamaha +29.925
12 Ryan VICKERS Kawasaki – RAF Regular and Reserves Kawasaki +35.063
13 Bradley RAY Suzuki – Buildbase Suzuki +37.625
14 Claudio CORTI Kawasaki – Team WD-40 +38.946
15 Luke STAPLEFORD Suzuki – Buildbase Suzuki +50.048
16 Matt TRUELOVE Yamaha – Raceways Yamaha +50.391
17 James ELLISON BMW – Smiths Racing +53.993
18 Dean HARRISON Kawasaki – Silicone Engineering Racing +57.517
19 David ALLINGHAM Yamaha – EHA Yamaha +58.677
20 Sam COVENTRY Kawasaki – Team 64 Motorsports +1:03.270
21 Dean HIPWELL Kawasaki – CDH Racing +1:08.993
22 Shaun WINFIELD Yamaha – Santander Salt TAG Yamaha +1:22.247
Not Classified
DNF Tarran MACKENZIE Yamaha – McAMS Yamaha 6 Laps
DNF Joe FRANCIS BMW – Lloyd & Jones Bowker Motorrad 9 Laps
DNF Fraser ROGERS Kawasaki – Gearlink Kawasaki 12 Laps
DNF Jason O’HALLORAN Yamaha – McAMS Yamaha 13 Laps
DNF Danny BUCHAN Kawasaki – FS-3 Racing Kawasaki /
DNF Josh ELLIOTT Suzuki – OMG Racing Suzuki /
Pos Rider Team PTS

Dickies British Supersport Sprint

Championship leader Jack Kennedy took a commanding victory at Snetterton in the 10-lap sprint race with his closest rival Brad Jones second and Alastair Seeley third.

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Jack Kennedy – Snetterton BSB 2019

The Irishman who grabbed the holeshot from pole position and quickly started to pull a gap over the chasing pack. Jones held second alone as he chased down his teammate ahead who pulled away, but with four laps to go he was joined by the EHA Racing man Seeley.

The duo swapped and changed places on the remaining set of laps, but it was Jones who won the race to the line, beating Seeley by just 0.033 after Kennedy took another victory in 2019.

BSB Round Snetterton Alastair Seeley
Alastair Seeley – Snetterton BSB 2019

Dickies British Supersport Feature Race

Jack Kennedy went on to make it two from two in the Dickies British Supersport class, dominating the Feature race to win by 7.042s. It was Kennedy’s team mate, Brad Jones, who led the field into the opening corner, but Alastair Seeley had soon found a way through to lead at the end of the opening lap before Jones slipped back through into the lead at the start of the second lap.

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Brad Jones led the race 2 start – Snetterton BSB 2019

By the time the pack returned across the line, Kennedy had moved through; taking the lead into turn one where he was able to steadily pull away from the pursuers to take another win and complete the Snetterton double.

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Bradley Jones – Snetterton BSB 2019

Jones had a lonely race in second with Seeley taking third to repeat yesterday’s podium. Kyle Ryde was the leading GP2 machine in fourth overall, with Mason Law and Thomas Strudwick joining him on the podium.

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1) Jack Kennedy, 2) Brad Jones, 3) Alastair Seeley – Snetterton BSB 2019

Snetterton Supersport 600 Results

Pos Name Bike/ Team Gap
1 Jack KENNEDY Yamaha – Integro Yamaha 0.000
2 Brad JONES Yamaha – Integro Yamaha +2.763
3 Alastair SEELEY Yamaha – EHA Yamaha +2.799
4 Kyle RYDE Kalex – Kovara projects by RS Racing +11.150
5 Tom OLIVER Yamaha – SGR Racing +11.586
6 Lee JOHNSTON Yamaha – Ashcourt Racing +13.482
7 Mason LAW ABM Triumph – ABM Quattro Racing +14.866
8 Charlie NESBITT Yamaha – Hisc/Rapid Fulfillment Racing +16.477
9 Richard KERR Triumph – Campbell Motorsport +22.563
10 Harry TRUELOVE Yamaha – Truelove Property & Construction +22.578
11 Rory SKINNER Kawasaki – Watermans Team MSR +22.907
12 Ben WILSON Kawasaki – Gearlink Kawasaki +24.941
13 Kurt WIGLEY Yamaha – Sorrymate.com Racing +25.105
14 Thomas STRUDWICK FTR Moto – Case FTR Moto / Spirit Motorcycles +26.491
15 Jamie PERRIN Chassis Factory – Nova Racing Transmissions/Go R +27.045
16 Ross PATTERSON Yamaha – RPMMoto.com / Mayfair Homes Ltd +34.334
17 Jack SCOTT Harris Moto 2  – J J Racing +34.640
18 Sam WILFORD Honda – IDWe Racing +35.222
19 Phil WAKEFIELD Yamaha – PWR +35.797
20 Jorel BOERBOOM Honda – JB50 Racing +43.665
21 Tomás DE VRIES Chassis Factory – DAT Racing –  Chassis Factory +1:01.742
22 Ben WOTTON Triumph – James Jackson Racing (JJR) +1:11.123
23 Alan NAYLOR Yamaha – Donkey Box Racing +1:46.743
Not Classified
DNF Ross TWYMAN Kawasaki – Gearlink Kawasaki 6 Laps
Pos Name Bike/Team Gap
1 Rob GUIVER Ducati – Premier Security/Ducati Romford Racing 0.000
2 Sean NEARY Ducati – SMC Racing +0.849
3 Josh DAY Ducati – HOST-IT.co.uk Racing Team +2.495
4 Dean BROWN Ducati – DBR Performance +6.531
5 Phil ATKINSON Ducati – Art of Racing/Dijon Home and Flooring +6.756
6 Josh WAINWRIGHT Ducati – BPS Racing +11.994
7 Sam MIDDLEMAS Ducati – Boast Plumbing/Salus Approved Inspectors +12.821
8 Dave SELLERS Ducati – True Heroes Racing +19.498
9 Dan COUZENS Ducati – ASJ Racing +19.699
10 Craig CURRIE Ducati – SMC Racing +23.737
11 Dave MACKAY Ducati – True Heroes Racing +30.440
12 Scott PITCHERS Ducati – SP Racing +39.213
13 Daniel SHAW Ducati – FML Motorsport +40.044
14 Richard SPENCER-FLEET Ducati – RSF Racing/Army Motorcycle Road Race T +1:00.453
15 Craig KENNELLY Ducati – Resideo Racing +1:01.976
16 Peter HASLER Ducati – Art of Racing +1:14.586
17 Hiro ARAZEKI Ducati – JWF Motorsport +1:31.687
18 Martin THROWER Ducati – PDQ Precision Racing +1:54.407
19 Andrew HOWE Ducati – FHL Ducati +2:08.467
Not Classified
DNF Michael TUSTIN Ducati – TeamMTR Ducati Oxford 1 Lap
DNF David SHOUBRIDGE Ducati – Old Garage Legends 6 Laps
DNF Lee DEVONPORT Ducati – Art of Racing 6 Laps
DNF Martin HEATON Ducati – LAMF Racing 6 Laps
DNF Matt STEVENS Ducati – Tech 5 Racing 7 Laps
DNF Mark CHEETHAM Ducati – Highsparks Motorsport 7 Laps
DNF Jack THOMPSON Ducati – Highsparks Motorsport /
Pos Rider Pts
1 Jack KENNEDY 245
2 Alastair SEELEY 223
3 Brad JONES 212
4 Harry TRUELOVE 112
5 Ben WILSON 105
6 Richard KERR 105
7 Tom OLIVER 80
8 Bradley PERIE 76
10 Kurt WIGLEY 70
11 Rory SKINNER 69
12 Charlie NESBITT 64
13 Ross TWYMAN 50
14 Ross PATTERSON 49
15 Phil WAKEFIELD 24
16 Tatsuya YAMAGUCHI 19
17 Eugene McMANUS 18
18 Matt WIGLEY 16
20 Sam MUNRO 9
21 Alan NAYLOR 8
22 James McLAREN 6
23 William WHITE 6
24 Ben WOTTON 4
25 Ryan DIXON 3
26 Grant McINTOSH 3
27 Dominic PETTIT 2
28 Jason LYNN 1
29 Paul JORDAN 1

Superstock 1000 Report

Richard Cooper continued his dominance in the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 class, fending off a last lap challenge from Lee Jackson. It was Cooper who led the field into the opening corner and over the line for the first time, but Jackson had found a way through by the end of the second lap.

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Taylor Mackenzie leads Brayden Elliott – Snetterton BSB 2019

Moving back into the lead on lap four, Cooper set about building a small gap over the pursuing pack but a string of fast laps from Jackson in the closing stages; making a move on the final lap before running off track, eventually securing second behind the Buildbase Suzuki rider. Taylor Mackenzie completed the podium in third, having also run off track mid race. Billy McConnell was fourth ahead of Chrissy Rouse and Alex Olsen.

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Billy McConnell made a strong return from injury – Snetterton BSB 2019
Levi Day

“P7 in today’s race at Snetterton in Superstock 1000! Happy with that result, we kept chipping away all weekend and from where we were on Friday to today’s race was a big step forward. Huge thanks to my team IN Competition Aprilia for giving me an awesome RSV4 to ride. And to my sponsor AJN Steelstock, was great to have 22 guests from AJN and their customers there today being apart of it all! And to all the people that make it possible to do this and support me, Thruxton up next in two weeks!”

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Levi Day also had a strong result with seventh – Snetterton BSB 2019

Snetterton Superstock 1000 Results

Pos Rider Bike/Team Gap
1 Richard COOPER Suzuki – Buildbase Suzuki 0.000
2 Lee JACKSON Kawasaki – FS-3 Racing Ltd +2.589
3 Taylor MACKENZIE BMW – Bathams Racing +6.548
4 Billy McCONNELL Suzuki – OMG Racing Suzuki +7.042
5 Chrissy ROUSE Kawasaki – Morello Racing Kawasaki +8.485
6 Alex OLSEN BMW – Team IMR +12.526
7 Levi DAY Aprilia – IN Competition +15.088
8 Tom NEAVE Honda – Honda Racing +16.731
9 Eemeli LAHTI Kawasaki – STAUFF Quick Connect Superstock 100 +17.422
10 Lewis ROLLO Aprilia – IN Competition +17.700
11 Benjamin GODFREY Suzuki – Jones Dorling Racing +17.720
12 Luke HEDGER Kawasaki – CPD Kawasaki +23.745
13 Tom WARD Suzuki – Bradbury Racing powered by Robinsons S +25.403
14 Andrew REID BMW – Tyco BMW +25.635
15 Tim NEAVE Kawasaki – Morello Racing Kawasaki +26.795
16 Leon JEACOCK Suzuki – Geo E Davies Racing +27.068
17 Joe COLLIER Kawasaki – CPD Kawasaki +33.296
18 Paul McCLUNG BMW – Paul McClung Racing (PMR) +33.509
19 Graeme IRWIN Kawasaki – Team #109 Kawasaki +38.771
20 Brayden ELLIOTT Suzuki – No Bull Racing CPE Motosport +44.264
21 Jordan WEAVING Suzuki – CPD Motorsport +55.197
22 Jamie TIBBLE Kawasaki – Team Tibble +55.454
23 James HENRY Yamaha – TEL Racing +55.611
24 Dan STAMPER Suzuki – Allied Motorsport +1:02.487
25 Paul WESTERDALE Suzuki – Westerdale Racing +1:09.893
26 James WHITE Kawasaki – Team Afterdark +1:11.735
27 Richard WHITE BMW – Onsite Contractors BMW +1:15.538
28 Kevin SILVAIN Yamaha – Croucher Needham +1:16.007
29 Ozzy MADEY Kawasaki – Madey Racing +1:39.166
Not Classified
DNF Luke JONES Ducati – Highsparks Motorsport 4 Laps
DNF Josh WOOD Kawasaki – Wood/Belt Racing 5 Laps
DNF George STANLEY Suzuki – BWSR/Hawk Racing 5 Laps
DNF Ashley BEECH BMW – NP Motorcycles 6 Laps
DNF Milo WARD Kawasaki – G&S Racing /
DNF Bjorn ESTMENT Suzuki – Everquip Racing/Catfoss /
DNF Joe SHELDON-SHAW Kawasaki – Via Moto Racing /
DNF Sam COX Suzuki – Echelon Consultancy /
Pos Rider Pts
1 Richard COOPER 256.5
2 Taylor MACKENZIE 214
3 Lee JACKSON 142
4 Alex OLSEN 139.5
5 Lewis ROLLO 94.5
6 Tom NEAVE 83.5
7 Chrissy ROUSE 76.5
8 Eemeli LAHTI 76.5
9 Luke HEDGER 63.5
10 Levi DAY 59
11 Andrew REID 50.5
12 Tom WARD 47
13 Benjamin GODFREY 42.5
14 Billy McCONNELL 34.5
15 Tim NEAVE 31.5
16 Luke JONES 24
17 Joe COLLIER 21
18 Leon JEACOCK 19
19 Rob McNEALY 12
20 Bjorn ESTMENT 11
21 Barry TEASDALE 10
22 Michael RUTTER 8
23 Dan COOPER 7
24 George STANLEY 7
25 Milo WARD 6
26 Jordan WEAVING 5.5
27 Brayden ELLIOTT 5
28 Paul McLUNG 4.5
29 Tom TUNSTALL 3.5
30 Dan STAMPER 3.5
32 James WHITE 2
33 Davey TODD 1
34 Graeme IRWIN 1
35 James HENRY 1
36 Aaron CLARKE 0.5
37 Craig NEVE 0.5