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Airwaves Yamaha's Leon Camier has taken his second British Superbike race win at Brands Hatch this afternoon, adding to the victory he took yesterday and is now the most succesful rider in the history of GSE Racing in terms of wins.

The Kent youngster streaked away from PDM Kawasaki's Broc Parkes after a five-lap safety car period while Maxxis Yamaha's David Johnson was given medical attention after a crash and took his 13th first place of the season.

For once, Camier got a great start and took the holeshot for the first time this season with Parkes and Hydrex Honda's Stuart Easton and karl Harris in close attendance.


However, as with yesterday's opening race, Camier and Parkes' pace was too hot for the rest of the BSB field and they pulled out a huge gap before Johnson's crash at Hawthorn.

As the safety car came in, Camier got the hammer down and only the World Superbike wildcard rider could stay with him as they dropped Easton once again.

There was some action further down the field however as the second Airwaves Yamaha of James Ellison was trying every which way to get past HM Plant HOnda stand-in rider Steve Brogan, but it took a mistake by the Liverpudlian on the brakes into Druids before he could get ahead.

Ellison then continued his march up the order as he went past Motorpoint Yamaha's Chris Walker, who eventually retired with only a handful of laps to go.

Harris struggled to live with his team-mate's pace and slowly fell back into the clutches of Worx Suzuki's Tommy Hill who went past him on lap 16 but Ellison was quickly catching the pair.

Hill, however, was able to keep the Yamaha at bay and took fourth with Harris sixth, HM Plant Honda's Karl Muggeridge got past Brogan for seventh with Graeme Gowland and Sheridan Morais rounding out the top ten.

Quay Garage Honda's Gary Mason took the Superbike Cup win from Martin Jessopp and Tom Tunstall. Tommy Bridewell retired with a couple of laps to go.

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