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Airwaves Yamaha's Leon Camier has resumed normal service in the second British Superbike race at Croft this afternoon, crossing the line eight seconds in front of race one winner Stuart Easton on the Hydrex Honda.

Camier took six laps to get to the front of the pack, passing Easton at Tower corner and promptly cleared off, lapping half a second quicker than the Scotsmanwith HM Plant Honda's Josh Brookes finishing third taking his second podium of the day.

Brookes led into the first corner with Easton and MSS Kawasaki's Simon Andrews in second and third, and the blue and white Yamaha of Camier following in fourth.


After Easton got past Brookes, he was passed by good-friend Camier as Andrews held a watching brief in fourth but was all over the rear of the Australian with five laps gone.

As soon as Camier hit the front, no-one saw him again and team-mate James Ellison, who got an appalling start, started to climb up the order, first going round the outside of Hydrex Honda's Tommy Hill on the way into Barcroft on lap seven and then past Andrews.

From there, it was a fairly drama-free event. Andrews managed to keep Hill and the Relentless Suzuki of Ian Lowry in the final laps, and Ellison's pace was quite enough to catch Brookes for third.

Quay Garage Honda's Gary Mason wrapped up the Superbike Cup with his eighth place as NB Suzuki's Tommy Bridewell managed to stay ahead of Peter Hickman, who took third.
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