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NW200 Ducati's Michael Rutter has got this sights firmly set on second place in the British Superbike Championship after a brace of great results at Knockhill this weekend.

The Leicestershire rider, who battled to fourth and second in today's double header, now seems to have got his head around the 1098 twin and seems to be a force to be reckoned with.

 "I'm really pleased with the two results today as we'd had a few problems at Oulton and we weren't sure what direction to go in with the bike to make it right," said Rutter.


"We tried a few different things this weekend, which seemed to work well and I ended the day with a pretty good fourth and second place. I hope now we've managed to make progress and that we can carry on this form to the remaining rounds of the season.

"Second place in the Championship is still up for grabs and even though I'm 48 points behind, there are still 200 points to be gained and as we all know in racing anything can happen."

The Rainman also extended his thoughts to the family of Craig Jones, who died last Monday.

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