Quattro Plant Kawasaki’s Dan Linfoot bagged some valuable points over the course of the MCE British Superbike weekend at Silverstone. He came away with a fourth and seventh place finishes and his good form has edged him ever close to the Milwaukee Yamaha’s duo of Josh Brookes and Tommy Bridewell in the championship standings.
But like any rider he is always aiming to do better but even after a solid finish he doesn’t want to be too greedy, but would have liked another podium yesterday. The Showdown rider did enjoy his time out on track, especially with his battle with Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki’s Stuart Easton for sixth place.
“I would have liked a bit more, but I can’t be too greedy. I think if you look at the bigger picture I have closed in on Tommy Bridewell and Josh Brookes this weekend in the championship, so it is all down to Brands Hatch,” said Linfoot, speaking to bikesportnews.com at the track.
“The second race we were strong at the end, so that was good. Fourth and seventh was good and I had a great battle with Stuart Easton which was fun – but a bit more required I guess.”