Charlie Nesbitt celebrated his HEL Performance British Motostar title success in style by powering in his fifteenth victory of this dominant campaign – the Swindon teenager had sealed the crown with victory in Saturday’s race but that did nothing to dampen his desire to maintain his winning spree as he stretched his lead to 161 points over Jake Archer.
Nesbitt was quickly away but under early pressure from Dani Saez with Archer, Richard Kerr and Lee Hindle running in close contention but Saez was on the charge and he grabbed the lead at the Melbourne Hairpin with an audacious third lap move.
The young Spaniard had the edge, holding the lead for a couple of laps, but Nesbitt was always there and the e3 Motorsport Redline KTM rider was back in front at Goddards at the start of the sixth lap.
Nesbitt asserted himself, gapping Saez as he charged to victory by 9.455secs ahead of Saez with Archer third from Jorel Boerboom, Max Cook and Elliot Lodge. Dan Jones finished seventh overall to clinch the Standard class crown.