Tsingtao Kawasaki’s Danny Buchan has wrapped up the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 championship in emphatic style, cruising to a three seconds victory over Jason O’Halloran.
The vertically-gifted rider clinched his eighth win of the year, by once again breaking clear from pole position and setting a pace too hot for anyone else to contend with. He took the chequered flag on one wheel in celebration of his first British title. British Superbikes surely awaits next year for the champion.
Honda Racing’s Jason O’Halloran came through in second place, two seconds clear of the three rider scrap for the final podium spot. Outgoing champion Hudson Kennaugh dived under the inside of Josh Elliot on the final lap to take third place, his second podium of the year. Closing following the scrap was Geordie Joe Burns in fifth place.
Frenchman Freddy Foray picked up his best finish of the year in sixth place, ahead of Buildbase BMW’s Lee Jackson. The talented teenager stalled it on the line, dropping from the front row to dead last after thankfully being missed by the rest of the grid. The Lincoln lad recomposed himself and managed to fight past over twenty riders to take seventh.
Adam Jenkinson ended in eighth place with Jesse Traylor and Dan Johnson rounding out the top ten.
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