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Snetterton BSB: Three on the trot for Farmer in Supersport

Appleyard Macadam Racing’s Keith Farmer secured a third consecutive Dickies British Supersport win despite pressure throughout the race from Halsall Yamaha’s Joe Francis.

The Clogher Bullet converted his pole position to take the lead on the opening lap but even his best efforts couldn’t allow him to pull anymore than half a second on the riders behind.

Gearlink Kawasaki’s Andrew Irwin dropped backwards early on due to a technical, but his teammate Ben Currie was running well in third.


As the laps ticked away Farmer still held strong out front with Francis; with the pair then joined by the Quattro Plant Spirit Moto2 of Alastair Seeley.

The gap at the front stretched to a second after Francis and Seeley began battling but with three laps to go and Seeley now into second the race was on.

Seeley cut the gap to half a second with a lap to go, however, Farmer dug in on the last lap to take the chequered flag and another win.

Second across the line was Seeley, but riding the Moto2 means he doesn’t qualify for points, therefore the podium was completed by Francis and Tempus MV Agusta’s Jack Kennedy.

Dubliner, Kennedy, eventually got the better of German born Aussie Ben Currie after a near race long scrap.

EHA Racing’s David Allingham came across the line in fifth, followed by his teammate Ross Twyman and Jamie Perrie in seventh and eighth.

Rounding out the top ten were the returning Graeme Gowland on his Smiths Triumph and Sorrymate.com Yamaha’s Kurt Wigley.

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