British Superbike: Race Two And Race Three Outcomes From Snetterton

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Extra, from a press launch issued by MotorSport Imaginative and prescient Racing:

Bridewell serves up a primary Bennetts BSB treble after denying Irwin victory by 0.032s

 

Tommy Bridewell. Picture courtesy MSVR.

 

Tommy Bridewell celebrated his first ever Bennetts British Superbike Championship treble win at Snetterton, denying Glenn Irwin the ultimate victory of the weekend following an intense third race because the BeerMonster Ducati teammates had been separated by simply 0.032s on the chequered flag.

Snetterton produced the primary hat trick of the season and while Bridewell claimed three race wins, an additional 4 riders representing 4 totally different groups sealed podium finishes as Ducati, Yamaha and BMW featured within the prime three throughout the weekend.

After profitable the BikeSocial Dash Race yesterday, Bridewell’s confidence was excessive forward of right now’s races, while yesterday’s podium finishers Josh Brookes and Jason O’Halloran aimed to improve their tally.

Race two turned an eight-lap sprint following a purple flag earlier within the race, and initially Brookes hit the entrance of the pack from Irwin and Bridewell, with the main pair buying and selling blows on the opening lap, however the FHO Racing BMW Motorrad Crew rider had the sting.

Brookes led till lap 4 when O’Halloran grabbed the benefit at Coram with a transfer down the within. His Australian rival had moved forward into Riches, however O’Halloran regained the place into Wilsons.

As O’Halloran led, Irwin moved into second with a transfer at Wilson on lap 5, with the main trio then the McAMS Yamaha, Irwin and Brookes, however the race was purple flagged when Peter Hickman and Danny Buchan crashed out at Hamilton on lap seven. Buchan was taken to Norfolk and Norwich hospital for additional scans and evaluation after struggling a concussion.

On the restart, Brookes took the preliminary benefit earlier than Bridewell grabbed the lead on lap three with a transfer at Agostini. The BeerMonster Ducati rider then pulled the pin as he edged out his benefit over the closing phases.

The battle for the remaining podium positions was a four-way tussle on the ultimate lap with Brookes rising forward to say second place after holding off Haslam, who had been piling the stress on his rival as he returned to the rostrum for ROKiT BMW Motorrad.

Irwin and O’Halloran went head-to-head for fourth place however the second BeerMonster Ducati rider was in a position to maintain off the Yamaha after a collection of passes on the ultimate lap with positions altering thrice.

The ultimate race went all the way down to the wire, however initially, residence contender Ryan Vickers launched into the lead from Bridewell, Brookes and Irwin with Haslam and Danny Kent in shut rivalry.

Brookes was immediately on the assault and grabbed second at Brundle, earlier than combating for the lead. Initially he made a transfer into Riches on the second lap earlier than Vickers reclaimed the place.

It was one other disappointing race for Peter Hickman as he crashed out with Franco Bourne at Wilson on the second lap, however on the entrance, his FHO Racing BMW Motorrad teammate grabbed the lead at Nelson on the identical lap.

Bridewell was carving his means up the order and he moved into second on lap three, however his BeerMonster Ducati teammate was quickly behind him as he dived into third at Brundle forward of Vickers.

Brookes continued to steer the pack as Irwin moved into second on lap at Agostini on lap 4, easing his teammate again into third. Nonetheless, the pair had Haslam for firm and the ‘Pocket Rocket’ moved into third a lap later, launching forward of Bridewell at Riches.

Irwin and Haslam had been then dicing for second however after swapping locations on the seventh lap, the BeerMonster Ducati rider remained forward.

There was heartbreak for the FHO Racing BMW Motorrad Crew when Brookes was pressured to retire on lap ten from the lead with a technical downside and that handed the place to Irwin, who was holding place forward of Haslam, Bridewell and Vickers who accomplished the primary pack on observe however Christian Iddon was additionally pushing to shut in.

As Irwin led, Bridewell was pushing Haslam for second and he made a cross on the brakes into Murrays on lap 12, however the ROKiT BMW Motorrad rider regained second into Riches. The BeerMonster Ducati rider wasn’t giving up although and as they approached Wilson, Bridewell was again forward.

The BeerMonster Ducati teammates then duelled on the entrance with the battle for the rostrum finishes going all the best way all the way down to the wire, however Irwin had made a mistake at Wilson and after working extensive he dropped to fourth after which needed to regain the bottom.

Irwin was hassling Bridewell all the best way to the end because the BeerMonster Ducati teammates ended the race separated by simply 0.032s on the chequered flag.

Haslam and Vickers had been additionally in shut formation, however the ROKiT BMW Motorrad rider denied the Thetford contender a house spherical podium on the end.

Iddon held onto fifth forward of O’Halloran who labored his means again up the order to complete sixth forward of Lee Jackson and Kyle Ryde. Kent held ninth forward of Tito Rabat who claimed a second Bennetts BSB prime ten end.

Bennetts British Superbike Championship, Snetterton, Race 2 consequence:

  1. Tommy Bridewell (BeerMonster Ducati)
  2. Josh Brookes (FHO Racing BMW Motorrad) +1.635s
  3. Leon Haslam (ROKiT BMW Motorrad Crew) +1.829s
  4. Glenn Irwin (BeerMonster Ducati) +2.633s
  5. Jason O’Halloran (McAMS Yamaha) +2.722s
  6. Danny Kent (Lovell Kent Racing Honda) +5.820s
  7. Lee Jackson (Cheshire Mouldings Kawasaki) +5.908s
  8. Christian Iddon (Oxford Merchandise Racing Ducati) +6.354s
  9. Ryan Vickers (LAMI OMG Racing Yamaha) +6.732s
  10. Jack Kennedy (Mar-Practice Racing Yamaha) +6.784s

Bennetts British Superbike Championship, Snetterton, Race 3 consequence:

  1. Tommy Bridewell (BeerMonster Ducati)
  2. Glenn Irwin (BeerMonster Ducati) +0.032s
  3. Leon Haslam (ROKiT BMW Motorrad Crew) +0.410s
  4. Ryan Vickers (LAMI OMG Racing Yamaha) +0.763s
  5. Christian Iddon (Oxford Merchandise Racing Ducati) +2.504s
  6. Jason O’Halloran (McAMS Yamaha) +3.230s
  7. Lee Jackson (Cheshire Mouldings Kawasaki) +3.616s
  8. Kyle Ryde (LAMI OMG Racing Yamaha) +7.089s
  9. Danny Kent (Lovell Kent Racing Honda) +9.214s
  10. Tito Rabat (McAMS Yamaha) +10.183s

 

Bennetts British Superbike Championship standings

  1. Tommy Bridewell (BeerMonster Ducati) 217
  2. Glenn Irwin (BeerMonster Ducati) 192
  3. Kyle Ryde (LAMI OMG Racing Yamaha) 171
  4. Josh Brookes (FHO Racing BMW Motorrad) 168
  5. Leon Haslam (ROKiT BMW Motorrad Crew) 164
  6. Jason O’Halloran (McAMS Yamaha) 133
  7. Lee Jackson (Cheshire Mouldings Kawasaki) 124
  8. Christian Iddon (Oxford Merchandise Racing Ducati) 108
  9. Ryan Vickers (LAMI OMG Racing Yamaha) 101
  10. Jack Kennedy (Mar-Practice Racing Yamaha) 79

For extra info on the Bennetts British Superbike Championship go to www.britishsuperbike.com

Tommy Bridewell

BeerMonster Ducati

“It’s so exhausting to make a sport plan generally in any type of racing, since you by no means know what can occur and what hurdles you get and so forth. I had an concept that if I might make the beginning and get away, improbable, that wasn’t clearly the plan.

“I used to be conserving my tyre and it’s one thing me and the staff have been working actually exhausting on and its paying off. I knew I had some tyre left, I might bear in mind my pit board with seven laps to go considering ‘I actually might do with pushing on’.

“It got here a bit late, it was somewhat bit too tight for consolation I have to be trustworthy. However credit score to everybody on the market.  I believe Glenn is an outstanding rider and a really fierce competitor. However I’ve been across the block a number of years and I’ve been there and seen all of it, and I simply hold my head down and simply give attention to what I’m doing.

“The followers have wished to see me and Glenn go toe to toe for a number of rounds now, he outrode me at Knockhill and did an exceptional job and I used to be simply completely satisfied to choose up the podiums there as a result of it’s not someplace I’m that assured and cozy on the bike.

“So coming into this weekend I knew my goal, as all the time, was to win. To get my first ever triple win is one thing that I’ve dreamt of for a very long time. We most undoubtedly don’t get complacent on my aspect of the storage, I mentioned to Paolo my Crew Chief that we’ve gained two races on the trot, I really feel sensible, the bike’s working phenomenal, however let’s hold our toes on the bottom. If I can win this race I’ll, if I’m second, third, fourth and that’s all that’s there, we have to settle for it.

“I simply need to benefit from the second we’re in, thankfully the best way the game is, I save this second after which after I’m driving residence tonight, I’ll rise up tomorrow morning, gather the canine, examine that each one the sheep are alive and never acquired their head caught in a fence, after which I’m getting ready for Manufacturers Hatch already!”

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