Leon Camier continued to underline his status as the man to beat in this year's ViSK.com British Superbike Championship by decimating the opposition in second free practice at Thruxton.
The Airwaves Yamaha rider set the quickest time of the day to beat Stuart Easton by a clear second having been comfortably in charge for much of the 50 minute session.
Once again it was the factory Yamaha team and the Hydrex Honda outfit that mostly dominated proceedings, with James Ellison up into third position and Karl Harris fifth. Only Simon Andrews upset proceedings by hauling his Kawasaki up to fourth in the latter stages with a time some two seconds faster than he managed in the morning.
Early pace setter Harris endured an eventful session, crashing at Seagrave early on to prompt a red flag period. Nonetheless, despite a trip to the medical centre, Harris was back out soon afterwards and performing competitively, even if he would only complete nine laps to Camier's 30.
Ian Lowry was an encouraging sixth fastest to be the quickest of the Suzukis, although Michael Rutter on the Worx Crescent machine was only marginally slower in eighth, the pair being separated by Glen Richards.
John Laverty was again a strong top ten in ninth, ahead of Chris Walker, who made substantial gains from earlier to go tenth.