Camier quicker still in morning warm-up

Leon Camier and Broc Parkes continued their rivalry during morning warm-up at Brands Hatch ahead of today's two remaining British Superbike races.

Camier and Parkes battled it out for victory in the first of three races the previous day, the pair emerging from warm-up in the same positions after the Airwaves Yamaha man put in a lap that was quicker than his pole position effort.

Karl Muggeridge followed in third position on the HM Plant Honda, while Suzuki's Tommy Hill made it four different manufacturers inside the top four positions in fourth place.

James Ellison was a second adrift of his team-mate in fifth position, ahead of Sheridan Morais on the second Kawasaki, the South African back on track after his opening lap crash during the first race.

Julien Da Costa followed his ZX-10R counterpart in seventh, despite an off in the closing stages, ahead of Chris Walker, Stuart Easton and Karl Harris.

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