Leon Camier's unprecedented triple victory at Brands Hatch has upgraded his status from 'title favourite' to 'champion-elect' as he extended his lead into three figures over James Ellison.

A margin of 113.5 points now stands between himself and his Airwaves Yamaha team-mate, effectively giving him a comfortable four race cushion with a total of nine races remaining.

The top three overall remains identical, with Ellison being reigned in slightly by Stuart Easton, even if the Scot remains a fair 43 points adrift following his Mallory Park double DNF.

The three races have certainly shaken up the order just behind though, mostly due to the fact that three of the top ten - Glen Richards, Josh Brookes and Simon Andrews - weren't present over the weekend.

As such, Karl Harris has slotted in behind team-mate Easton in fourth position, despite three fairly average finishes on the Hydrex Honda, while Ian Lowry has leapt from ninth to sixth, despite battling with flu throughout the weekend.

Chris Walker and Julien Da Costa remain just behind in eighth and tenth, the pair suffering a retirement each to prevent them from making bigger gains up the order.

Elsewhere, John Laverty has moved onto the cusp of the top ten with another top five finish aboard the Buildbase Kawasaki, while Broc Parkes' three second place finishes means he is already 16th in the standings, marginally ahead of Tommy Hill and Karl Muggeridge.

In the Mirror.co.uk Cup standings, Gary Mason is equally in charge, his three victories placing him 42.5 points ahead of Peter Hickman.

Meanwhile, Parkes' brace of podiums means he has moved Kawasaki to within nine points of surpassing Suzuki for third position in the manufacturer standings.

Full ViSK.com British Superbike Championship rider standings (After 8 round of 12 - Previous position in brackets)

1. (1) Leon Camier Airwaves Yamaha 374.5 points 2. (2) James Ellison Airwaves Yamaha 261 3. (3) Stuart Easton Hydrex Honda 218 4. (7) Karl Harris Hydrex Honda 111.5 5. (4) Glen Richards HM Plant Honda 103 6. (9) Ian Lowry Relentless Suzuki 101 7. (5) Joshua Brookes HM Plant Honda 99 8. (8) Chris Walker Motorpoint/Henderson Yamaha 98 9. (6) Simon Andrews MSS Colchester Kawasaki 92.5 10. (10) Julien Da Costa MSS Colchester Kawasaki 91 11. (12) Gary Mason Quay Mason C 81 12. (13) Graeme Gowland Motorpoint/Henderson 80.5 13. (14) John Laverty Buildbase Kawasaki 77.5 14. (11) Sylvain Guintoli Worx Crescent Suzuki 77 15. (15) Michael Rutter Worx Suzuki/SMT Honda/MSS Kawasaki65 16. (-) Broc Parkes Kawasaki SRT60 17. (16) Jason O'Halloran SMT Honda 54 18. (28) Tommy Hill Worx Crescent Suzuki 37 19. (-) Karl Muggeridge HM Plant Honda 32 20. (17) Tristan Palmer Buildbase Kawasaki 31 21. (24) Steve Brogan HM Plant Honda 27.5 22. (18) Tommy Bridewell Team NB Suzuki 20 23. (19) Jon Kirkham Jentin Yamaha/North West 200/Node 4 20 24. (20) Steve Plater HM Plant Honda 16 25. (21) Peter Hickman Ultimate Yamaha 16 26. (22) David Johnson Maxxis Adept Yamaha 14.5 27. (-) Sheridan Morais Kawasaki SRT 14 28. (23) Atsushi Watanabe Relentless Suzuki 13 29. (25) Tom Tunstall Hardinge Doodson Honda 9 30. (26) Martin Jessopp Riders Racing Honda 7 31. (27) Richard Cooper Team Co-ordit Yamaha 5.5 32. (29) Aaron Zanotti Red Viper Honda 1 33. (30) Kenny Gilbertson Jx Fuelcard Kawasaki 1

Full ViSK.com British Superbike Championship manufacturer standings (After 8 round of 12 - Previous position in brackets)

1. (1) Yamaha 400.5 points 2. (2) Honda 283 3. (3) Suzuki 199 4. (4) Kawasaki 190.5

Full Mirror.co.uk British Superbike Cup rider standings (After 8 round of 12 - Previous position in brackets)

1. (1) Gary Mason Quay Mason 350.5 points 2. (2) Peter Hickman Ultimate Yamaha 257 3. (3) Martin Jessopp Riders Racing Honda 220 4. (4) Tom Tunstall Hardinge Doodson Honda 204.5 5. (5) Tommy Bridewell Team NB Suzuki 108 6. (6) Kenny Gilbertson JX Fuelcard Kawasaki 85 7. (7) Alastair Fagan Red Viper Honda 74 8. (8) Matt Bond MIST Suzuki 68 9. (9) Brian McCormack MAR Kawasaki 30 10. (10) David Haire DHR Honda 23 11.. (11) Richard Cooper Team Co-ordit Yamaha 12.5 12. (12) Malcolm Ashley MAR Kawasaki 11 13. (13) Dan Stewart Wilcock Honda 10