Leon Camier and James Ellison continued to stretch out their advantage in morning warm-up at Silverstone, the pair proving more than half a second than their closest rivals.

Having dominated proceedings in qualifying, the Airwaves Yamaha pair were once again in charge during the short pre-race session, with Camier edging out Ellison by just over a tenth of a second.

Front row sitter Stuart Easton continued to pose the closest threat to the Yamaha duo, but found himself seven tenths adrift, while Sylvain Guintoli and Tommy Hill were marginally just behind.

Simon Andrews, Cup rider Gary Mason, Karl Harris - who starts 22nd - Glen Richards and Josh Brookes rounded out the top ten.


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