Josh Brookes says he is heading into the final round of the 2014 MCE British Superbike Championship seeking the 'personal satisfaction' of race wins as he looks to bring the curtain down on a frustrating season in style.

The Australian, who this week confirmed would be staying in BSB with Milwaukee Yamaha in 2015, came into the Title Showdown as the closest rival to Shane Byrne, but DNFs in three of the four races so far have already ruled him out of title contention.

With the Brands Hatch triple header remaining, Brookes is determined to repeat his feat of 2013 - when he was a Tyco Suzuki rider - by winning all three races.

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"My thoughts on Brands Hatch are to try and recover some personal satisfaction after what has happened at the end of this season, so looking to the weekend all I can do now is come out and try to achieve the best three results possible in the final races. That is the same objective that I have had at every round, as you always go out to win, but now I can only try and get the last three of the season as the championship is done for me.

"I have had a huge amount of dissatisfaction in the Showdown rounds, so Brands Hatch needs to be about me having a good weekend with positive results."