Dan Linfoot is gearing up for his return from injury at the MCE British Superbike test at Snetterton after breaking his wrist at Brands Hatch last month.

The Honda Racing rider suffered a crash in free practice one of the second round of BSB at Brands Hatch, breaking his right wrist and was forced to miss the subsequent rounds at the Kent circuit and Oulton Park.

Linfoot's initial comeback had been expected for the fourth round at Snetterton (19-21 June), but the Brit has made a remarkable recovery.

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The 26-year-old has been given the all clear by medics to ride at the Norfolk circuit for this week's mid-season two-day test (26-27 May).

"This was a period I am pleased to see the back of as we started the season in such a good place at Donington Park, so to have that put on hold at the second round was a big downer," Linfoot told Britishsuperbike.com. "The aim of course was to be back for Snetterton because we want to get back to where we need to be in the championship ready for the rest of the season."

Linfoot underwent surgery to pin his broken wrist as well as an intense schedule of physiotherapy and time in a hyperbaric chamber to return to racing as quickly as possible.

"It has been an intense time from the moment you have the crash because you have to put it behind you as soon as possible and focus on the recovery," he added.

"When you are at home watching the racing from the sofa it makes you appreciate how much you want to be on track and how much you miss it when you aren't."