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Josh Brookes has once again destroyed his previous lap record at Snetterton with a blistering 1m 46.861s on the second day of the mid-season MCE British Superbike test.
The Milwaukee Yamaha rider shattered his old lap record at Snetterton on the opening day of the test and has gone even quicker on the second day. The Australian rider shaved over a second off the lap record at the Norfolk circuit and has pulled out a half-second gap on his closet rival Shane Byrne.
Brookes has been the dominate force at Snetterton after ending the two day test with a commanding gap over the chasing pack and will be the rider to beat when the MCE British Superbike paddock returns to Norfolk for round four of the 2015 championship on the 19-21 June.
The Milwaukee Yamaha team has been testing out a new fuel tank at the test which appears to have given both Brookes and his team-mate Broc Parkes a significant boost over a single lap.
Defending BSB champion Byrne ended the test second fastest with a hot lap of 1m 47.423s, edging out current championship leader James Ellison by just 0.018s.
Jakub Smrz continued to demonstrate the Lloyds British Moto Rapido Ducati's strong pace at Snetterton by finishing fourth fastest, with Milwaukee Yamaha's Parkes finding some good form as he rounded out the top five.
Honda Racing's Jason O'Halloran ended the day sixth fastest, as PBM Kawasaki's Stuart Easton's morning time was fast enough to split the two Be Wiser Kawasaki riders on the timesheet, with Chris Walker seventh and Danny Buchan ninth. Bennetts Suzuki's Christian Iddon completed the top ten.
Dan Linfoot continued to make his comeback from a broken wrist and finished the day 17th on the timesheet, while Peter Hickman tested his own fitness on day one after suffering a high-speed crash at Oulton Park earlier this month.