However, Camier would simply bide his time, diving down the inside of Easton just a few corners later at Sear before out-dragging the Honda in a straight line.
From here, Camier wouldn't be challenged again as Easton slipped into the clutches of Brookes, now ahead of Ellison. Nonetheless, Easton would cling onto second for more strong points, while Brookes completed the podium for second race in succession.
Ellison was forced to settle for fourth, just ahead of a flying Ian Lowry, who would get the better of Walker after a lengthy race long battle.
Having started in 20th position and crashed prior to the restart, Rutter will be satisfied to come away with seventh position, ahead of a recovering Harris, while Kawasaki pair Julien Da Costa and Simon Andrews completed the top ten.
Meanwhile, Tommy Bridewell marked his BSB debut with a fantastic victory in the Cup class after eight-time winner Gary Mason was forced to retire mid-race.