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Hill wins again as Kiyo stays in contention

Behind him, Martin Jessopp scored good points in eighth place, ahead of top EVO rider Graeme Gowland, while James Ellison completed the top ten.

On his first outing for Motorpoint Yamaha, Tommy Bridewell scored points in 11th, ahead of Gary Mason, Scott Smart, Glen Richards and Karl Harris.

Elsewhere, there was further disappointment for MSS Colchester Kawasaki rider Alex Lowes, who suffered another costly accident having gotten himself into fifth position early on.



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binza - Unregistered

August 30, 2011 4:03 PM

Because of the stupid scoring system Kiyo will begin the final shoot-out races with just a 21 point deficit to the top man Tommy Hill (who has won something like 8 races this season),it's just a total joke!

Sweeble

August 30, 2011 9:20 AM

I just loved the way Tommy just kept chipping away at Michael at the hairpin. He wore Michael down and then nicked off with the victory, a great ride. On a different note, I'm not sure if Kiyo deserves to be in the shootout, and he certainly doesn't deserve to win the title, but I'm glad he's there for the sake of racing.



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