Race results (2) - Thruxton

Full race results (2) for the second round of the 2010 MCE British Superbike Championship at Thruxton
1. Josh Brookes AUS HM Plant Honda 25mins 23.986secs 20 laps
2. Tommy Hill GBR Worx Crescent Suzuki +0.391s
3. Stuart Easton GBR Swan Honda +7.112s
4. Ryuichi Kiyonari JPN HM Plant Honda +7.146s
5. Martin Jessopp GBR Ducati +7.263s
6. Michael Laverty GBR Relentless TAS Suzuki +7.789s
7. Michael Rutter GBR Ducati +8.241s
8. John Laverty GBR Buildbase Kawasaki +10.378s
9. Alastair Seeley GBR Relentless TAS Suzuki +12.218s
10. Gary Mason GBR MSS Colchester Kawasaki +12.240s
11. Yukio Kagayama JPN Worx Crescent Suzuki +17.507s
12. Dan Linfoot GBR Motorpoint Yamaha +18.284s
13. Peter Hickman GBR Ultimate Yamaha +24.639s
14. Steve Brogan GBR Jentin Racing BMW +29.956s
15. Chris Walker GBR CW Racing Suzuki +33.357s

16. Tom Tunstall GBR Doodson Motorsport Honda +33.734s
17. David Anthony AUS MIST Suzuki +33.921s E
18. Gary Johnson GBR AIM Suzuki +39.015s E
19. Hudson Kennaugh RSA MAR Kawasaki +40.592s E
20. David Johnson AUS Magic Bullet Two Wheel Suzuki +41.696s E
21. Luke Jones GBR PR Racing M/C & Moore Yamaha +48.354s
22. Dave Wood GBR Redline KTM +56.426s
23. Aaron Zanotti GBR Red Viper Spike Suzuki +56.476s E
24. Peter Ward GBR Astro-Chase SST Kawasaki +57.739s
25. Chris Burns GBR Splitlath Aprilia +58.807s E
26. Pauli Pekkanen FIN 777 RR Motorsport Suzuki +1m 01.945s E
27. Michael O'Brien GBR Motomob/O'Brien Hifi Yamaha +1 lap E

Not Classified

28. Craig Fitzpatrick GBR Close Print Finance Honda 17 laps completed E
29. Christian Iddon GBR SMT Honda 17 laps completed
30. Michael Howarth GBR Magic Bullet Two Wheel Suzuki 10 laps completed E

E denotes Evo class entrants

Related Pictures

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Stuart Easton, Swan Honda, 2010 British Superbike Championship, Thruxton [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
Tommy Hill, Worx Crescent Suzuki, 2010 British Superbike Championship, Thruxton [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
Josh Brookes, HM Plant Honda, 2010 British Superbike Championship, Thruxton [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
Josh Brookes, Yukio Kagayama and Tommy Hill, Thruxton, 2010 [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
Josh Brookes (HM Plant Honda) leads Tommy Hill (Worx Crescent Suzuki), Thruxton, 2010 [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
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Tommy Bridewell - Milwaukee Yamaha [pic credit:]
Shane Byrne, Ryuichi Kiyonari [pic credit: Gavan Caldwell]
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Peter Hickman RAF Reserves Honda -
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Toon - Unregistered

April 18, 2010 6:24 PM

Jessopp is starting to impress me. Two decents events now and beat his much more experienced team-mate. The Riders Duke is hardly in the same league as the works spec machine run by Airwaves in the past, so pretty good all told.


April 18, 2010 5:54 PM

Woohoo!!! well done brookesy! though i really thought Hill had him the whole race. Strange seeing Kagiyama going backwards but conversely good seeing Kiyonari make up the places he lost at the start. :)

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