Team Renegade Ducati's sole Supersport contender, Leon Haslam, fell foul of electrical gremlins at Thruxton, but the 19-year-old former GP rider heads for the next round of the hotly contested series at Oulton Park confident that, come race day, he'll be on the pace and battling for the race win.

"We've suffered with bad luck at the last two rounds, but we're heading for Oulton Park determined to make a return to the podium," declared Haslam. "Set-up is all important at Oulton and the fact that we made some progress in this area when we tested at the circuit last week should stand us in good stead this weekend.

"The top speed advantage the four-cylinder bikes enjoyed at places like Snetterton and Thruxton won't be so apparent around Oulton, so I'm confident that if we can get the bike dialled in fully during practice and qualifying, we'll be up there come race day. I'm really looking forward to the weekend ahead," concluded Leon.

 

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