MonsterMob Ducati Superbike rider Sean Emmett overcame the treacherous conditions at Brands Hatch today to record a pair of second place finishes in round seven of the Think! British Superbike Championship.

Having qualified in second place on the grid the 34 year old from Weybridge led both races early on as conditions deteriorated around the Kent circuit.

In race one he had to take second best to Championship leader John Reynolds and then when it looked like victory would come his way in race two, a last lap charge by Renegade Ducati rider Leon Haslam saw him denied victory again.

"Considering those conditions that wasn't a bad day's work," said Emmett. "I took the biggest points score of the meeting (40 points) and I'm now up to third in the Championship and closed on Michael Rutter by gaining 27 points on him. That's four rostrums in a row. Had it been dry I would have had a chance of a double, but the conditions were very tricky and it was important to finish"