Karl Harris has claimed his second consecutive title aboard the HM Honda CBR600RR in the British Supersport championship at Oulton Park Sunday.

He took victory in style with a dominant win at the 2.692-mile Oulton Park track. It was Harris's fourth win from four starts at the Cheshire circuit over the past two seasons.

Yorkshireman Harris entered the penultimate round of the series with a 30-point advantage over nearest rival Jay Vincent.

To secure the championship, he had to beat Vincent and the other title challenger Michael Laverty.

This proved a simple task for Harris with Laverty retiring from the race on the opening lap due to an electrical fault on his Monstermob Ducati, and Vincent passing the chequered flag more than eight seconds behind Harris in third position.

Harris, from pole position, took an early race lead at the first corner.

The 24-year-old Honda rider set about pulling out a significant gap at the front of the field, leaving a spectacular six-way dice for fourth position behind him.

A victorious Harris treated the crowd to a series of stand-up wheelies that he is renowned for as part of his celebrations before taking to the top step of the podium for the sixth time this season.

"That was the perfect race for HM Plant Honda Racing - I couldn't have planned it any better," said Harris. "I got a good start, kept my head down and got my nose out in front. When I pulled out a bit of a gap, I knew all I had to do was focus on maintaining my advantage.

"It's an even better feeling than last year - awesome! I'd like to thank Honda, HM Plant and Dunlop for giving me a championship-winning package. The CBR600RR is the best bike in the Supersport class and I'm in the best team - an unbeatable combination."