VIsiontrack Ducati rider Christian Iddon claimed his second Bennetts British Superbike win of the season at Brands Hatch. 

For the second time in three races, BSB riders had to reset following a red flag. The second of those - race three - produced a seven lap dash for the ages. 

It was an all-action race that saw seven lead changes and two last lap overtakes for the podium. 

But it was Iddon who came out victorious, and with it regained the championship lead following Jason O’Halloran’s win in race two which elevated him to that spot at the time. 

"I was fired up for the restart and I got out front as soon as I could and set a pace that I thought was quite good, but I was second guessing myself a little bit in where some of the damp patches were," said Iddon. 

"Because I was out front I didn't know how hard to push it. I knew there were bits that were a bit sketchier earlier on so I thought 'don’t lob it up the road in the lead'.

"Danny came past me with two to go and I gave it the old Larry Lunge at turn one and managed to make it stick and defended the second half of the lap. 

"It's nice to come out of clearways in first, it was a really nice race. I was just a bit excitable, but it was all good and I look forward to watching it all later!"

The win is one part of the successful weekend for Iddon, as podium points gained thanks to his third place in race one were valuable when looking at the showdown. 

Iddon added: "I'm really happy to take the win and leave here still as points leader. The other important thing is podium points, we banked five of them after what I would say was a very disappointing first race today for me. 

"Fifth in the first race was difficult for me, so to bounce back was great – it was a level playing field for that last sprint and we won it, so job's a dream."