Danny Buchan secured his first ever BSB double with victory in race three at Knockhill.

2021 British Superbike, Knockhill - Race Results (3)
1Danny BuchanGBRSYNETIQ BMW Motorrad24 Laps
2Rory SkinnerGBRFS-3 Racing Kawasaki+0.240s
3Tarran MackenzieGBRMcAMS Ymaha+0.356s
4Christian IddonGBRVisiontrack Ducati+0.673s
5Bradley RayGBRRICH Energy OMG Racing BMW+1.141s
6Jason O'HalloranAUSMcAMS Ymaha+2.724s
7Tommy BridewellGBRMoto Rapido Ducati+3.226s
8Peter HickmanGBRFHO Racing BMW+3.873s
9Ryan VickersGBRRAF Kawasaki+4.102s
10Lee JacksonGBRFS-3 Racing Kawasaki+4.411s
11Gine ReaGBRBuildbase Suzuki+4.959s
12Dan LinfootGBRTAG Racing Honda+12.922s
13Josh BrookesAUSVisiontrack Ducati+13.425s
14Danny KentGBRBuildbase Suzuki+13.904s
15Andrew IrwinGBRSYNETIQ BMW Motorrad+15.431s
16Storm StaceyGBRTeam LKQ Kawasaki+19.750s
17Kyle RydeGBRRICH Energy OMG Racing BMW+19.972s
18Brad JonesGBRIforce BMW+23.702s
19Ryo MizunoJAPHonda Racing UK+29.839s
20Luke HopkinsGBRHopkins Honda Racing+30.040s
21Takumi TakahashiJAPHonda Racing UK+33.089s
22Joe FrancisGBRIforce BMWDNF
23Bjorn EstmentSACatfoss Racing SuzukiDNF
24Brian McCormackIRLFHO Racing BMWDNF
25Glenn IrwinGBRHonda Racing UKDNF

Buchan produced a late charge to claim his third career win with a move on Rory Skinner (turn 7, lap 24) - one lap before a red flag halted proceedings.

Glenn Irwin was the man who brought out the red flag due to a crash at turn two, which left his Honda Racing UK machine stranded on the circuit. 

As was the case in race one, Skinner claimed second ahead of fellow Scotsman Tarran Mackenzie in third. Championship leader Christian Iddon increased his lead over Jason O’Halloran after claiming fourth - opposed to the McAMS Yamaha rider’s sixth place. 

Race Two

Buchan claims his second ever British Superbike win - both at Knockhill, while the championship lead changes hands.

Buchan’ dominant win makes him the third race winner of 2021 after O’Halloran and Iddon. 

It was a great race two for Scottish riders Skinner and Mackeznie, as Skinner claimed his maiden Superbike podium, while it was also Mackenzie’s first of the season in P3.

The huge moment in the championship battle came on lap 11 when O’Halloran crashed out of the race at turn seven - meaning Iddon is the new leader. 

Bjorn Estment crashed on lap five at turn eight and was unable to continue. Danny Kent followed Estment in crashing out at turn eight five laps later - fourth DNF from five races.

Race One

Iddon’ run of second place finishes to begin the 2021 British Superbike campaign is over thanks to race one victory at Knockhill. 

Iddon held off a late double charge by championship leader O’Halloran and BMW’s Danny Buchan. 

All three riders shared time as the race leader, however, a near crash for Buchan on lap six when momentarily losing the front at turn 8, saw the 28 year-old slip down to fourth. 

Iddon regained the lead for the second time after having passed O’Halloran three laps prior, a position he converted into victory unlike all three races at Oulton Park. 

Bradley Ray and Skinner both came across the line for their best finishes of the season - fourth and fifth respectively.