Tarran Mackenzie takes his third Bennetts British Superbike win of the season during race one at Snetterton.

2021 British Superbike, Snetterton - Race Results (1)
1Tarran MackenzieGBRMcAMS Ymaha12 Laps
2Tommy BridewellGBRMoto Rapido Ducati+0.069s
3Jason O'HalloranAUSMcAMS Ymaha+0.095s
4Josh BrookesAUSVisiontrack Ducati+0.559s
5Lee JacksonGBRFS-3 Racing Kawasaki+0.866s
6Ryan VickersGBRRAF Kawasaki+6.560s
7Peter HickmanGBRFHO Racing BMW+6.885s
8Rory SkinnerGBRFS-3 Racing Kawasaki+7.832s
9Bradley RayGBRRICH Energy OMG Racing BMW+9.969s
10Danny BuchanGBRSYNETIQ BMW Motorrad+14.732s
11Dan LinfootGBRTAG Racing Honda+17.276s
12Xavi ForesSPAFHO Racing BMW+19.181s
13Storm StaceyGBRTeam LKQ Kawasaki+19.248s
14Takumi TakahashiJAPHonda Racing UK+25.555s
15Joe FrancisGBRIforce BMW+28.237s
16Ryo MizunoJAPHonda Racing UK+33.878s
17Luke StaplefordGBRBuildbase Suzuki+33.935s
18Dean HarrisonGBRSilicone Racing Kawasaki+34.244s
19Kyle RydeGBRRICH Energy OMG Racing BMW+35.458s
20Bjorn EstmentSACatfoss Racing Suzuki+41.951s
21Brian McCormackIRLFHO Racing BMW+1:13.149s
22Gine ReaGBRBuildbase SuzukiDNF
23Andrew IrwinGBRSYNETIQ BMW MotorradDNF
24Glenn IrwinGBRHonda Racing UKDNF
25Christian IddonGBRVisiontrack DucatiDNF

After crashing with team-mate Josh Brookes in qualifying earlier today, things went from bad to worse for Christian Iddon as he fell at Oggies on lap one. 

After an impressive opening lap from pole, Glenn Irwin quickly came under pressure from McAMS Yamaha rider Mackenzie. 

The Scottish rider was able to close up on the Honda rider after finally getting the better of Andrew Irwin on lap one.

The race was then flipped on its head on lap five as Glenn Irwin crashed from the lead, while Gino Rea suffered the same fate when Andrew Irwin slowed up due to a mechanical issue - led to Rea hitting Lee Jackson. 

Avoiding all the action out front was championship leader Jason O’Halloran and team-mate Mackenzie. 

With four laps remaining, Mackenzie got back ahead of O’Halloran, while Tommy Bridewell was up to third. 

Mackenzie held on for victory, however, Bridewell managed to pip O’Halloran over the line, while Brookes was fourth and Jackson fifth.