Crash.net:
How does it feel to take your second win in a row?

Broc Parkes:
Its awesome you know. We have worked really hard this year and I think we haven't really shown the results that we should have. Five weeks after Brands and we come to here and back it up with a win. The team is working good, the bike is great at the moment and I'm back to 95 per cent fitness after breaking my collar bone earlier in the year. It is great for us as it is our home race with the German team, so yes it is very good.

Crash.net:
How difficult has the weekend been with the weather and the track conditions?

BP:
I didn't race here last year because I got injured in Assen so it was a little bit of a gamble when we came here because the year before was quite good but we didn't really have a set-up for me. On Friday we had forty five minutes but in the rain it was just horrible. I was so happy it didn't rain on race day because I can say there would have been a lot more crashes than yesterday and it was just really dangerous. It dried out and all the races were good and it has been a good day.

Crash.net:
What did you make of your part-time team-mate, Tommy Hill?
BP:
Tommy is a great guy I think that Yamaha have decided not to put him in this squad for next year. I thought that he was going to come on, I like him. A lot of people mistake us two for looking similar and being similar, they keep talking about the twins! I was a bit upset not to have him in our team but he is a great rider and I think he is better suited to s Superbike anyway.

Crash.net:
Are you all signed up and ready to go with Yamaha next year?

BP:
I've got my contract in my hand at the moment! We did everything about two weeks ago. I sort of had a two year deal, the team trusted me a lot and hopefully next year we can get the job done.

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