07 - 09 AUG |

Kennedy bounces back from injury to take Brands Hatch Dickies British Supersport pole!

Reigning Dickies British Supersport Champion Jack Kennedy continued his impressive return from injury to take pole position ahead of the opening Sprint race later this afternoon. Swapping places with title rival Alastair Seeley throughout the session, the Integro Yamaha went back to the top with five minutes to go where he was able to hold on to take his fourth pole of the season.

Seeley eventually finished second ahead of Brad Jones. Kyle Ryde leads the GP2 class, fourth overall, ahead of Jamie Perrin and Harry Truelove.


Dickies British Supersport Championship and British GP2 Cup, Brands Hatch, Qualifying

  1. Jack Kennedy (Integro Yamaha) 1:27.684
  2. Alastair Seeley (EHA Racing Yamaha) +0.393s
  3. Brad Jones (Integro Yamaha) +0.438s
  4. Kyle Ryde (Kovara By RS Racing Kalex GP2) +0.991s
  5. Jamie Perrin (Nova Racing Transmissions/Go Racing Developments GP2) +1.171s
  6. Harry Truelove (Truelove Property & Construction Yamaha) +1.266s


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