10 - 12 APR |

Kennedy holds the advantage as Dickies British Supersport hits Snetterton

Jack Kennedy arrives at Snetterton for the sixth round of the Dickies British Supersport Championship with a slender four point advantage in the overall standings as Alastair Seeley bids to regain the position at the top of the table.

A double win for Kennedy last time out at Knockhill put the defending champion back at the top with Seeley scoring no points in the Sprint race after he was collected in a crash from Sam Munro. Kennedy now heads to Norfolk feeling confident of another strong performance at a track where he secured the double win last year.

Kennedy said: “Doing the Donington wildcard was great for us as a team, I feel it kept us sharp in the break and brought me on racing with those boys. I’m looking forward to getting back on my British Supersport spec bike though as I feel more comfortable on it. I love Snetterton as a track, I did the double there last year and the weather is normally great so I’m excited to kick the weekend off on Friday morning.”

Seeley will be keen to replicated his winning form from Brands Hatch, as Brad Jones has been edging closer to claiming his first win of the season on the second of the Integro Yamahas. Ben Wilson had his strongest weekend of 2019 last time out with a pair of fourths and the Gearlink Kawasaki rider will be ready to come out fighting for the podium, but he holds just a two point advantage over Harry Truelove ahead of the next two races this weekend.

Dickies British Supersport Championship standings:

  1. Jack Kennedy (Integro Yamaha) 195
  2. Alastair Seeley (EHA Racing Yamaha) 191
  3. Brad Jones (Integro Yamaha) 172
  4. Ben Wilson (Gearlink Kawasaki) 93
  5. Harry Truelove (Truelove Property & Construction Yamaha) 91

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