Kennedy cruises to Dickies British Supersport pole!

Jack Kennedy continued his imperious form aboard the Integro Yamaha, cruising to pole position in the Dickies British Supersport class. With the session getting underway around a completely dry Oulton Park circuit, it was Mason Law on the ABM Quattro Racing GP2 machine who led the early flying laps but with 20 minutes to go Kennedy had soon moved to the top of the standings.

Maintaining that position for the remainder of the session, the series leader was able to continue improving his pace; dipping under the lap record and breaking into the 1:36 minute lap. It was an action packed session behind Kennedy however as his team mate Brad Jones, Alastair Seeley, Kyle Ryde and Law traded places throughout as the vied for the best grid slot. Seeley was eventually able to secure second place ahead of the leading GP2 machine of Ryde. Law heads the second row where he is joined by Jones and Richard Kerr.

 

Dickies British Supersport Championship and British GP2 Cup, Qualifying, Oulton Park

  1. Jack Kennedy (Integro Yamaha)
  2. Alastair Seeley (EHA Racing) +0.422s
  3. Kyle Ryde (Kovara Orojects by RS Racing GP2) +0.533s
  4. Mason Law (ABM Quattro Racing GP2) +0.975s
  5. Brad Jones (Integro Yamaha) +1.043s
  6. Richard Kerr (Campbell Motor Sport Triumph) +1.973s

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