Ryde takes Dickies British Supersport win in last lap thriller!

GP2 rider Kyle Ryde took a last lap victory in the Dickies British Supersport Sprint race, out dragging the Supersport machine of Jack Kennedy. Ryde leapt off the line to lead at the end of the opening lap ahead of Brad Jones, Eemeli Lahti and Kennedy but Jones made his move into the lead just one lap later. Disaster struck almost immediately though as the Integro Yamaha rider crashed out of contention.

At the half race stage, Kennedy made his move into the lead with Ryde staying in close contention. Separated by just 0.1s for the closing stages, Ryde set his fastest lap of the race on the penultimate circulation to close up. Making his move half way around the final lap, Kennedy struck straight back to lead out of the chicane but the fast charging Ryde was able to out drag him over the line.

Tom Toparis finished third on track, second in the Supersport category, ahead of Mason Law on the GP2 machine and Richard Kerr. Sam Wilford completed the GP2 podium in third, securing 12th overall.


Dickies British Supersport Championship, Assen, Sprint Race

  1. Kyle Ryde (Kovara Orojects by RS Racing GP2)
  2. Jack Kennedy (Integro Yamaha) +0.116s
  3. Tom Toparis (Beno Racing by Ten Kate Racing Projects Yamaha) +4.715
  4. Mason Law (ABM Quattro Racing GP2) +7.542s
  5. Richard Kerr (Campbell Motor Sport Triumph) +8.556a
  6. Rory Skinner (Watermans Team M5R Kawasaki) +9.797s


Dickies British Supersport Championship and British GP2 Cup Standings

  1. Jack Kennedy (Integro Yamaha) 395
  2. Brad Jones (Integro Yamaha) 333
  3. Alastair Seeley (EHA Racing) 297
  4. Richard Kerr (Campbell Motor Sport Triumph) 180
  5. Harry Truelove (Truelove Property & Construction Yamaha) 175
  6. Tom Oliver (SGR Racing Yamaha) 151

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