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Rookies reign at Oulton Park as R&G podium run continues!By R&G in R&G News on on 09 May 2017


The third round of the MCE British Superbike Championship was another bountiful weekend of silverware for our R&G supported riders and teams with wins and podiums coming across the multiple classes in the paddock.

In the blue-riband Superbike class, the JG Speedfit Kawasaki duo of Leon Haslam continued their domination with the pairing securing second and third in qualifying before following it up with a win and a third in the opening race. It was also a strong weekend for the RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki of Jake Dixon, who qualified in sixth place before securing a top ten finish in race one.  Whilst disaster would strike Haslam in race two, seeing him crash out of a podium position, Glenn Irwin ensured the 100% run of podium finishes for R&G continued with a fantastic second place finish.

In the Dickies British Supersport class, Gearlink Kawasaki rider Andrew Irwin was able to qualify on the front row in second before backing it up with second in the opening race. The real highlight of the weekend however came in Monday’s Pirelli Superstock 1000 race where changeable conditions caught a number of the established stars out but demonstrating his natural talent, Stauff Connect Academy rider Mason Law defied his rookie status to claim his maiden win and the R&G Rookie of the Meeting award in the process. In a double celebration, fellow R&G supported rider Chrissy Rouse claimed second whilst rookie Jordan Weaving enjoyed his best finish in fifth. In the smaller 600cc class, Tom Oliver added to the silverware collection with third place.

Tom Booth-Amos’ domination of the Hel Performance British Motostar class continued with the young rider claiming pole position and the race victory to extend his lead at the top of the Championship standings, whilst Thomas Strudwick continued his podium run with two second places in the Standard class.

In the Ducati Performance TriOptions Cup, the Boast Plumbing Team secured pole position before cruising to both race victories whilst Phil Atkinson was able to claim third place in race two for the Highsparks Motorsport squad.

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