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2019 Bennetts British Superbikes – Round 3 – Donington ParkBy R&G in Superbike on on 05 June 2019



 

The late May Bank Holiday weekend saw the Bennetts British Superbike paddock take the trip to Donington Park for round three of the 2019 season and it was another great weekend for our R&G-supported riders and teams.  

Tommy Bridewell and the Moto Rapido Ducati squad continue their assault on the 2019 Superbike title, taking two podium places on Sunday to sit second overall in the Championship standings. With Ben Currie out through injury, the Quattro Plant Kawasaki team drafted in MotoGP star Hector Barbera to deputise on the R&G-protected ZX-10RR, with the Spaniard impressing everyone with a run of top ten finishes.  

The Aero Knee Slider-sporting Brad Jones took another pair of Dickies British Supersport podium, where GP2 rider Thomas Strudwick also took his first podium of the season. In the Pirelli Superstock 1000 class, Eemeli Lahti continued to get to grips with the 1000cc machine, taking a brace of fourth places whilst fellow rookie Graeme Irwin secured his maiden championship point with a 15th place finish in Sunday’s race. In the Dickies British Junior Supersport class, Brody Crockford also took his first podium of the year with second place in the final race.

 

R&G Rookies Trophy

The public vote for the R&G Rookie of the Meeting for Donington Park saw you guys vote for debutant Bennetts British Superbike Championship race winner Scott Redding recevie most votes, his first nomination of the season. 

Once again, the 2019 R&G Rookies’ Trophy sees the top two rookies in each Championship class at the end of the season be put forward to a panel of judges, who’ll then pick the top three overall to receive a host of prizes from R&G, Pirelli and LS2 crash helmets.

After an action-packed weekend at Donington, the current top two in each class are as follows;

 

British Superbikes

Championship position

Rider

Points

1st

Scott Redding

115

5th

Xavi Fores

70

 

British Supersport

Championship position

Rider

Points

4th

Harry Truelove

58

10th

Bradley Perie

37

 

British Motostar

Championship position

Rider

Points

2nd

Scott Swann

36

4th  

Joshua Whatley

21

 

British Motostar Standard

Championship position

Rider

Points

3rd

Charlie Farrer

32

10th

Corey Tinker

11

 

Superstock 1000

Championship position

Rider

Points

4th

Lewis Rollo

56.5

6th

Eemeli Lahti

47.5

 

Superstock 600

Championship position

Rider

Points

1st

Shane Richardson

55

2nd

Aaron Clifford

52

 

Junior Supersport

Championship position

Rider

Points

1st

Trystan Finocchiaro

81

3rd

Adon Davie

50

 

Ducati TriOptions Cup

Championship position

Rider

Points

1st  

Josh Day

130

7th

Dean Brown

51

 

 
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