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Sunday, June 21 2015
Shane 'Shakey' Byrne strengthened his title defence by winning
the second MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship race at
Snetterton, scoring his first double victory of the season for the
PBM Kawasaki team in an incident-filled race two.
Byrne again had a flying start from the pole-position to lead
the pack into Riches for the first time with the Australian
contenders Josh Brookes, Jason O'Halloran and Broc Parkes in close
Ryuichi Kiyonari's disappointing weekend continued when he
crashed out of the second race at Agostini corner, the Japanese
rider was able to walk away and as the frantic opening laps
continued the rest of the pack continued to jostle for positions.
The Nissan GT-R Safety Car was then deployed when Taylor
Mackenzie's Team WD-40 Kawasaki engulfed in flames on the third
When the race resumed the leading quartet were scrapping to keep
the advantage and Chris Walker was pushing hard for the Be Wiser
Kawasaki team; he was holding fourth place until he crashed at
Riches on the sixth lap.
At the front Byrne was edging ahead as the pack continued to
tussle for the positions and O'Halloran was first to fight back,
making a move on Brookes at the Bombhole on the sixth lap, as his
fellow countryman experienced a problem that saw him drop down the
order. Brookes had dropped down behind James Ellison and his
team-mate Broc Parkes, but a resurgent Michael Laverty was also
throwing himself into the mix.
O'Halloran, Ellison, Laverty and Brookes then diced for second
place as Parkes dropped back down the order and Honda Racing's
O'Halloran was holding off Brookes, who had made his way back into
contention. However by the twelfth lap the Milwaukee Yamaha rider
moved back ahead at Nelsons.
Brookes held off O'Halloran to claim second place with the Tyco
BMW pairing of Laverty and Tommy Bridewell holding fourth and fifth
with Stuart Easton claiming sixth after making a move on Ellison in
the closing stages.
Filip Backlund, Christian Iddon and Dan Linfoot completed the
MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship,
Snetterton, race two result:
MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship standings