Hudson Kennaugh (seen here testing in Spain) will begin tomorrow's British supersport race from pole position
Brands Hatch British Supersport: Hudson Kennaugh to start from pole
05 April 2008 16:06
After a less than emphatic first day on practice, Hudson Kennaugh appears to have found a winning setup up jumping from 17th in the first free practice session from yesterday up to the front in the second qualifying period.
Kennaugh, who had a brief spell in British Superbikes with Virgin Yamaha this year, has put his Raceways Yamaha on pole for tomorrow’s race with a hugely impressive 1.32.802.
One man who has remained at the top of the time sheets for the entire weekend is Glen Richards – his first race weekend on the MAP Embassy Racing Triumph 675.
John McGuiness secured the third spot on the front row on his Padgetts Honda ahead of the surprise package of the weekend Chris Fitzpatrick, riding the BLDS Yamaha Cup bike, who is a Brands Hatch specialist and been at the sharp end of the times all weekend.
Brands Hatch British Supersport qualifying top 20 results:
1 Hudson Kennaugh Raceways Yamaha 1:29.077
2 Glen Richards Triumph MAP Embassy Racing 1:29.322
3 John McGuinness Padgetts Honda 1:29.509
4 Craig Fitzpatrick Yamaha BLDS Couriers 1:29.797
5 Chris Martin Gearlink Kawasaki 1:29.874
6 Steve Brogan HM Plant Honda 1:29.885
7 Dennis Hobbs Honda Centurion Racing 1:29.964
8 Ian Lowry Relentless Suzuki 1:30.206
9 Ian Hutchinson Yamaha AIM Racing 1:30.354
10 Paul Young Triumph MAP Embassy Racing 1:30.316
11 Sam Owens Honda Premier Motorsport 1:30.467
12 Midge Smart Yamaha Wylie and Holland Racing 1:30.569
13 James Westmorland Honda Centurion Racing 1:30.573
14 BJ Toal Virgin Media Yamaha 1:30.593
15 Joe Dickinson Trucklinks Yamaha 1:30.610
16 Ben Wylie Yamaha Wylie and Holland Racing 1:30.733
17 Patrick McDougall Yamaha Beowulf Racing 1:30.894
18 Marty Nutt Yamaha Nutt Travel 1:30.910
19 Steven Neate Gearlink Kawasaki 1:30.915
20 Aaron Walker Honda TJW Racing 1:31.032