Moto1 final points standings:
1 David Knight 121, 2 Ady Smith 96, 3 Wayne Braybrook 77, 4 David Campbell 75, 5 Leighton Haigh 70, 6 Tom Sykes 63, 7 Sam Connor 61, 8 Graham Jarvis 60, 9 Juan Knight 59, 10 Danny Smyth 51.
Trials: Winner - Graham Jarvis. Saturday: 1 Sam Connor, 2 Graham Jarvis, 3 Wayne Braybrook. Sunday: 1 Jarvis, 2 Connor, 3 David Knight.
Motocross: Winner - David Knight. Saturday: 1 David Knight, 2 Danny Smyth, 3 Ady Smith. Sunday: 1 David Campbell, 2 Knight, 3 Smith.
Supermoto: Winner - Leighton Haigh. Saturday: 1 Leighton Haigh, 2 Knight, 3 Smith. Sunday: 1 Haigh, 2 Knight, 3 Smith.
Road Racing: Winner - Tom Sykes. Saturday: 1 Tom Sykes, 2 Craig Jones, 3 Michael Laverty. Sunday: 1 Sykes, 2 Dean Ellison, 3 Jones.
World Enduro Championship runner-up David Knight took the honours in the first ever Moto1 event at Donington Park at the weekend.
The event took 24 riders from all disciplines of bike racing an pitched them against each other over eight stages in four different racing disciplines including road racing, trials, motocross and supermoto.
Knight dominated the event from the off, taking a total of one win and three second places across the eight rounds. He struggled to keep up with the front-runners in the road racing but put in a good show on the trials course and wrapped up the event in the MX and supermoto stages.
Enduro and supermoto rider Ady Smith was the only man to seriously challenge Knights lead but in the end finished the event 25 points behind.
Supermoto star Leighton Haigh won both of the supermoto races to take fifth place overall and British Supersport rider Tom Sykes was double victor in the road racing to end the Moto1 weekend in sixth place.
Pre-event favourite and 2004 British supersport champion Karl Harris finished the competition a lowly 22nd, third from last.
If you didn’t get a chance to see the action live then grab a beer and sit down in front of the telly on November 17 for all the best highlights on Sky Sports at 5pm.
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