Backmarkers decided the result in the second race at Mallory Park as Gregorio Lavilla was able to take the win from Leon Haslam and Ryuichi Kiyonari.
Kiyonari had led early on but lost out to Lavilla and Haslam. The trio were still close enough for any rider to win until they came across a group of battling backmarkers with just one lap to go. Lavilla was able to scythe through the pack, as did Haslam, but Kiyonari was effectively blocked, denying him a chance to challenge for second on the final lap. To see the full results, click here.
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Race one saw Kiyonari take victory by two seconds from Leon Haslam as he broke away from the chasing riders, relaxing at the end and allowing Haslam to close as he encountered backmarkers.
Championship leader Gregorio Lavilla took third place to maintain his record of a podium in every race, with Shane Byrne fourth from the Hondas of Michael Laverty, Michael Rutter and Karl Harris. Jonathan Rea would have been in contention but for a mistake and crash on lap 20, joining Billy McConnell, Jon Kirkham, Kieran Clarke, James Buckingham, Glen Richards and Steve Plater in the retirements list. To see the full list of results, click here.
Cal Crutchlow took the win in the British Supersport race at Mallory Park from Northpoint-Ekerold team-mate Leon Camier. Tom Sykes took third on the TAS Suzuki from Dennis Hobbs, Simon Andrews, and Pere Riba. To see the full list of results, click here.