Troy Corser has just managed to hold on to first place to take the win in the first race at Brands Hatch world superbikes.
The Australian rider started on pole and took the holeshot but Yamaha rider Noriyuki Haga was on his tail throughout the whole race.
The pair swapped positions countless times throughout the race and the final result was open right to the last lap where Corser managed to make his final move stick and held it to the line.
Regis Laconi took thrid place after spending most of the race trying to hold on to the back of the front two but not quite manageing to get close enough to do anything.
Chris Walker looked set to take fourth place but after several laps of close battles he finally lost out to Honda rider Chris Vermeulen and had to settle for fifth.
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See the updates below to get a blow by blow account of the race.
Final positions: Corser, Haga, Laconi, Vermeulen, Walker, Muggeridge, Pitt, Lanzi, Kagayama Neukirchner, Abe, Bostrom, Hobbs, Riba, Martin, Gimbert, Vizziello, Alfonsi, Clementi, Cardoso. DNF: Bussei, Nieto, Chili, Praia, Toseland, Nickmans, Velini, McCoy, Borciani.
Corser holds first to take the win and become joint second most winning rider in WSB behind Carl Fogarty and alongside Colin Edwards
Haga has a big moment but keeps on Corsers back
Last lap Corser has made the break and is holding first
Corser goes through at Clearways on lap 24 to take the lead
Vermeulen comes through againa dn makes it stick, Walker now in fifth
Lap 23 Vermeulen comes through but runs wide and Walker takes it back.
Lap 22 and Haga still has the lead, Vermeulen almost touched the back of Walker and looses a lot of time having to avoid him
Verneulen comes through but Walker takes it back then they go side by side through paddock
Vermeulen on the back of Walker, Haga now back in the lead
Laconi just off the back of the leading two but Walker now 3 seconds behind Laconi
Lap 18 and Corser and Haga are swapping positon corner by corner
Haga takes back the lead on lap 17 by blocking Corser going in to Paddock
Walker pulls away from Muggerdidge but is dropping off the back of Laconi
Chili retires on lap 15
Lap 14 positions: Coser Haga Laconi Walker Muggeridge Vermeulen Pitt Lanzi Kagayama
Walker goes through at the end of lap 13
Walker is milimeters off Muggeridge's back wheel pushing to get past for fourth
Corser and Haga start to stretch lead over Laconi on lap 12
Lap 9 positions: Coser Haga Laconi Muggeridge Walker Vermeulen Pitt Lanzi Kagayama Neukirchner Abe Martin Hobbs Riba Gimbert Bostrom Nieto Chili
Toseland puts his hand up and is touring round the track with a problem
Haga goes through to first at Paddock on lap 8, Walker back on to Muggeridge
Walker makes a mistake and is thrown out of the saddle dropping off the back of Muggeridge, still only 1 second down
Walker is on the back of Muggeridge and looking to get past
Laconi pushes Muggeridge out wide to take third
Haga retakes the lead
Brit wildcard Dennis Hobbs is in 11th
Toseland takes fastest lap, Haga takes the lead but runs wide and lets Corser back through
Walker takes Toseland for 5th
Corser takes back the lead while Regis Laconi tries to hunt down the front three
Haga takes the lead from Corser
Haga takes second from Muggeridge, Toseland and Walker clash it out
Lap 1: Corser Muggeridge Haga Laconi Walker Toseland Vermeulen Pitt
Toseland and Walker touched at Paddock Bend but they're still on
And they're off, with Corser taking the holeshot
Just waiting for the lights
The riders are off on the final warmup lap
Engines are on and the grid is clearing
The five minute horn has sounded
The bikes are lining up on the grid.