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Aug 18, 2019

British Superbike: Race One And Race Two Results From Cadwell Park (Updated Again)

Danny Buchan (83) leads Josh Brookes (25) and Tommy Bridewell (46) in Race One at Cadwell Park. Photo by Jamie Morris/BritishSuperbike.com

Editor's Note: American Brandon Paasch qualified third (0.654-second off pole) but DNF both HEL Performance British Motostar/Moto3 Championship races at Cadwell Park, highsiding on lap two of 12-lap Race One on Saturday. He was second-quickest in the Sunday-morning warm-up session (0.377-second behind first). But Paasch completed just one lap of Race Two, telling Roadracingworld.com, "Crashed out coming through the pack. Ran onto the back of someone. More or less I'm OK, just beat up."


Bennetts British Superbike Championship

Cadwell Park, England

August 18, 2019

Race One Results (all on Pirelli tires):

1. Danny Buchan, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), 18 laps, 26:16.459, 89.6 mph, best lap 1:26.959

2. Josh Brookes, Australia (Duc Panigale V4 R), -1.047 seconds, 1:27.034

3. Tommy Bridewell, UK (Duc Panigale V4 R), -1.871, 1:26.922

4. Scott Redding, UK (Duc Panigale V4 R), -9.237, 1:26.513

5. Peter Hickman, UK (BMW S1000RR), -10.982, 1:27.205

6. Christian Iddon, UK (BMW S1000RR), -16.291, 1:27.344

7. Jason O'Halloran, Australia (Yam YZF-R1), -17.050, 1:27.707

8. Glenn Irwin, UK (BMW S1000RR), -17.295, 1:27.693

9. Andrew Irwin, UK (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -20.350, 1:27.964

10. Ryan Vickers, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), -23.380, 1:27.965

11. Luke Stapleford, UK (Suz GSX-R1000), -28.348, 1:27.863

12. Gino Rea, UK (MV Agusta F4 1000), -28.522, 1:28.077

13. Tarran Mackenzie, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -34.650, 1:28.608

14. Xavi Fores, Spain (Hon CBR1000RR), -35.553, 1:28.672

15. Dean Harrison, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), -37.188, 1:28.587

16. Hector Barbera, Spain (Kaw ZX-10RR), -37.345, 1:28.508

17. Matt Truelove, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -40.546, 1:28.844

18. Billy McConnell, Australia (Suz GSX-R1000), -45.326, 1:29.231 (10-second jump start penalty)

19. Sam Coventry, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), -49.408, 1:29.231

20. Josh Elliott, UK (Suz GSX-R1000), -49.821, 1:28.894

21. Ben Currie, Australia (Kaw ZX-10RR), -50.093, 1:28.866

22. Joe Francis, UK (BMW S1000RR), -55.335, 1:29.346

23. David Allingham, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -62.856, 1:29.238

24. Shaun Winfield, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -68.858, 1:29.524

25. Fraser Rogers, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), -10 laps, DNF, 1:30.528

26. Dean Hipwell, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), -12 laps, DNF, 1:30.381

27. Dan Linfoot, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -16 laps, DNF, 1:27.575

28. Bradley Ray, UK (Suz GSX-R1000), -18 laps, DNF.


Bennetts British Superbike Championship

Cadwell Park, England

August 18, 2019

Race Two Results (all on Pirelli tires):

1. Josh Brookes, Australia (Duc Panigale V4 R), 18 laps, 26:10,925, best lap 1:26.702

2. Tommy Bridewell, UK (Duc Panigale V4 R), -0.476 seconds, 1:26.581

3. Danny Buchan, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), -3.002, 1:26.704

4. Christian Iddon, UK (BMW S1000RR), -14.216, 1:26.977

5. Peter Hickman, UK (BMW S1000RR), -14.520, 1:27.114

6. Glenn Irwin, UK (BMW S1000RR), -22.427, 1:27.657

7. Ryan Vickers, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), -24.916, 1:27.794

8. Luke Stapleford, UK (Suz GSX-R1000), -32.300, 1:27.736

9. Xavi Fores, Spain (Hon CBR1000RR), -34.591, 1:28.453

10. Billy McConnell, Australia (Suz GSX-R1000), -34.889, 1:28.206

11. Hector Barbera, Spain (Kaw ZX-10RR), -35.188, 1:28.142

12. Tarran Mackenzie, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -39.971, 1:28.314

13. Dean Harrison, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), -42.340, 1:28.573

14. Jason O'Halloran, Australia (Yam YZF-R1), -49.282, 1:28.464

15. Dan Linfoot, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -50.995, 1:27.792

16. Josh Elliott, UK (Suz GSX-R1000), -52.553, 1:28.757

17. Sam Coventry, UK (Kaw ZX-10RR), -53.403, 1:28.916

18. David Allingham, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -53.586, 1:29.062

19. Ben Currie, Australia (Kaw ZX-10RR), -55.183, 1:28.676

20. Matt Truelove, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -60.918, 1:29.140

21. Shaun Winfield, UK (Yam YZF-R1), -80.239, 1:29.472

22. Bradley Ray, UK (Suz GSX-R1000), -1 lap, DNF, 1:28.154

23. Gino Rea, UK (MV Agusta F4 1000), -13 laps, DNF, 1:28.725

24. Joe Francis, UK (BMW S1000RR), -14 laps, DNF, 1:29.497

25. Andrew Irwin, UK (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -17 laps, DNF, Crash

26. Scott Redding, UK (Duc Panigale V4 R), -17 laps, DNF, Crash


More, from a press release issued by Motorsport Vision Racing:

Josh Brookes claimed the Monster Energy King of the Mountain title at Cadwell Park by winning the second Bennetts British Superbike Championship race of the weekend in Lincolnshire and put himself back at the top of the standings ahead of Oulton Park.

In the opening race of the day Brookes launched off the pole position into the lead on the opening lap from Danny Buchan, Jason O'Halloran and Tommy Bridewell. However, Oxford Racing Ducati’s Bridewell was instantly trying to make a move and dived ahead of O’Halloran on lap three.

Buchan was all over Brookes, but it wasn’t until the eleventh lap that he could make a move, which he did at Mansfield to snatch the lead. The FS-3 Racing Kawasaki rider continued to try to break away from the chasing Ducatis of Brookes and Bridewell, and at the chequered flag he managed to edge a gap of 1.047s.

Brookes kept Bridewell at bay as Scott Redding missed out on a debut podium at Cadwell Park. The Be Wiser Ducati rider was able to carve his way up through the field in a hard-fought race, running tenth over the opening laps before scoring a strong fourth place.

Peter Hickman had been chasing down Redding; the pair able to take advantage of a mistake from Christian Iddon who had been running fourth, but ran off track on the final lap and managed to salvage sixth place.

O’Halloran was seventh as he held off the second Tyco BMW of Glenn Irwin, who led his brother Andrew to the chequered flag.

Ryan Vickers completed the top 10 for the RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki team ahead of Luke Stapleford and Gino Rea, who impressed on his debut with Bike Devil Sweda MV Agusta.

In race two Bridewell got off to a flying start, firing the Oxford Racing Ducati to the front of the pack ahead of Brookes and Buchan, with the BMWs of Hickman and Iddon in close pursuit.

The drama started early in the race, with Andrew Irwin colliding with Redding on the second lap, sending them both crashing out of the race. The Honda Racing rider was penalised with two penalty points for contact causing a crash which means, having reached a cumulative five penalty points, he will start from the back of the grid for the next race at Oulton Park.

At the front Bridewell was holding the lead until Brookes made a decisive move at Park corner on lap 12 and then he kept his rival at bay until the chequered flag with Buchan claiming another podium finish. The results mean that Brookes, Bridewell and Redding are now confirmed Title Fighters in the Showdown.

Iddon moved to within 21 points of the Showdown with a fourth place for Tyco BMW, holding off Hickman in the closing stages of the race with Glenn Irwin taking his best result of the season on the second Tyco BMW in sixth.

Ryan Vickers was seventh for the RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki team to claim his best result of his rookie season ahead of Luke Stapleford and Xavi Forés with Billy McConnell completing the top 10 on his stand-in appearance for OMG Racing Suzuki.

Bennetts British Superbike Championship, Cadwell Park, Race 1 result:

  1. 1. Danny Buchan (FS-3 Racing Kawasaki)
  2. 2. Josh Brookes (Be Wiser Ducati) +1.047s
  3. 3. Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Racing Ducati) +1.871s
  4. 4. Scott Redding (Be Wiser Ducati) +9.237s
  5. 5. Peter Hickman (Smiths Racing BMW) +10.982s
  6. 6. Christian Iddon (Tyco BMW) +16.291s
  7. 7. Jason O'Halloran (McAMS Yamaha) +17.050s
  8. 8. Glenn Irwin (Tyco BMW) +17.295s
  9. 9. Andrew Irwin (Honda Racing) +20.350s
  10. 10. Ryan Vickers (RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki) +23.380s

Bennetts British Superbike Championship, Cadwell Park, Race 2 result:

  1. 1. Josh Brookes (Be Wiser Ducati)
  2. 2. Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Racing Ducati) +0.476
  3. 3. Danny Buchan (FS-3 Racing Kawasaki) +3.002s
  4. 4. Christian Iddon (Tyco BMW) +14.216s
  5. 5. Peter Hickman (Smiths Racing BMW) +14.520s
  6. 6. Glenn Irwin (Tyco BMW) +22.427s
  7. 7. Ryan Vickers (RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki) +24.916s
  8. 8. Luke Stapleford (Buildbase Suzuki) +32.300s
  9. 9. Xavi Forés (Honda Racing) +34.591s
  10. 10. Billy McConnell (OMG Racing Suzuki) +34.889s

Bennetts British Superbike Championship standings after Cadwell Park:

  1. 1. Josh Brookes (Be Wiser Ducati) 271
  2. 2. Scott Redding (Be Wiser Ducati) 259
  3. 3. Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Racing Ducati) 243
  4. 4. Danny Buchan (FS-3 Racing Kawasaki) 191
  5. 5. Tarran Mackenzie (McAMS Yamaha) 151
  6. 6. Andrew Irwin (Honda Racing) 146

For more information on the Bennetts British Superbike Championship visit www.britishsuperbike.com

More, from Britishsuperbike.com :

Buchan claims second victory of 2019 ahead of Brookes and Bridewell

Danny Buchan added to his Bennetts British Superbike Championship winning tally in the opening race of the day at Cadwell Park, fending off the fierce challenge from Josh Brookes and Tommy Bridewell to claim the victory.

Brookes had launched off the pole position into the lead on the opening lap from Buchan, Jason O'Halloran and Bridewell. However, the Oxford Racing Ducati rider was instantly trying to make a move and he dived ahead of O’Halloran on lap three to move ahead of the McAMS Yamaha contender.

Buchan was all over Brookes, but it wasn’t until the eleventh lap that he could make a move, which he did at Mansfield to snatch the lead. The FS-3 Racing Kawasaki rider continued to try and break the chasing Ducatis of Brookes and Bridewell, but at the chequered flag he managed to edge a gap of 1.047s.

Buchan said: “I’m over the moon. I got a really good start and without Bradley Ray on the grid that opened up a gap in front of me. I knew that I had good pace all weekend, and Josh had good pace, so I was in second just riding a reasonable race.

“I saw my gap was closing behind and I didn’t know who it was, and at that point I thought podium is what I need and the podium points for the Showdown. I then thought I can get past Josh and I felt quite comfortable and brought it home for a win - I think I spent that whole in lap just shouting in my crash helmet! That was a bit different to Knockhill because it was a hard-fought win.”

Brookes kept Bridewell at bay to move within three Podium Points of Scott Redding as the championship leader missed out on a debut podium at Cadwell Park. The Be Wiser Ducati rider was able to carve his way up through the field in a hard-fought race, running tenth over the opening laps before scoring a strong fourth place.

Peter Hickman had been chasing down Redding; the pair able to take advantage of a mistake from Christian Iddon who had been running fourth, but ran off track on the final lap and managed to salvage sixth place.

O’Halloran was seventh as he held off the second Tyco BMW of Glenn Irwin who led his brother Andrew to the chequered flag; the Honda Racing rider still holding on to sixth place in the standings with four races remaining before the Showdown.

Ryan Vickers completed the top ten for the RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki team ahead of Luke Stapleford and Gino Rea who impressed on his debut with Bike Devil Sweda MV Agusta.

Tarran Mackenzie held onto his positon in the Showdown after the opening race despite finishing 13th but is now just a single point ahead of Andrew Irwin, who holds a 12 point lead over Xavi Forés in seventh.

Bennetts British Superbike Championship, Cadwell Park, Race 1:

  1. 1. Danny Buchan (FS-3 Racing Kawasaki)
  2. 2. Josh Brookes (Be Wiser Ducati) +1.047s
  3. 3. Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Racing Ducati) +1.871s
  4. 4. Scott Redding (Be Wiser Ducati) +9.237s
  5. 5. Peter Hickman (Smiths Racing BMW) +10.982s
  6. 6. Christian Iddon (Tyco BMW) +16.291s
  7. 7. Jason O'Halloran (McAMS Yamaha) +17.050s
  8. 8. Glenn Irwin (Tyco BMW) +17.295s
  9. 9. Andrew Irwin (Honda Racing) +20.350s
  10. 10. Ryan Vickers (RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki) +23.380s

Bennetts British Superbike Championship standings after Cadwell Park, Race 1:

  1. 1. Scott Redding (Be Wiser Ducati) 259
  2. 2. Josh Brookes (Be Wiser Ducati) 246
  3. 3. Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Racing Ducati) 223
  4. 4. Danny Buchan (FS-3 Racing Kawasaki) 175
  5. 5. Tarran Mackenzie (McAMS Yamaha) 147
  6. 6. Andrew Irwin (Honda Racing) 146

The eighth round of the 2019 Bennetts British Superbike Championship took place at Cadwell Park on August 16/17/18 for more information and to book visit www.cadwellpark.co.uk

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