Joe Collier took the win in the Superstock 1000 race after a back to back 16 lap race.
Joe Collier took home full points in the Superstock 1000 race after taking the win in both of the Superstock races.
In the first endurance race of the season, Joe Collier held off Farmer in the opening 16 lap race to take the win.
Former championship leader Billy McConnell crashed for the 2nd time in 2 races after sliding off his Buildbase Suzuki at turn 6.
Tom Neave took the early lead as he fought hammer and tounge with the Aussie, but a mechanical failure at Paddock Hill Bend saw Neave drop down the order.
In the final few laps the battle for the lead turned into a 4 bike train, on the final lap of the opening race Taylor Mackenzie, on his debut return to the class, crashed out after making the move on Tom Neave.
Joe Collier took the win in race 1 ahead of Farmer and Neave.
In the part 2 of the race, Joe Collier started the last 16 lapper from pole position courtesy of his race 1 win.
Tom Neave once again hit the front and lead the majority of the race.
Tyco BMW’S Keith Farmer tipped off at the same corner championship rival Billy McConnell did in part 1.
The final lap saw a battle between Joe Collier and Tom Neave with some incredible moves in the final few corners.
As the pair chucked it right for the final corner, Tom Neave tucked the front slamming him and his Suzuki into the air fence.
Joe Collier crossed the line in P1 ahead of OMG Suzuki’s Josh Elliott and Astro – JJR BMW Alex Olson.
Matt Truelove ended in 4th place ahead of Lee Jackson who started from last.
On his return to the championship, Sam Coventry scored himself a 6th place ahead of Bryan Starring.
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For full Race 2 results click here
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