Taylor Mackenzie took the final win of the season after successfully holding the advantage over Alex Olsen.
Taylor Mackenzie takes his first win in the final Superstock 1000 race of the year, but it wasn’t without a lot of drama during the 14 lap race.
Keith Farmer had a poor start which gave McConnell the upper hand but soon clawed his way back up to the front.
McConnell new he had to get ahead of Farmer but made a big mistake at Surtees leaving the Aussie on the floor. With McConnell out, Farmer hit the front but lost the front at Druids with a bitter end to a sweet year. Despite his fall Farmer took the championship by 10.5 points over McConnell.
Taylor Mackenzie at the front led a Bathams 1-2 but Olsen managed to find a way passed Rutter and promoted himself into 2nd and closed down Mackenzie but couldn’t find away passed the older Mackenzie brother.
A great way to end the 2018 season for Bathams BMW with both bikes on the podium, but all eyes are on the Tyco team as Farmer celebrates his 4th British title.
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