Linconshire racers make use of home advantage to shine at Cadwell Park
Lincolnshire riders were making full use of home advantage at the British Superbike Championship meeting at Cadwell Park.
The day got off to the perfect start with Lee Jackson, from Skellingthorpe taking his second win of the season to move up to third in the British Superstock 600 championships. The 16-year-old rode superbly to bring his Chris Walker Racing School Kawasaki home in first place. However, he wasn't carrying the flag for Lincolnshire alone.
British Superbike racer Alex Lowes, enjoyed a superb day at the rain-hit circuit with second and fourth place finishes to move into sixth place in the championship and in contention for a place in end-of-season Showdown.
The county was also represented in the British Supersport Championships, as Boston's Ben Wilson scorched to a sixth place. The Gearlink Kawasaki rider had good early battle with Yamaha rider Jack Kennedy before passing the man from Ireland on lap seven and holding sixth place to the chequered flag.
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In the Triumph Triple Challenge, Lincoln's Tom Hayward was also on form, scoring an impressive sixth place as the rain began to fall over the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Full reaction from all county riders and round up in Thursday's Echo.