Following a four-week summer break in the British Superbike calendar, Mar-Train Racing’s Jack Kennedy is raring to go as the Championship resumes this weekend at Brands Hatch circuit in Kent.
After a well-deserved, relaxing family holiday the reigning British Supersport Champion is fighting fit and ready to get back to business for Round 5 of the British Supersport Championship.
The Dubliner heads into Brands Hatch with a 64-point advantage over Colin Appleyard’s, Harry Truelove and is focused on putting in a strong performance this weekend with the aim of widening the points margin at the top of the championship standings.
Practice for Round five takes place on Friday 22nd July, with the first Quattro Plant race on Saturday evening at 17.00 and race two is on Sunday at 15.40.
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