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BSB Final Weekend: Race Three Result

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Shane 'Shakey' Byrne - Photo Credit: Honda Racing

Shane 'Shakey' Byrne - Photo Credit: Honda Racing

2011 MCE British Superbike Championship with Pirelli & BSB-EVO

Final Round: Brands Hatch GP (Race Two Result)

Pos Rider Nat Bike Team Time/Gap
1 Shane Byrne GBR Honda HM Plant Honda 29:00.123
2 Tommy Hill GBR Yamaha Swan Yamaha +4.434
3 John Hopkins USA Suzuki Samsung Crescent Racing +4.440
4 James Ellison GBR Honda Team +4.679
5 Michael Laverty GBR Yamaha Swan Yamaha +4.782
6 Josh Brookes AUS Suzuki Relentless Suzuki by TAS +5.785
7 Michael Rutter GBR Ducati Rapid Solicitors-Bathams Ducati +12.253
8 Graeme Gowland (E) GBR Honda Team WFR +15.963
9 Peter Hickman GBR Honda Tyco Honda +16.130
10 James Westmoreland (N) GBR Honda Team WFR +42.203
11 Ryuichi Kiyonari JAP Honda HM Plant Honda +25.662
12 Tommy Bridewell GBR Yamaha Motorpoint Yamaha +28.891
13 Martin Jessopp GBR Ducati Rapid Solicitors-Bathams Ducati +34.558
14 Barry Burrell (E) GBR BMW Buildbase BMW Motorrad +37.276
15 Scott Smart (E) GBR Ducati Moto Rapido Ducati +38.163
16 Patric Muff (E) SWI Honda Tyco Honda +38.681
17 James Hillier (E) GBR Kawasaki Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing +56.580
18 Karl Harris (E) GBR Aprilia Splitlath Motorsport +56.614
19 Aaron Zanotti (E) GBR BMW Quattro Plant Spike Racing +1:26.380
Not Classified
Chris Walker GBR Kawasaki Pr1mo Racing +6 Laps
  Dan Linfoot GBR Honda Tyco Honda +8 Laps
  Dan Kneen (E) GBR Kawasaki Marks Bloom Racing +11 Laps
  Steve Heneghan (E) IRL Kawasaki PR Racing +12 Laps
Ian Lowry GBR Kawasaki MSS Colchester Kawasaki +14 Laps
  Jon Kirkham GBR Suzuki Samsung Crescent Racing +16 Laps
Non Starters
Glen Richards (E) AUS Honda Team WFR
Steve Mercer GBR Honda Jentin Racing Honda
Alex Lowes GBR Yamaha Motorpoint Yamaha
(E) – Evo Class (N) – 2012 Spec
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