"“I was hoping to put on a show to remind people how good Supersport battles can be, me and Kyle certainly gave them that over the last two days. It was great to do that in front of such a big crowd and on this cracking track. After he got me yesterday I knew Kyle would be really hard to beat and thought it would come down to the last few laps.
It was hard to know whether I wanted to lead or follow to be honest but in the end it all came down to the final chicane again. I put in a big lunge, managed to get it stopped and nearly went down to be honest, before managing to hold on to the line! I felt so sick at the start of the weekend I’m really happy to log some more good points, and we’ll be looking to get the win at the first race at Donington and wrap up the series!""
""Obviously yesterday was a disaster but today I felt good in the early stages before the tyre went off a little and I have to be honest I had a bit of arm pump. I needed new leathers after yesterday’s crash and maybe they were a bit tight and needed bedding in. Big thanks to the team for getting the bike sorted after the off. We just keep racking up the points as you never know what might happen and I’m looking forward to Donington in a couple of weeks!""
"“What an exciting weekend of Supersport racing and we now have a third title, we just need to see which of the lads gets to wear the crown! Its been fascinating watching Jack and Kyle race each other this weekend and fair play to both of our riders putting it all on the line throughout. This place always produces cracking racing and again it didn’t disappoint, I can’t wait to watch it back on the TV when we get back to England.”"
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