2022 british superbikes cadwell park- race results (3)

Results from race three, round seven of the 2022 Bennetts Superbike Championship at Cadwell Park.

Danny Buchan put on a repeat performance to win by an even greater margin, with Bradley ray once again behind with Tommy Bridewell completing the same podium trio in race three  at Cadwell Park, round seven on the championship.

Danny Buchan once again got the better of the polesitter early to get out front and dominate race three at the Lincolnshire track.

The SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad rider once again got a strong start and took over from pole man Ray on the first lap and gave a masterclass of how to rider the twisty track and mountain session, this time leading over the line by 1.864s.

    After becoming the seventh different winner of the season earlier in the day, Danny Buchan continued his comeback and charge for a Showdown place. His second win of the day was also BMw’s second of the season and the sixth of his BSB career.

    Ray was once again in touch on the Rich Energy OMG Yamaha, still succeeding when the manufacturer did not dominate this weekend as they have previous race meets. Second brings up his 16th rostrum visit of the year and more valuable podium points.

    Tommy Bridewell was once again third for Oxford Products Ducati as he was dropped by the pair ahead before Buchan turned up the pace and Ray seemed happy to sit in behind.

     
          British Superbikes Cadwell PArk – Race Results (3)  
    Pos Rider Nat Team Time
    1 Danny Buchan GBR SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad 25m 59.505s
    2 Bradley Ray GBR RICH Energy OMG Racing Yamaha +1.864s
    3 Tommy Bridewell GBR Oxford Products Racing Ducati +3.628s
    4 Leon Haslam GBR Visiontrack Kawasaki +11.854s
    5 Rory Skinner GBR FS-3 Racing Kawasaki +11.999s
    6 Peter Hickman GBR FHO Racing BMW +12.362s
    7 Andrew Irwin GBR SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad +13.023s
    8 Glenn Irwin GBR Honda Racing UK +13.928s
    9 Jason O’Halloran AUS McAMS Yamaha +14.773s
    10 Tarran Mackenzie GBR McAMS Yamaha +14.962s
    11 Josh Brookes AUS MCE Ducati +15.801s
    12 Lee Jackson GBR FS-3 Racing Kawasaki +23.097s
    13 Ryan Vickers GBR FHO Racing BMW with Attis Sports +24.443s
    14 Danny Kent GBR Buildbase Suzuki +24.886s
    15 Takumi Takahashi JAP Honda Racing UK +25.173s
    16 Kyle Ryde GBR RICH Energy OMG Racing Yamaha +25.636s
    17 Storm Stacey GBR Team LKQ Euro Parts Kawasaki +26.636s
    18 Dean Harrison GBR DAO Racing Kawasaki +31.713s
    19 Tom Neave GBR Honda Racing UK +39.817s
    20 Tom Sykes GBR MCE Ducati +39.068s
    21 Ryo Mizuno JAP Honda Racing UK +46.322s
    22 Luke Hopkins GBR Black Onyx Security Honda +50.329s
    23 James East GBR Kawasaki – NP Racing +59.257s
    24 Leon Jeacock GBR Specsavers Suzuki 7 laps
    25 Chrissy Rouse GBR Crowe Performance BMW 8 laps
    26 Christian Iddon GBR Buildbase Suzuki 14 laps
           

    The group behind were hard at battle again with Leon Haslam making his move for the front count again for his second fourth of the day for VisionTrack Kawasaki.

    Rory Skinner was fifth again too, after moving up the inside of Haslam earlier in the race. Keeping Andrew Irwin behind before Peter Hickman passed him late in the race, fifth was enough to see the Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Kawasaki rider become the third rider confirmed for the showdown.

    After a race filled with moves on each other Peter Hickman bounced back from dropping to ninth on the first lap to set the fastest lap of the race and bite back for sixth. SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad rider Irwintook the chequered flag seventh.

    Glenn Irwin bridged the gap to his brother but couldn’t find a way through so finished eighth as top Honda.

    Jason O’Halloran once again dropped through the field like a stone, ninth at the line, just ahead of his McAMS team-mate, reigning champion Tarran Mackenzie, who made up seven positions on his grid placing for a top ten finish at a track he does not favour.

    Josh Brookes was a much improved eleventh for MCE Ducati.

    A weekend to forget for Lee Jackson

    Local rider Lee Jackson continued his meet of ups and downs. Following his crash in race one and comeback from 27th to 14th in race two, The Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Kawasaki rider made a jump start in race three, resulting in a ten second penalty being added to his time.

    On track Jackson was at the back of the group that were fighting for fourth, just behind Irwin who finished eighth, but with the penalty added he finished twelfth, having looked assured to make it to the showdown this weekend after a solid season.

    Race One (sprint) result:

    1: Bradley Ray

    2: Rory Skinner

    3: Danny Buchan

    Race Two:

    1: Danny Buchan

    2: Bradley Ray

    3: Tommy Bridewell

    2021 at Cadwell Park

    Race One (sprint): Peter Hickman

    Race Two: Peter Hickman

    Race Three: Jason O’Halloran

    Round Six (Thruxton)

    Race One (sprint): Jason O’Halloran

    Race Two: Jason O’Halloran

    Race Three: Tarran Mackenzie

    The final points on offer went to Ryan Vickers (FHO Racing BMW with Attis Sports) in 13th , Danny Kent (Buildbase Suzuki) in 14th and Takumi Takahashi (Honda Racing) in 15th .

    Kyle Ryde was out of the points in 16th on the second Rich Energy OMG Yamaha, after a poor run of form he remains eighth overall, but he now has just a 14 point advantage over race winner Danny Buchan.

    Tom Neave ran over the grass right at the start of the race, he finished 19th for Honda Racing.

    Leon Jeacock, Chrissy Rouse and Christian Iddon all crashed out over the course of the 18 laps.

    Championship standings after race three

    Bradley Ray now leads overall with 372 points, with Jason O’Halloran now second with 359. The Australian remains ahead on podium points despite not picking any up at Cadwell Park while Ray bridged the gap with a win and two second places – O’Halloran has 48 and Ray two less.

    Rory Skinner remains third but now guaranteed a seat in the Showdown. Team-mate Lee Jackson will have to wait until Snetterton after his off form weekend.

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