Lee Jackson is a British Superbike race winner after getting the higher of Tommy Bridewell and Bradley Ray in race three at Oulton Park.
|2022 British Superbike Oulton Park – Race Results (3)|
|1||Lee Jackson||GBR||FS-3 Racing Kawasaki||18 laps|
|2||Tommy Bridewell||GBR||Oxford Products Racing Ducati||+2.909s|
|3||Bradley Ray||GBR||RICH Energy OMG Racing Yamaha||+3.036s|
|4||Rory Skinner||GBR||FS-3 Racing Kawasaki||+5.596s|
|5||Leon Haslam||GBR||Visiontrack Kawasaki||+5.841s|
|6||Jason O’Halloran||AUS||McAMS Yamaha||+6.741s|
|7||Glenn Irwin||GBR||Honda Racing UK||+9.594s|
|8||Josh Brookes||AUS||MCE Ducati||+9.762s|
|9||Peter Hickman||GBR||FHO Racing BMW||+9.897s|
|10||Kyle Ryde||GBR||RICH Energy OMG Racing Yamaha||+13.468s|
|11||Tom Sykes||GBR||MCE Ducati||+15.968s|
|12||Storm Stacey||GBR||Team LKQ Euro Parts Kawasaki||+16.314s|
|13||Danny Buchan||GBR||SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad||+25.179s|
|14||Christian Iddon||GBR||Buildbase Suzuki||+27.423s|
|15||Dan Linfoot||GBR||IForce BMW||+34.000s|
|16||Dean Harrison||GBR||DAO Racing Kawasaki||+34.264s|
|17||Takumi Takahashi||JAP||Honda Racing UK||+40.631s|
|18||Josh Owens||GBR||CDH Racing Kawasaki||+41.193s|
|19||Dan Jones||GBR||Iforce BMW||+48.230s|
|20||Leon Jeacock||GBR||Specsavers Suzuki||+53.924s|
|21||Ryo Mizuno||JAP||Honda Racing UK||+55.982s|
|22||Luke Hopkins||GBR||Black Onyx Security Honda||+56.484s|
|23||Danny Kent||GBR||Buildbase Suzuki||DNF|
|24||Bjorn Estment||SA||Powerslide Catfoss Suzuki||DNF|
|25||Andrew Irwin||GBR||SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad||DNF|
|26||Chrissy Rouse||GBR||Crowe Performance BMW||DNF|
|27||Ryan Vickers||GBR||FHO Racing BMW with Attis Sports||DNF|
|28||Tom Neave||GBR||Honda Racing UK||DNF|
|28||Liam Delves||GBR||CDH Racing Kawasaki||DNF|
Disaster struck for FHO Racing BMW rider Ryan Vickers earlier than lights out as he pulled into pit lane after the formation lap – Leon Haslam was seen instructing the BMW man to tug off-track after smoke appeared.
At the entrance, Kyle Ryde took the lead for the primary time at the moment from team-mate Bradley Ray, nevertheless, the double Oulton Park winner responded with an excellent transfer into flip 5.
Vickers did ultimately get underway earlier than as soon as once more pulling off-track after smoke from the rear of his M 1000 RR intensified.
For the second time in as many races the Safety Car was deployed following a nasty crash on lap one (flip one) for Tom Neave.
Lap three and the Safety Car pulled by which launched Ray and Ryde forward of the FS-3 Kawasaki duo.
Like Neave, one other terrible highside occurred at flip one, this time it was Andrew Irwin who crashed for the second time at the moment. The SYQNEITQ BMW rider appeared very winded earlier than slowly making his method to the facet of the circuit.
With a transparent monitor in entrance of him, Ray bolted away from Ryde to the tune of over a second on lap 5.
Ryde misplaced second and third to Jackson and Tommy Bridewell at the beginning of lap six, as arm pump points seemed to be haunting the Yamaha rider but once more.
Despite Jackson and Bridewell pushing on the tempo, each riders had been proving no match for Ray who was over 2.5s clear. Looking to make up for race two, Bridewell made his well past Jackson for P2 on lap eight.
Ryde’s struggles continued as Skinner bought by way of for fifth on lap 9. That then grew to become seventh for the Rich Energy OMG Racing rider as Jason O’Halloran took benefit of Ryde’s bodily situation (lap ten).
Just when it appeared Ray was a shoo-in for a hat-trick of wins, Bridewell started to quickly shut in on the Yamaha rider.
Lap 12 was a major one as Bridewell, who was already closing to the tune of half a second a lap, introduced his Panigale V4 R proper onto the again of Ray.
A transfer for the lead then occurred on lap 14 as Bridewell used the Ducati’s prime velocity to get forward on the back-straight. Ray was visibly struggling for grip, and though he seemed to reply, Jackson pounced on Ray for P2.
That wasn’t it because the lead modified once more on lap 15 when Jackson put a really sturdy transfer on Bridewell at flip 5. After gapping the 2 behind, Jackson managed the tempo all over to the flag, whereas the Bridewell got here dwelling simply forward of Ray.
Official British Superbike Oulton Park Records
Oulton Park BSB Lap Record – Bradley Ray Rich Energy OMG Racing Yamaha 1:33.620s
2022 Oulton Park BSB Winners
Race One: Bradley Ray (Rich Energy OMG Racing Yamaha)
Race Two: Bradley Ray (Rich Energy OMG Racing Yamaha)
2021 Oulton Park BSB Winners
Race One: Jason O’Halloran (McAMS Yamaha)
Race Two: Jason O’Halloran (McAMS Yamaha)
Race Three: Jason O’Halloran (McAMS Yamaha)
Round 9 (The Showdown):
Race One: Jason O’Halloran (McAMS) Yamaha
Race Two: Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Products Racing Ducati)
Race Three: Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Products Racing Ducati
Bradley Ray completes dominant Oulton British Superbike double
|2022 British Superbike Oulton Park – Race Results (2)|
|1||Bradley Ray||GBR||RICH Energy OMG Racing Yamaha||18 Laps|
|2||Lee Jackson||GBR||FS-3 Racing Kawasaki||+0.585s|
|3||Leon Haslam||GBR||Visiontrack Kawasaki||+3.389s|
|4||Kyle Ryde||GBR||RICH Energy OMG Racing Yamaha||+3.528s|
|5||Rory Skinner||GBR||FS-3 Racing Kawasaki||+3.830s|
|6||Jason O’Halloran||AUS||McAMS Yamaha||+7.651s|
|7||Christian Iddon||GBR||Buildbase Suzuki||+7.799s|
|8||Peter Hickman||GBR||FHO Racing BMW||+8.252s|
|9||Glenn Irwin||GBR||Honda Racing UK||+10.001s|
|10||Josh Brookes||AUS||MCE Ducati||+10.908s|
|11||Danny Buchan||GBR||SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad||+11.440s|
|12||Ryan Vickers||GBR||FHO Racing BMW with Attis Sports||+11.985s|
|13||Tom Sykes||GBR||MCE Ducati||+13.299s|
|14||Storm Stacey||GBR||Team LKQ Euro Parts Kawasaki||+13.508s|
|15||Tom Neave||GBR||Honda Racing UK||+13.588s|
|16||Chrissy Rouse||GBR||Crowe Performance BMW||+19.073s|
|17||Dean Harrison||GBR||DAO Racing Kawasaki||+19.414s|
|18||Josh Owens||GBR||CDH Racing Kawasaki||+19.530s|
|19||Danny Kent||GBR||Buildbase Suzuki||+24.194s|
|20||Dan Linfoot||GBR||IForce BMW||+24.261s|
|21||Takumi Takahashi||JAP||Honda Racing UK||+26.609s|
|22||Ryo Mizuno||JAP||Honda Racing UK||+31.131s|
|23||Dan Jones||GBR||Iforce BMW||+31.263s|
|24||Luke Hopkins||GBR||Black Onyx Security Honda||+31.310s|
|25||Leon Jeacock||GBR||Specsavers Suzuki||+50.384s|
|26||Liam Delves||GBR||CDH Racing Kawasaki||DNF|
|27||Luke Mossey||GBR||TAG Racing Honda||DNF|
|28||Bjorn Estment||SA||Powerslide Catfoss Suzuki||DNF|
|28||Tommy Bridewell||GBR||Oxford Products Racing Ducati||DNF|
|30||Andrew Irwin||GBR||SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad||DNF|
After main all-but one lap throughout race one on Sunday, Ray managed to steer the complete approach in race two after ranging from pole.
While Ray stored the lead after getting one other gorgeous launch, the Yamaha rider wasn’t alone in making begin as team-mate Ryde remained second. Skinner was the one rider on the entrance row to lose a spot after team-mate Jackson bought by way of into flip one.
A Safety Car simply after mid-race distance introduced the sphere nearer collectively following Luke Mossey’s huge shunt in sector 4, nevertheless, it had no bearing on Ray as he instantly gapped the chasing pack on the restart.
While Ray pulled clear to the tune of two seconds, his team-mate started to wrestle with arm pump as Jackson was first to take benefit.
A superb finish to the race noticed Leon Haslam acquire fourth off Skinner, earlier than turning that into P3 on the ultimate lap as he too bought by way of on Ryde.
Skinner remained a detailed fifth, whereas pre-race podium favorite Bridewell was the large title to crash out. The Ducati rider misplaced the entrance on the ultimate nook while battling Skinner, however lined-up fourth for race three.