Leon Jeacock and Anthony Moore had a mixed weekend at Oulton Park this weekend at round two of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship on the Specsavers Suzuki.

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Leon Jeacock riding the Specsavers Suzuki in the Bennetts British Superbike class had three strong finishes. He qualified for the opening race in 29th place and was able to finish in 28th place in the 11-lap race on Sunday.

For race two on Monday he started from 26th position and moved up a place to finish 25th. He started from 24th for the final race of the weekend and moved up to 20th during the race.

Leon Jeacock – “Overall it was a fantastic weekend, we have taken another really good step forwards as a whole and I have a good direction in how to continue moving forwards at the remaining rounds of the series.”

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Ant Moore continued to make progress throughout the weekend in the National Superstock 1000 class but he has been hampered all weekend by an injury. Despite qualifying for the race he opted to sit out the race on Sunday so not to make anything worse or cause himself or others an injury by racing out on track.

Ant Moore – “I struggled with a muscle injury that I picked up and if hampered me all weekend and got worse as the weekend went on. I decided to pull out of the race on Monday as I thought it would make it worse and possibly endanger other riders around me. I’m very much looking forward to Donington Park in a few weeks’ time.”

Team Manager – Ant Moore – “Oulton Park this weekend has been a success for the team and Leon on the Superbike. It started off steady on the Saturday for the practice sessions and worked on the set-up and confidence to lower the lap times as the day went on, without riding out of his comfort zone.

Leon went faster in every race and ended up with a 20th position finish in the final race of the weekend.”