LAVERTY Q 6th R1 13th/r2 DNF
Laverty and the Milwaukee Aprilia team walked away with just a handful of points after two tough races. Struggling with the bike in race one, he made a step forward on Sunday but had a lowside at Coppice.
CAMIER Q 10th R1 6th, R2 6th
While Camier was unable to repeat his solid top five results from last year, the MV Agusta star felt he couldn’t have done much better than the pair of sixth places he took from the weekend’s two races with the package they have.
STAPLEFORD Q 4th Race 4th
It was Stapleford’s time to shine in the Supersport class, with the former British Champion getting his new Profile Racing Triumph dialled in and getting the better of temporary teammate Jack Kennedy.
SMITH Q 8th Race 8th
The Team Lorini Honda man got his stalled season back on track with a solid eighth position. The 25-yearold clearly has the pace to run at the front and will be looking to build on his recent results next time out in Misano.
FRANCIS Q 7th Race 10th
Wildcard rider Joe Francis impressed for the Movuno Halsall Yamaha team in the Supersport class. The 19-year-old was fifth quickest in practice beating fellow Brits Kyle Ryde and Gino Rea.