Donington Park (National) – 26.05.2019

5TH / 7TH / DNF


11 PTS / 9 PTS / 0 PTS

2ND / 5TH / 4TH


20 PTS / 11 PTS / 13 PTS

20TH / DNF / DNF


0 PTS / 0 PTS / 0 PTS

1Josh BROOKESBe Wiser Ducati1:06.5501:06.5111:06.138--
2Jason O'HALLORANMcAMS Yamaha1:07.2221:06.9441:06.2240.0860.086
3Scott REDDINGBe Wiser Ducati1:06.5271:06.7271:06.3590.2210.135
4Tommy BRIDEWELLOxford Ducati1:07.4271:06.7831:06.4110.2730.052
5Keith FARMERTyco BMW1:06.8101:06.4751:07.0620.3370.064
6Tarran MACKENZIEMcAMS Yamaha1:06.9921:06.7991:06.4850.3470.010
7Luke STAPLEFORDBuildbase Suzuki1:07.2261:06.8961:06.4960.3580.011
8Luke MOSSEYOMG Suzuki1:06.7251:06.7921:06.6030.4650.107
9Christian IDDONTyco BMW1:07.2061:06.8781:06.6370.4990.034
10Andrew IRWINHonda Racing1:07.5811:07.3681:06.6540.5160.017
11Peter HICKMANSmiths BMW1:06.9121:06.8201:06.7330.5950.079
12Xavi FORESHonda Racing1:07.0351:06.9571:06.7700.6320.037
13Hector BARBERAJG Speedfit Kawasaki1:07.3951:06.7851:07.2630.6470.493
14Ryan VICKERSRAF Kawasaki1:08.1371:07.7411:06.8010.6630.016
15Josh ELLIOTTOMG Suzuki1:07.1961:07.2601:06.8470.7090.046
16Dan LINFOOTTAG Yamaha1:07.2151:07.2831:06.9320.7940.085
17Glenn IRWINJG Speedfit Kawasaki1:07.4281:07.2241:07.0140.8760.082
18Bradley RAYBuildbase Suzuki1:07.3781:07.0791:07.0200.8820.006
19Danny BUCHANFS-3 Kawasaki1:07.4741:07.1351:07.0510.9130.031
20Joe FRANCISLloyd & Jones BMW1:08.5041:07.7971:07.0800.9420.029
21James ELLISONSmiths BMW1:07.9311:07.9371:07.3261.1880.246
22Matt TRUELOVERaceways Yamaha1:08.0671:07.6741:07.4621.3240.136
23Claudio CORTITeam WD-401:08.4031:07.5021:07.4861.3480.024
24David ALLIGHAMEHA Yamaha1:08.4931:08.1661:07.5611.4230.075
25Dean HIPWELLCDH Racing Kawasaki1:09.1871:08.2551:08.0271.8890.466
26Sylvain BARRIERBrixx Ducati1:12.399-1:08.3262.1880.299
27Sam COVENTRYTeam 64 Kawasaki1:09.3561:08.8531:08.6312.4930.305
28Shaun WINFIELDTAG Yamaha1:08.9691:08.8441:10.2732.7060.213
1Josh BROOKESBe Wiser Ducati1:06.3921:06.0891:05.868-
2Scott REDDINGBe Wiser Ducati1:06.5211:06.3021:05.9400.072
3Jason O'HALLORANMcAMS Yamaha1:06.2961:05.9731:05.9810.113
4Tarran MACKENZIEMcAMS Yamaha1:06.5371:06.0681:05.9910.123
5Tommy BRIDEWELLOxford Ducati1:06.6791:06.1441:06.2010.333
6Luke MOSSEYOMG Suzuki1:06.6061:06.3321:06.2360.368
7Luke STAPLEFORDBuildbase Suzuki1:06.6821:06.3871:06.3010.433
8H‚ctor BARBERµJG Speedfit Kawasaki1:06.5731:06.4411:06.3980.530
9Dan LINFOOTTAG Yamaha1:06.6891:06.2321:06.4630.595
10Danny BUCHANFS-3 Kawasaki1:06.3311:06.4480.580
11Xavi FORESHonda Racing1:06.5091:06.4520.584
12Peter HICKMANSmiths BMW1:06.6651:06.4750.607
13Andrew IRWINHonda Racing1:06.7721:06.4840.616
14David ALLIGHAMEHA Yamaha1:06.4901:06.5370.669
15Joe FRANCISLloyd & Jones BMW1:06.7191:06.6250.757
16Glenn IRWINJG Speedfit Kawasaki1:06.7641:06.6370.769
17Josh ELLIOTTOMG Suzuki1:06.8361:06.8310.963
18Christian IDDONTyco BMW1:06.399-0.531
19James ELLISONSmiths BMW1:06.8821.014
20Bradley RAYBuildbase Suzuki1:06.8851.017
21Matt TRUELOVERaceways Yamaha1:06.9041.036
22Claudio CORTITeam WD-401:06.9351.067
23Keith FARMERTyco BMW1:06.9981.130
24Sylvain BARRIERBrixx Ducati1:07.8051.937
25Dean HIPWELLCDH Racing Kawasaki1:08.0162.148
1Scott REDDINGBe Wiser Ducati2629:05.3361:06.703
2Tarran MACKENZIEMcAMS Yamaha2629:06.1600.8240.8241:06.565
3Xavi FORESHonda Racing2629:07.0021.6660.8421:06.522
4Tommy BRIDEWELLOxford Ducati2629:07.2041.8680.2021:06.432
5Jason O'HALLORANMcAMS Yamaha2629:07.4832.1470.2791:06.612
6Hector BARBERAJG Speedfit Kawasaki2629:09.4244.0881.9411:06.523
7Christian IDDONTyco BMW2629:12.7377.4013.3131:06.573
8Keith FARMERTyco BMW2629:15.72710.3912.9901:06.810
9Glenn IRWINJG Speedfit Kawasaki2629:16.62011.2840.8931:06.950
10Peter HICKMANSmiths BMW2629:18.00512.6691.3851:06.832
11Andrew IRWINHonda Racing2629:19.69514.3591.6901:06.788
12Luke STAPLEFORDBuildbase Suzuki2629:20.33014.9940.6351:06.958
13Danny BUCHANFS-3 Kawasaki2629:20.40815.0720.0781:06.941
14Claudio CORTITeam WD-402629:32.22926.89311.8211:07.349
15James ELLISONSmiths BMW2629:32.26926.9330.0401:07.389
16Joe FRANCISLloyd & Jones BMW2629:36.49731.1614.2281:07.657
17Bradley RAYBuildbase Suzuki2629:37.24831.9120.7511:07.042
18Josh ELLIOTTOMG Suzuki2629:37.49732.1610.2491:07.710
19David ALLIGHAMEHA Yamaha2629:43.61138.2756.1141:07.072
20Matt TRUELOVERaceways Yamaha2629:43.95238.6160.3411:07.835
21Sylvain BARRIERBrixx Ducati2629:54.31548.97910.3631:08.136
22Shaun WINFIELDTAG Yamaha2529:31.6701 Lap1 Lap1:08.575
DNFLuke MOSSEYOMG Suzuki2528:08.6601 Lap1 Lap1:06.918
DNFDean HIPWELLCDH Racing Kawasaki2528:40.8681 Lap32.2081:08.140
DNFDan LINFOOTTAG Yamaha1011:34.76016 Laps15 Laps1:07.353
DNFJosh BROOKESBe Wiser Ducati55:37.94821 Laps5 Laps1:06.650
1Scott REDDINGBe Wiser Ducati1820:10.531--1:06.621
2Xavi FORESHonda Racing1820:10.8060.2750.2751:06.775
3Tommy BRIDEWELLOxford Ducati1820:12.0541.5231.2481:06.706
4Josh BROOKESBe Wiser Ducati1820:12.2711.7400.2171:06.660
5Tarran MACKENZIEMcAMS Yamaha1820:12.3221.7910.0511:06.820
6Christian IDDONTyco BMW1820:13.3762.8451.0541:06.762
7Jason O'HALLORANMcAMS Yamaha1820:15.9305.3992.5541:06.919
8Hector BARBERAJG Speedfit Kawasaki1820:16.1145.5830.1841:06.521
9Peter HICKMANSmiths BMW1820:17.0466.5150.9321:06.803
10Keith FARMERTyco BMW1820:18.5858.0541.5391:06.965
11Danny BUCHANFS-3 Kawasaki1820:20.0779.5461.4921:06.866
12Andrew IRWINHonda Racing1820:20.2249.6930.1471:07.014
13Bradley RAYBuildbase Suzuki1820:20.76210.2310.5381:07.099
14Luke MOSSEYOMG Suzuki1820:22.05011.5191.2881:07.118
15Luke STAPLEFORDBuildbase Suzuki1820:25.77415.2433.7241:07.113
16James ELLISONSmiths BMW1719:22.2691 Lap1 Lap1:07.115
17David ALLIGHAMEHA Yamaha1719:24.4201 Lap2.1511:07.114
18Claudio CORTITeam WD-401719:25.6771 Lap1.2571:07.769
19Joe FRANCISLloyd & Jones BMW1719:27.6701 Lap1.9931:07.915
20Sylvain BARRIERBrixx Ducati1719:30.9561 Lap3.2861:08.122
21Shaun WINFIELDTAG Yamaha1719:49.8691 Lap18.9131:07.989
DNFJosh ELLIOTTOMG Suzuki1618:26.2061 Lap1 Lap1:07.378
DNFGlenn IRWINJG Speedfit Kawasaki1415:52.8891 Lap2 Laps1:07.207
DNFDan LINFOOTTAG Yamaha1314:54.4741 Lap1 Lap1:07.062
DNFMatt TRUELOVERaceways Yamaha1011:41.79616 Laps3 Laps1:08.216
DNFDean HIPWELLCDH Racing Kawasaki809:25.19721 Laps2 Laps1:08.280
DNFSam COVENTRYTeam 64 Kawasaki0----
1Scott REDDINGBe Wiser Ducati2629:05.7491:06.585
2Xavi FORESHonda Racing2629:06.9451.1961.1961:06.691
3Tommy BRIDEWELLOxford Ducati2629:07.5281.7790.5831:06.650
4Tarran MACKENZIEMcAMS Yamaha2629:07.6061.8570.0781:06.595
5Josh BROOKESBe Wiser Ducati2629:07.7532.0040.1471:06.611
6Christian IDDONTyco BMW2629:14.9699.2207.2161:06.685
7Peter HICKMANSmiths BMW2629:16.08310.3341.1141:06.988
8Andrew IRWINHonda Racing2629:18.70112.9522.6181:06.733
9Bradley RAYBuildbase Suzuki2629:24.71518.9666.0141:07.086
10Luke STAPLEFORDBuildbase Suzuki2629:27.72821.9793.0131:07.343
11Danny BUCHANFS-3 Kawasaki2629:27.90922.1600.1811:07.332
12Luke MOSSEYOMG Suzuki2629:28.12022.3710.2111:07.325
13Claudio CORTITeam WD-402629:28.30522.5560.1851:07.300
14Glenn IRWINJG Speedfit Kawasaki2629:30.89525.1462.5901:07.313
15James ELLISONSmiths BMW2629:30.94825.1990.0531:06.873
16Josh ELLIOTTOMG Suzuki2629:37.75632.0076.8081:07.532
17Joe FRANCISLloyd & Jones BMW2629:37.89732.1480.1411:07.782
18David ALLIGHAMEHA Yamaha2629:43.91838.1696.0211:07.452
19Dean HIPWELLCDH Racing Kawasaki2629:57.67451.92513.7561:08.110
DNFDan LINFOOTTAG Yamaha2627:20.0332 Laps2 Laps1:07.528
DNFKeith FARMERTyco BMW2624:45.5364 Laps2 Laps1:06.935
DNFShaun WINFIELDTAG Yamaha2517:28.79111 Laps7 Laps1:08.173
DNFJason O'HALLORANMcAMS Yamaha2512:22.51415 Laps4 Laps1:06.526
DNFHector BARBERAJG Speedfit Kawasaki2510:08.48317 Laps2 Laps1:06.714
DNFSam COVENTRYTeam 64 Kawasaki1007:07.87120 Laps3 Laps1:09.071
DNFSylvain BARRIERBrixx Ducati503:36.72823 Laps3 Laps1:09.218
DNFMatt TRUELOVERaceways Yamaha0----


McAMS Yamaha leave the third round of the 2019 Bennetts British Superbike championship pleased with another strong points haul despite a challenging race day at Donington Park.

Hopes were high for Sunday after Mackenzie finished runner-up in yesterday’s opening race, but things wouldn’t all go to plan for the local lad in Sunday’s two outings.

Starting strongly in the second race, Mackenzie was with the front group throughout, sitting comfortably in fifth at half race distance. Looking good, he began to pick off the riders in front but as he did the heavens began to open with the red flag coming out to stop the race just as the 23-year-old passed Ducati’s Josh Brookes for fourth with nine laps to go. With the result going back to the last time the riders crossed the line, Mackenzie was classified third in the shortened race.

An incident involving another rider early in the second race saw Jason O’Halloran punted back towards the rear end of the top ten. Making his way back through, he was seventh when the red flag came out.

With the pace so tight, both riders were further back on the grid for race three with Mackenzie starting eighth and O’Halloran tenth. The duo got off the line well but had a number of riders to pick off before joining the leading group. Once past Kawasaki’s Hector Barbera, Mackenzie began making decent progress and made his way up to second place, ahead of Honda’s Xavi Fores. However, the Spaniard wasn’t keen to surrender and put up a strong fight with the duo enjoying a titanic battle in the final ten laps of the race. A small mistake from Mackenzie allowed Fores to bridge a gap, and with Oxford Ducati’s Tommy Bridewell joining the party it soon became a three-way battle – with the latter pipping Mackenzie for third at the final turn on the last lap by just 0.078 seconds.

Quickest man on track for a number of laps with a far improved feeling with his YZF-R1, O’Halloran looked set to follow his team-mate through the pack until a crash at Coppice brought his race to a premature end.

It was a day to forget for Matt Truelove, who retired from both races with technical problems as a result of a monster crash at the infamous Craner curves in morning warm-up.

Mackenzie now sits third in the championship, just seven points off new leader Redding while O’Halloran’s DNF moves him back to tenth.

The team will be back in action for a test at Knockhill on 10th June before Brands Hatch on 14/15/16 June.

Tarran Mackenzie
Race 2: 5th   Race 3: 4th  Championship: 3rd
“The first race was OK. I didn’t come through fast enough and towards the end of the race I started to chip away at a podium, but unfortunately the rain stopped play. In the last race I started seventh so had a bit of work to do from the start, but I came through. Someone made a mistake at the last chicane and I passed two or three of them and then chased down Josh and Scott. I got past Josh and felt like I was making good inroads on Scott but then Xavi came past me and we probably scrapped a little too much for two or three laps allowing Scott away. I thought I was OK for third, but made a mistake at McLeans and that enabled Tommy to get close enough to pass into the final chicane. I’m gutted to miss the podium, but I can’t complain with a fourth and good points for the championship.”

Jason O’Halloran 
Race 2: 7th  Race 3: DNF  Championship: 10th 
“It’s not been the easiest of weekends. We’ve been chasing something all weekend, made some changes for Saturday and improved the feeling but in the first two races I struggled at the start. For the third race we made some more changes but I was quite far back on the grid which made things difficult. The bike felt much better, I had a lot more confidence on the brakes and I felt like I could ride the bike how I wanted to again. I’m really happy with that and I’ll take that away from this race as obviously a crash isn’t ideal. It’s our third DNF of the year, which isn’t what we want. I want to go fast and be at the front, I don’t want to be messing around in seventh or eighth so we have to keep pushing and looking for the feeling we are after. Once we nail that on the head I’m confident we’ll be at the front.”

Matt Truelove
Race 2: DNF    Race 3: DNF   Championship: 25th 
“It’s not been a good day for us. A big crash in warm-up meant the boys had to rebuild the bike pretty much from scratch in a few hours before the first race, unfortunately we were then hit with two technical problems in each race which were a result of that morning crash. I’m pretty annoyed as I felt good on the bike and was hoping for a good result, but we’ll regroup and try again at Brands.”

Steve Rodgers
Team Owner
“It’s not been a bad weekend, but it’s not been the best weekend either. It’s quite simple, this championship is hard – perhaps harder than it’s ever been as we’ve got riders here from MotoGP and World Superbikes now and the bar is really high. Taz had great pace in each race, it was a shame to miss the podium twice today once because of rain and once on the last lap, but these things happen. Jason had really good pace in that final race, but starting tenth on the grid perhaps meant he had to push a little too hard to get to the front and unfortunately crashed out. We’ll look at a few things in our Knockhill test and re-group for Brands next month.”


CIRCUITDonington Park
ADDRESSCastle Donington, Derby DE74 2RP


LENGTH (KM) 4.003




Lap Record


Best Lap

BIKEJG Speedfit Kawasaki

2017 Result

1.Leon HASLAM (JG Speedfit Kawasaki)29:58.902
2.Josh BROOKES (TAG Yamaha)+2.716
3.Glenn IRWIN (PBM Ducati)+9.535