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The qualifying session saw Shane "Shakey" Byrne smashed the Cadwell Park lap record on his way to claiming pole position by nearly a full second in front of Ryuichi Kiyonari, Buildbase BMW, with Tommy Bridewell completeing the top three positions.
Ryuichi Kiyonari, Buildbase BMW
Josh Brookes Milwaukee Yamaha failed to set a time in final qualifying.
Scott Smart, Anvil Hire Kawasaki.
Philip Atkinson was badly shaken but unhurt during the Triumph Triple Challenge race.
There was a huge grid of Superkarts which as ever were highly entertaining and really fast. Unfortunately the numbers in the bike races were much smaller. Despite this there were some excellent performances with both Mark Ess and Craig Neve in dominant form and I was impressed by Matthew Rangeley on his Aprilia RRV450. More images in the gallery.
Matthew Rangeley - Aprilia RRV450
Craig Neve - Honda CBR 600
Mark Ess - Yamaha OW01
Gavin Bennet - DEA Anderson
Mark Goodings - Kawasaki ZX6 600
Mick Goodings - Kawasaki ZX6 600