City Lifting RS Racing’s Tom Booth-Amos made it two wins from two during the Hel Performance British Motostar race at the Brands Hatch Indy circuit, and was able to take home maximum points this race weekend at the Kent track.
But the race victor did not at first lead the race, that accolade went to Storm Stacey. The teenager grabbed the holeshot, however the young rider’s race was cut short when he crashed out of the lead at Paddock Hill. Then North West Racing’s Richard Kerr led for the opening few laps before Booth-Amos took over the reins on lap six.
Maintaining his position at the front, Booth-Amos was under pressure from his very quick team-mate Jake Archer, who took over the lead on lap 17 before setting the fastest lap of the race a rotation later.
Booth-Amos was able to get back into the lead to claim his third win of the season with Archer in second and RS Racing’s Eugene McManus completing the rostrum. In the Standard class, Wilson Racing’s Max Cook was victorious, with Moto Rapido’s young-gun Thomas Strudwick and FAB Racing’s Cameron Horsman finishing second and third respectively.