Reigning Dickies British Champion Tarran Mackenzie continued his dominance in series at Brands Hatch, claiming his fourth win from four outings in the final race at Brands Hatch.
The race was initially red flagged on the opening lap, but on the restart it was Mackenzie who grabbed the holeshot, leading the opening lap ahead of Keith Farmer and Alastair Seeley. As the McAMS Yamaha rider controlled the race from the front it was a battle for second as Seeley, Farmer, David Allingham and Ben Currie fought for positions over the opening third of the race.
A mistake from Farmer at Druids saw him slip back and out of the podium challenge, leaving Seeley, Allingham and Currie to fight it out. It was a tense game of follow the leader throughout the remaining ten laps, as Allingham was able to move second – crossing the line 1.5s behind Mackenzie with Seeley third and Ben Currie fourth.
Ross Twyman secured fifth, whilst Keith Farmer was able to fight back from his earlier mistake to take sixth. Andrew Irwin, Jack Kennedy, Bjorn Estment and Jamie Perring completed the top ten.
Mackenzie now enjoys a 40 point lead over David Allingham who sits in second place in the championship standings.