Jack Kennedy stormed to yet another Dickies British Supersport pole position this morning as he led Integro Yamaha team-mate Brad Jones.
The defending champ controlled a majority of the session to continue his pole-winning streak.
Kyle Ryde hit the top early on as he led Harry Truelove and Tom Oliver, but it was business as usual as Kennedy sneaked up to second before upping the ante with a low 1’08 as EHA Racing’s Alastair Seeley followed him up the order to go second.
With less than two minutes to go, Jones shot forward to second, pushing Seeley back to second and knocking RS Racing’s GP2-mounted Ryde off the front row.
The former Superstock 600 champ will head row two ahead of SGR’s Oliver and Rapid Fulfilment Racing’s Charlie Nesbitt