GP2 king Kyle Ryde remained atop the Dickies British Supersport timesheets at Assen this afternoon, opening a near half-second gap over champion-elect Jack Kennedy with wildcard Tom Toparis in third.
Ryde, who was crowned GP2 champion at Oulton, set about the sheets with a 1’39.08 which Kennedy couldn’t match on his Integro Yamaha.
Australian Toparis grabbed third but is more than a second behind Ryde while Kannedy’s team-mate Brad Jones is only 0.70s further back.
Eemeli Lahti is fifth with Harry Truelove in sixth place. Tom Oliver finished in seventh, Charlie Nesbitt eighth and Rory Skinner recovered from a poor opening session to move into ninth. GP2 runner Sam Wilford is in tenth.