Irishman Jack Kennedy made it nine wins on the bounce today and 13 this year after cruising to his second Dickies British Supersport win of the weekend this afternoon.
Integro Yamaha’s title favourite blasted past his team-mate Brad Jones early on and was never headed, leaving the rest in a scrap for podium points.
Jones made the best launch as he led Seeley and Kennedy out into the Lincolnshire countryside, but after the Wee Wizard was squeezed back to third in a three-wide scrap into Park, Jones and Kennedy began to break away before the Irishman found a way through on his young team-mate.
As Seeley dropped into the clutches of ABM Quattro’s GP2 front-runner Mason Law and then fell victim to the returning James Westmoreland on the Gearlink Kawasaki, Kennedy and Jones were already four seconds up the road in a battle of their own for the win.
Just behind Westmoreland, a battle was stacking up as Seeley, Kyle Ryde, Matt Truelove and Charlie Nesbitt were queuing up in a bid to move up into the top five.
But back at the front, there was no stopping Kennedy as he completed his clean sweep after pulling ahead of his compatriot Jones to take the win by over three seconds, leaving Law to a lone third as first GP2 across the line while Westmoreland held on to complete the BSS rostrum.