Jack Kennedy made it four wins from four starts with victory in this weekend’s second Dickies British Supersport battle.
The Integro Yamaha rider controlled the race from start to finish and never let up, bringing his championship points tally to a perfect 100.
But drama ensued with Rory Skinner stuck in the pits at the start of the warm-up lap, but the Scotsman was allowed to rejoin after a technical issue with the starting lights forced a delay to proceedings.
When the race got underway, shortened to 14 laps, Kennedy once again stormed off the line from pole position as Seeley slipped into third ahead of Brad Jones, while Kyle Ryde joined the leading trio as the first GP2 bike running.
As the Dubliner began stretching a lead, Jones passed EHA Racing’s Seeley heading up Clay Hill before the Northern Irishman grabbed the advantage back a few corners later.
But hot on their heels was Ryde, who looked for a way through on his Kovara Projects Kalex machine as Jones and Seeley continued their dice.
Action was brought to a halt, however, as red flags were thrown on lap 11 thanks to a flying Yamaha that Kurt Wigley parted company with at Druids.
Kennedy was declared the winner with over two seconds to spare while Jones just missed out on the runner-up spot as Seeley took second 0.191s in the clear.