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Bramich wins remaining Supersport bout to maneuver as much as second in championship


ASBK 2022 – Spherical Six – Phillip Island

A few quick showers fell across the circuit forward of the third and remaining Australian Supersport bout of the WorldSBK weekend at Phillip Island simply earlier than middy this morning.

Yesterday Tom Bramich had taken victory within the second stanza however Ty Lynch happening after clashing with Dallas Skeer had allowed John Lytras to increase his championship factors lead over the South Australian to 23.5-points after taking third place in race two.  Forward of this remaining race of spherical six there was nonetheless nevertheless 76-points in play earlier than a champion will probably be topped subsequent weekend at The Bend.

The monitor had dried once more after the temporary bathe by the point the lights went out and Tom Bramich led Jack Passfield and Scott Nicholson via flip one for the primary time on this ten-lap race.

Passfield went via to the lead at flip 4 and instantly pulled some floor over Bramich across the again part of circuit, the race two winner now having Lytras throughout his ducktail via flip 11.  Down the primary straight although it was all shaken up with Bramich taking the lead, Lytras into second and Passfield shuffled from first to 3rd in a single foul swoop. A blustery wind inflicting riders loads of issues right here this morning.

Bramich managed to begin pulling away over the course of the following couple of laps however Passfield managed to reply and by half-race distance he had the hole again all the way down to eight-tenths. John Lytras couldn’t keep in contact with that duo however was trying fairly protected in third.

Passfield continued to inch nearer to Bramich, with three-laps to run the hole was all the way down to nothing and the pair have been working nose-to-tail. Passfield then ultimately put what was nearly a block go at flip 4 to take the lead. A lap later although Passfield pushed the entrance too arduous into Siberia and tumbled out of the race.

Passfield’s demise left Bramich a simple run residence to a transparent victory by eight-seconds over John Lytras whereas younger Archie McDonald claimed a podium after getting the higher of Scott Nicholson. Ty Lynch crossed the road in fifth forward of Dallas Skeer.

With that victory Bramich is now on equal factors with Ty Lynch, 170-points apiece, whereas Lytras will take a really useful 27.5-point lead into the finale subsequent weekend at The Bend, the place there will probably be 51-points to play for.

A superb podium for Archie McDonald on what’s his debut weekend within the Supersport class.

Pos Trip Bike Time/Hole Velocity
1 Tom BRAMICH Yamaha YZF-R6 16m18.713 270
2 John LYTRAS Yamaha YZF-R6 +8.108 273
3 Archie McDONALD Yamaha YZF-R6 +10.528 270
4 Scott NICHOLSON Yamaha YZF-R6 +10.638 267
5 Ty LYNCH Yamaha YZF-R6 +17.189 265
6 Dallas SKEER Yamaha YZF-R6 +17.919 267
7 Jake FARNSWORTH Yamaha YZF-R6 +17.938 269
8 Rhys BELLING Yamaha YZF-R6 +25.174 266
9 Tom DRANE Yamaha YZF-R6 +29.718 273
10 Brendan WILSON Yamaha YZF-R6 +30.966 265
11 Jack FAVELLE Honda CBR RR +35.860 263
12 Declan CARBERRY Suzuki GSXR +36.046 264
13 Tarbon WALKER Yamaha YZF-R6 +37.338 260
14 Noel MAHON Yamaha YZF-R6 +37.993 263
15 Luca DURNING Yamaha YZF-R6 +50.402 268
DNF Jack PASSFIELD Yamaha YZF-R6 +1 Lap 266
DNF John QUINN Yamaha YZF-R6 +9 Laps 207

Pos Rider Bike Pole R1 R2 R3 Complete
1 Tom BRAMICH Yamaha 1 10 25 25 61
2 John LYTRAS Yamaha 8.5 18 20 46.5
3 Scott NICHOLSON Yamaha 3.5 17 17 37.5
4 Jake FARNSWORTH Yamaha 8 15 14 37
5 Archie McDONALD Yamaha 16 18 34
6 Rhys BELLING Yamaha 7 14 13 34
7 Tom DRANE Yamaha 7.5 13 12 32.5
8 Jack PASSFIELD Yamaha 12.5 20 32.5
9 Brendan WILSON Yamaha 6.5 12 11 29.5
10 Ty LYNCH Yamaha 9 16 25
11 Jack FAVELLE Honda 5.5 9 10 24.5
12 Tarbon WALKER Kawasaki 4.5 11 8 23.5
13 Luca DURNING Yamaha 5 10 6 21
14 Declan CARBERRY Suzuki 3 7 9 19
15 Noel MAHON Yamaha 4 8 7 19
16 Dallas SKEER Yamaha 2.5 15 17.5
17 John QUINN Yamaha 6 6
Pos Rider Machine R1 R2 R3 Complete
1 John LYTRAS Yamaha 8.5 18 20 197.5
2 Tom BRAMICH Yamaha 10 25 25 170
3 Ty LYNCH Yamaha 9 16 170
4 Scott NICHOLSON Yamaha 3.5 17 17 152.5
5 Tom DRANE Yamaha 7.5 13 12 138.5
6 Rhys BELLING Yamaha 7 14 13 134
7 Mitch KUHNE Yamaha 97
8 Jake FARNSWORTH Yamaha 8 15 14 84
9 Tarbon WALKER Kawasaki 4.5 11 8 82.5
10 Olly SIMPSON Yamaha 72
11 Noel MAHON Yamaha 4 8 7 66
12 John QUINN Yamaha 6 58
13 Troy GUENTHER Yamaha 51
14 Senna AGIUS Honda 51
15 Luca DURNING Yamaha 5 10 6 49
16 Declan CARBERRY Suzuki 3 7 9 43
17 Brendan WILSON Yamaha 6.5 12 11 42.5
18 Luke SANDERS Yamaha 41
19 Sean CONDON Yamaha 39
20 Timothy LARGE Yamaha 37
21 Archie McDONALD Yamaha 16 18 34
22 Jack PASSFIELD Yamaha 12.5 20 32.5
23 Dallas SKEER Yamaha 2.5 15 32.5
24 Jack FAVELLE Honda 5.5 9 10 24.5
25 Tom EDWARDS Yamaha 20
26 Jack HYDE Yamaha 18
27 Chris QUINN Yamaha 13
28 Harley SIDE Yamaha 8

Reside Broadcast Data

On Sunday, each SBS and Stan Sport will air a highlights package deal from 1300-1500 that may present the opening two Australian Superbike and Supersport races in replay, earlier than then airing the ultimate Superbike encounter of the weekend dwell.  We consider that the Supersport 300 class is not going to get TV air-time.


Phillip Island WSBK/ASBK Spherical Schedule

Sunday November 20
1300 WorldSBK Superpole Race 10 laps
1340 ASBK SBK Race Three 12 laps
1430 WorldSSP Race Two 18 laps
1505 Security Automotive Laps / ASBK SS & SBK Displays 25 min
1600 WorldSBK Race Two 22 laps
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