McConnell took the chequered flag in part one with a comfortable margin, and was pulling away at the front in part two when the red flags came out to bring proceedings to an early end. It gave McConnell the overall win and some healthy additional championship points to add to his season’s tally.
Ray, starting from seventh on the grid, shot off the line to take third into Redgate. He then made his way past Leon Haslam for second, and a few laps later he past James Ellison for the race lead.
From there he was never headed, and pulled out a healthy advantage at the front. A late charge from Ellison and a resurgent Shane Byrne meant he had to defend on the last lap, but he held on to take the win, making it a dominant opening day for the team and the GSX-R1000.
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