ZAK Corderoy surged through from 21st on the grid to scoop his fourth Pirelli National Junior Superstock win of the season this morning.
The Binch Racing rider hit the front just four laps in and immediately put time into his rivals to cross the line almost four seconds clear of Eugene McManus and Jack Nixon.
But he’s now out of the title fight, leaving only Nixon and Joe Talbot left to do battle at Brands Hatch.
As the race got underway it was Completely Motorbikes/Affinity man McManus who hit the front while pole-sitter Franco Bourne tucked into second with Nixon and Talbot behind, as Corderoy made up 14 places on the first lap.
While Bourne dropped down to fourth by lap two as Nixon and Talbot moved ahead, Corderoy was right behind last year’s BTC winner before making his move to take third the next time around.
He slipped ahead of Nixon moments later and as McManus dropped back to fifth, it was Corderoy’s race to lead.
He immediately put a second into his rivals and from there, was never troubled as he cruised to the chequered flag 3.8sec ahead of the battle for second to take his fourth win of the season.
McManus recovered to bank the runner-up spot just 0.045sec ahead of Nixon, as Talbot’s fourth place puts him 13 points adrift of Nixon ahead of the season finale.