Bad weather, Stones , an oil leak and an electrical failure in the starting line were not enough to stop Jenny Tinmouth at Silverstone, lugar donde se ha disputado este fin de semana, la penúltima prueba del BSB (British Superbike Championship) Last weekend. Jenny registró su mejor tiempo personal en el cronometrado y terminó con fuerza las dos carreras en 20ª y 21ª posición respectivamente.
El pronóstico del clima para el fin de semana era de seco, FP1 but the track was wet and slippery, so the team decided to wait for FP2 to start work, but Jenny only a few laps to make sure everything was right on his motorbike. Fue en la FP3 cuando los tiempos empezaron a caer, getting to be up to three seconds faster than his last visit to the layout. During the last minutes of the classification Jenny he lost the front end, Fortunately the damage was minimal, only a slight oil leak in the clutch, something the team was able to repair smoothly. Ocupó 24ª plaza de la parrilla.
En la primera carrera, had a great start, but during his first round, a whimsical stone broke the screen of the bike. Jenny with his head down battled wind resistance, tras marcar un ritmo constante terminó en 20ª posición. But the problems did not end there English, being in the starting blocks ready to begin the second round, the bike gave a power failure and finally came off the pitlane. But the role of Jenny was admirable and got traced to 21st place, saving a disastrous weekend.
Jenny TINMOUTH: This has been one of the best weekends for me, hitherto BSB, although it is true we have had very bad luck, but we have overcome it and now you have to think in the last race of the season in Brands Hatch.
Steve Bradley (team leader): The lap times Only here has surprised us all, be almost three seconds faster than last year shows how much you have worked all. Now we want the best for the bike and perform well in the last race.
The British Superbike Championship ends in Brands Hatch, the next 20 October.
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