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RYUICHI Kiyonari and Tommy Hill will this weekend lead the title fighters into Croft Circuit as the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship enters The Showdown.
The pair are the joint leaders in the series now, but are only one point clear of Josh Brookes, who will be looking to dominate this weekend as the series roars into Burning Rubber's local track for Round 10.
The action in the country's premier series is now entering the "Showdown" phase, with six riders - "the title-fighters" - all in close contention going into the final seven races and three rounds.
TODAY the motorcycle racing world has been rocked by the tragic death of Japanese rider Shoya Tomizawa.
The 19-year-old died earlier this afternoon as a result of injuries sustained in a crash in this morning's Moto2 GP race at Misano, San Marino.
The star, who made history at the start of the season when he won the first ever Moto2 race at Qatar, fell from his Suter Racing machine while sitting in fourth place after completing 15 laps.
World Superbike Championship Silverstone, Race Two. By Zoe Burn and Mic Archbold.
CAL Crutchlow took the double in style as he led five Brits across the line to victory.
The Yamaha Sterilgarda rider took the lead three laps from the end and instantly edged out an untouchable lead as he showboated his way home to his second win of the day.
Once again it was HANNSpree Ten Kate rider Jonathan Rea who crossed the line second, but this time it was Alitalia Aprilia's Leon Camier who took a solid third - after starting from 16th on the grid.
World Supersport Championship, Silverstone by Zoe Burn and Mic Archbold.
EUGENE Laverty kept his championship dreams alive by taking a hard-fought win over Turkey's Kenan Sofuoglu at Silverstone this afternoon.
The honorary Durham star made a last lap charge past the championship leader to take the win and put himself back in title contention.
And a well-deserved third place went to Brit rookie Gino Rea, who proved a force to be reckoned with throughout the 15-lap race around the famous Northants circuit.
World Superbike Championship, Silverstone. By Zoe Burn and Mic Archbold.
CAL Crutchlow finally converted pole into the win as he took his maiden WSB win at Silverstone.
The firey Brit, who has started from the top spot five times this season, had been desperate to bag his first win since joining the series this year.
But in front of his home crowd the reigning World Supersport champ got the better of fellow Brit Jonathan Rea and grabbed a convincing win onboard the Yamaha Sterilgarda machine to lead a British one-two-three across the line.
World Supersport Championship, Brno by Zoe Burn and Mic Archbold
KENAN Sofuoglu took a hard-fought win in today's World Supersport Championship race at Brno in the Czech Republic.
The Turkish HANNSpree Ten Kate Honda rider has catapulted himself to the top of the title standings after leading the Motocard.com Kawasaki of Joan Lascorz across the line with Brit Chaz Davies taking a delighted third.
Eugene Laverty, who went into this weekend leading the series by three points, has slipped to third after retiring his Parkalgar Honda on Lap Six.
Superbike World Championship, Brno Race One...By Zoe Burn and Mic Archbold.
JONATHAN Rea dominated the opening race from Brno this morning, to take his third SBK win of the season.
The HANNSpree Ten Kate rider crossed the line on one wheel after edging out a gap of more than three seconds at the front of the pack.
Series leader Max Biaggi was second man home, with Britain's Cal Crutchlow third.
By Zoe Burn and Mic Archbold
RYUICHI Kiyonari proved he is back and in the title hunt after another dominant win in today's second MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship win at Mallory Park.
In what was just about a carbon copy of this afternoon's earlier race, Kyo led his HM Plant Honda team-mate Josh Brookes over the line, with Relentless Suzuki by TAS rider Michael Laverty picking up another third.
However this time it was a different bike which launched into the lead at the start.
By Zoe Burn and Mic Archbold
RYUICHI Kiyonari picked up where he left off yesterday as he took the win in today's opening MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship race at Mallory Mark.
The Japanese hotshot led a HM Plant Honda one-two over the line, as team-mate Josh Brookes came home second.
Third place went to Relentless Suzuki by TAS rider Michael Laverty, who despite his best efforts was unable to hold off his two Honda rivals.
BTCC Race Three, Croft.
ANDREW Jordan has claimed his first ever British Touring Car Championship victory in today's final race at Croft Circuit.
The Pirtek Racing driver led from lights to flag in the Vauxhall Vectra to claim an easy win and give former BTCC star dad Mike the ultimate Father's Day gift.
Second place went to Team Aon's Tom Onslow-Cole while Steven Kane extended his record of finishing on the podium at every round by crossing the line third in the Airwaves BMW.