2022 British Superbike Donington Park – Race 3 Results

Jason O’Halloran doubled down with another win on Sunday in the third race of the weekend at Donington Park for round three of the British Superbike Championship.

2022 British Superbike Donington Park – Race Results (3)
Pos Rider Nat Team Weather
1 Jason O’Halloran AU Yamaha McAMS 29m 31.007s
2 Bradley Ray UK RICH Energy OMG Racing Yamaha +1.713s
3 Lee Jackson UK FS-3 Race Kawasaki +3.187s
4 Rory Skinner UK FS-3 Race Kawasaki +5.448s
5 Kyle Ryde UK RICH Energy OMG Racing Yamaha +5.482s
6 Christian Idon UK Suzuki Building Base +7.985s
7 Tom Sykes UK MCE Ducati +12.492s
8 Josh Brooke AU MCE Ducati +13.514s
9 Danny Buchan UK SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad +13.653s
ten Chrissy Rouss UK Crowe Performance BMW +16.485s
11 Tarran Mackenzie UK Yamaha McAMS +18.154s
12 Andrew Irvin UK SYNETIQ BMW Motorrad +22.932s
13 Ryo Mizuno JAP Honda Racing United Kingdom +23.559s
14 Storm Stacey UK LKQ Euro Parts Kawasaki Team +24.373s
15 Takumi Takahashi JAP Honda Racing United Kingdom +26.187s
16 Dan Jones UK I force BMW +30.835s
17 Tommy Bridewell UK Oxford Products Racing Ducati 3 rounds
18 Dan Linfoot UK iForce BMW 4 rounds
19 Ryan Vickers UK FHO Racing BMW with Attis Sports 5 rounds
20 Leon Jeacock UK Suzuki Specifications 5 rounds
21 East James UK Kawasaki – NP Racing 8 rounds
22 Josh Owens UK CDH Race Kawasaki 9 rounds
23 Luke Hopkins UK Honda Black Onyx Safety 12 rounds
24 Peter Hickman UK BMW racing FHO 18 rounds
25 Leon Haslam UK Visiontrack Kawasaki 21 rounds
26 Glenn Irwin UK Honda Racing United Kingdom 21 rounds

The McAMS Yamaha rider had arrived to start the weekend without a podium visit to his name, as had title-winning teammate Mackenzie after he was absent with injury.

The Australian completed the turnaround for himself and his team with back-to-back wins after deciding to take over up front after shaking off Bradley Ray again in a race that echoed the previous one, with the same finishers of grandstand.

His forward charge was aided by several laps behind the safety car following a huge crash for Leon Haslam. His highside left his bike in three pieces and Glenn Irwin had nowhere to go. The two riders moved away but this allowed the gaps to narrow in the leading group.

It was O’Halloran’s seventeenth career victory and the win puts him second in the championship.

After being passed on lap seventeen, Ray made sure not to be let go and stayed in contention until the final stages, finishing 1.735s behind the Rich Energy OMG Yamaha.

Ray himself had taken the lead early on, taking over from poleman Kyle Ryde with a huge off-line move, which resulted in a block pass that took him from third to first, where he stayed until until the number 22 puts pressure.

The podium was completed again by Lee Jackson for Cheshire Molding FS-3 Kawasaki, who felt more confident on the bike on the second outing today after making some small changes to his mechanics.

Both sides of the Rich Energy OMG garage helped frantically rebuild Kyle Ryde’s Yamaha after it was destroyed in its spin crash in race two.

Ryde set a new lap record to sit on pole before crashing, and after an initial strong start he fell back, culminating in being passed by a flying Rory Skinner on the way to the line just at the end of the race on the second Kawasaki FS-3.

Christian Iddon was a solid and very lonely sixth for Buildbase Suzuki, a far cry from the next rider to see the checkered flag, Tom Sykes, who led the race’s long battle for seventh ahead of MCE Ducati.

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