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Dominant Law Takes Brands Hatch Victory

Dominant Law Takes Brands Hatch Victory

Mason ‘Outlaw’ Law took his second win of the 2015 season with a hard fought victory at his home circuit this weekend. Jordan Weaving fought well all weekend, despite suffering a crash in Sunday’s race.Mason followed up his forst win of the season with another at Brands Hatch over the weekend
 
This weekend saw a packed grid of 52 riders take part in Round Two of the Championship, so the sessions would be spilt into two groups to ease congestion on the circuit.
 
The local lad, Law, started the weekend off with a bang, on a dirty and cold circuit, the ‘Outlaw’ was almost a full second quicker than the rest of the field in Group A. Team mate Jordan Weaving, who was struggling with a bout of flu all weekend, pushed hard and ended the session in tenth. The team’s satellite rider, Tom Oliver fired out of the blocks in Group B and was only half a second behind teammate Law.
 
After a nervy double session, Mason Law started on pole with a time of 47.529, his second pole position in a row onboard the NMT No Limits Kawasaki. Teammates Jordan Weaving and Tom Oliver would line up on the grid in 33rd and 5th respectively. With Jordan only 1.5 seconds off Mason’s stunning lap.

Come Sunday all three riders got a great leap off the line, but during the first lap a four crash including Tom Oliver, which delayed the start of the re run. But as the race was restarted, Law ran second until he made an aggressive move to take the lead from Ben Currie, then led all race to take the flag. South African Jordan Weaving worked hard all race, until the final lap when he pushed too hard and lost the front whilst chasing the final championship point position.
 
After the race a jubilant Mason Law said: “It was a tough race and I had +0 on my board all race, and I knew he was right behind me. I didn’t know where he was strong or if he was just holding back until the end.
 
“I controlled the race and my fitness helped me, so we’re really happy. It has been quite a tough weekend, because I haven’t set the pace I wanted too but we’re in great shape ahead of Oulton Park.”
 
A frustrated Tom Oliver added: “Apart from the race its been a really positive weekend, my times have been fast all weekend and the top 15 have been covered by half a second, and I was happy with where we were in qualifying but its just gutting to end the weekend the way we did. But we’ll look forward to Oulton Park now.”
 
Jordan Weaving concluded: “That was one of the toughest weekends I can remember. I'm not one for making excuses, but with a heavy cold it made things difficult. I'm disappointed for the team and with myself with how the race ended after improving our pace significantly in Qualifying 2, however we've learned more again this weekend and will now look to show our true form at Oulton Park in two weeks."