British Supersport: Dynabolt Triumph Preview Season Finale-Road Racing World Magazine

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Dynabolt Triumph set for the season finale at Brands Hatch

Dynabolt Triumph will head to the final round of the 2021 Quattro Group British Supersport Championship with Brands Hatch this weekend. The 2.4-mile Kent circuit was the scene of the newly formed team’s first victory, courtesy of Kyle Smith, who returned to the third round of July.

Standing again in place of the injured Smith, Danny Webb will see the season on the Dynabolt Triumph with what he considers to be his local circuit. After making such a strong breakthrough at Donington Park two weeks ago, Webb has every reason to look forward to his home round.

Danny Webb: “I love Brands Hatch. It’s a great circuit. I grew up in about 30 minutes so I’m essentially a home race so I’m really looking forward to racing back in the brand. Natural progress We should be on the front line again and if we can take that step we should be very competitive. We look forward to working with the team again and having a good weekend. . “

Brandon Persh will be close to full fitness in the last two races of 2021 after another two weeks of recovery. Persh performed at Donington Park last time with guts from the 7th to 5th rows of the grid. It is the flag and aims to end the year with another strong result at the season finale.

Brandon Paasch: “I’m really looking forward to this last round of the 2021 season. I hope I can do a good round and get high!”

Dynavolt Triumph Team Manager Simon Buckmaster: “I’m looking forward to the final round at Brands Hatch. Unfortunately, Kyle couldn’t ride completely, so Danny Webb will continue to replace him. Danny has taken a big step in Donington. Brands Hatch is a track he is familiar with. He is also familiar with Triumph and should be in a good position to do a really good job for us and hopefully challenge in front of the podium. “

“The wet race at Donington was difficult for Brandon, so the qualifying for Race 2 wasn’t very good, but he got into a good race, got the second fastest lap of the race and finished fifth. Brandon’s secret is to focus completely from the word “go” from Friday morning to the final lap on Sunday. If he does, he again has the ability to challenge for the podium and victory. That’s what we’re working on. I work with Brandon to make every session completely ready and fast. Obviously, we’re out of the championship race right now, but we’re looking forward to the final race and looking forward to ending the British supersport season high at Dynabolt Triumph. “

Supersport Action begins Friday at 9:35 am (BST) at Brands Hatch Free Practice One. British Supersport: Dynabolt Triumph Preview Season Finale-Road Racing World Magazine

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