BSB 2019 | Assen Schedule and TV Times

Lamb-Stephen
By Steve Lamb

Production Manager - Still considers himself a novice rider, despite passing his test over twenty years ago. Steve has only ever owned four bikes - a '95 Suzuki GSX600F (which he dropped in the first minute of ownership), an '04 Yamaha FZ6 Fazer and currently a '16 Ducati Scrambler Classic, as well as (very slowly) building a '94 Yamaha SR125 'brat tracker'.

All the times and info you need for this weekend

 

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Bennetts British Superbikes is back this weekend, with a trip over the channel to the Cathedral of Speed, the TT Circuit Assen in the Netherlands.

There was all to play for last time out at Oulton park with the last few Showdown places to be decided over the scheduled three races.

  

Bennetts British Superbike Results

In race one, Buildbase Suzuki's Bradley Ray was showing the kind of form that made him such a sensation last year, with a season best second position, sandwiched between the Be Wiser Ducatis of  Josh Brookes in first and Scott Redding in third. With Danny Buchan in fourth and Christian Iddon in fifth, Tommy Bridewell's weekend was not going his way with a Lap 6 finish to his race, despite setting fastest lap of the race.

Race one's fastest lap - Tommy Bridewell at 1'34.295

 

Race two was more of the same of Redding and Brookes taking the first two places, with Bridewell earning a well-deserved third place to make up for his DNF in Race one. Ray took fourth ahead o Buchan, O'Halloran and Iddon.

Race two fastest lap went to Bradley Ray – 1'34.342

 

In the final race of the weekend, Tommy Bridewell took his first win of the season after a slight change of tactics and the early departure of Josh Brookes. Bradley Ray was on the podium again with a solid second place ahead of Scott Redding on the second Ducati. Danny Buchan took another fourth place, ahead of Glenn Irwin, O'Halloran and Mackenzie.

Race three fastest lap went to Tommy Bridewell at 1'33.941

 

All the times and info you need for this weekend

 

BSB Championship Tables

As we enter the showdown stage, here are the all-important championship tables.

For a full explanation of the showdown rules, click the following link: showdown rules, but put simply, to keep the championship alive right to the final round, the top six riders at the showdown date are given 500 points plus bonus points for podium finishes during the season. This closes any massive gaps between the leader and the chasing pack, but also rewards the rider's performance during the season.

 

Bennetts British Superbike Championship

Pos

Name

Bike

Points

To next

To top

1

Josh Brookes

Ducati

548

-

-

2

Scott Redding

Ducati

545

3

3

3

Tommy Bridewell

Ducati

524

21

24

4

Tarran Mackenzie

Yamaha

515

9

33

5

Danny Buchan

Kawasaki

514

1

34

6

Peter Hickman

BMW

501

13

47

7

Andrew Irwin

Honda

152

-

-

8

Xavi Fores

Honda

148

4

4

9

Christian Iddon

BMW

145

3

7

10

Jason O'Halloran

Yamaha

131

14

21

Showdown riders are shown in BOLD.

 

Dickies British Supersport Championship

Pos

Name

Team

Points

To next

To top

1

Jack Kennedy

Integro Yamaha

370

 

 

2

Brad Jones

Integro Yamaha

333

37

37

3

Alastair Seeley

EHA Racing

297

36

73

4

Harry Truelove

Truelove Property & Construction

168

129

202

5

Richard Kerr

Campbell Motorsport

164

4

206

6

Tom Oliver

SGR Racing

143

21

227

7

Bradley Perie

Diamond H Racing

114

29

256

8

Ben Wilson

Gearlink Kawasaki

111

3

259

9

Rory Skinner

MSR

111

0

259

10

Charlie Nesbitt

HISC Rapid Fulfillment Racing

108

3

262

 

Assen Timetable

If you’re lucky enough to be at Assen for the weekend’s action and want to know what is happening and when, then take a look at the official timetable for the three days.

 

All the times and info you need for this weekend

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Assen BSB TV times

If you can’t make it to the Netherlands in person this weekend, don't worry because Eurosport have you covered with live coverage of all the action and there's highlights later in the week on free-to-view ITV4.

 

Saturday 21st September 2019

 

 

Highlights from Oulton

Eurosport 2

13:00 – 14:00

LIVE: Qualifying and Support Races

Eurosport 2

14:00 - 16:00

Highlights

Eurosport 2

23:30 – 00:30

Sunday 22nd September 2019

 

 

LIVE: Raceday

Eurosport 2

11:30 – 17:00

Highlights

Eurosport 2

19:00 – 21:00

Thursday 26th September 2019

 

 

Highlights

ITV4

20:00 – 21:00

 

Eurosport will also have coverage from pit-lane of the free practice sessions via their Facebook and Twitter pages.

 

All the times and info you need for this weekend
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