VIDEO Interview | 2020 BSB Final Five

Bennetts Rewards members ask the questions to championship challengers Brookes, Iddon, G.Irwin, O’Halloran and Taz Mackenzie

 

The culmination of this condensed 2020 Bennetts British Superbike Championship takes place this weekend at Brands Hatch for the 6th triple-header within ten weeks and we have the five riders all with a mathematical chance of taking the title here with us.

In what is set to be nail-biting finale to this highly competitive season, the two Vision Track Ducati’s of Josh Brookes and Christian Iddon, the two McAMS Yamaha’s of Jason O’Halloran and Tarran Mackenzie and the Honda Racing machine of Glenn Irwin will line up knowing that one of them will be crowned 2020 Bennetts British Superbike Champion on Sunday afternoon.

We’ve seen eight different winners after 15 rounds as well as twenty-five different points scorers along the way, and it boils down to the 75-points available at Brands Hatch with the top five covered by 46.

Having chosen nine of the best questions (plus one of our own), from our Bennetts Rewards member, we gathered the five riders and grilled them.

 

2020 British Superbike Final Five – the interview
Bennetts Rewards members ask the questions to Josh Brookes, Christian Iddon, Glenn Irwin, Jason O’Halloran and Tarran Mackenzie

 

This is how the championship table looks going into the final weekend of the season:

POS

RIDER

BIKE

POINTS

GAP

DIFFERENCE

1

Josh BROOKES

Ducati

225

 

 

2

Christian IDDON

Ducati

209

16

 

3

Glenn IRWIN

Honda

207

18

2

4

Jason O'HALLORAN

Yamaha

206

19

1

5

Tarran MACKENZIE

Yamaha

179

46

27

6

Tommy BRIDEWELL

Ducati

146

79

33

7

Andrew IRWIN

Honda

139

86

7

8

Lee JACKSON

Kawasaki

131

94

8

9

Kyle RYDE

Suzuki

130

95

1

10

Danny BUCHAN

Kawasaki

101

124

29

11

Luke MOSSEY

BMW

76

149

25

12

Bradley RAY

BMW

74

151

2

13

Gino REA

Suzuki

70

155

4

14

Peter HICKMAN

BMW

52

173

18

15

Ryan VICKERS

Kawasaki

45

180

7

16

Héctor BARBERÁ

BMW

31

194

14

17

Jack KENNEDY

Kawasaki

27

198

4

18

Joe FRANCIS

BMW

20

205

7

19

Keith FARMER

Suzuki

10

215

10

20

Alex OLSEN

BMW

8

217

2

21

Taylor MACKENZIE

BMW

5

220

3

22

Storm STACEY

Kawasaki

4

221

1

23

Markus REITERBERGER

BMW

2

223

2

24

Dan LINFOOT

Yamaha

2

223

0

25

Graeme IRWIN

Kawasaki

1

224

1

 

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