Brands Hatch performance pleases Cook

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Swindon superbike star Max Cook was pleased with his performance at Brands Hatch at the weekend in round seven of the HEL Performance Motostar British Championship.

The 13-year-old moved back into the top 10 of the Motostar British Championship standings after finishing 11th and ninth in his two races at Brands on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

Starting in 14th on the grid in Saturday’s race, Cook was in a constant battle for ninth place with Elliot Lodge, Jorel Boerboom and Edmund Best before taking the chequered flag in 11th place.

On Sunday Cook was also in another great battle this time with Sam Llewellyn who he edged out for ninth at the finishing line.

Although Cook admitted he would have loved to have mixed it with Boerboom, Lodge and Best in a battle for sixth place, he revealed he made a few mistakes and along with having a bike problem from lap four onwards, remained pleased with his performance.

Cook now heads to Cadwell Park for round eight of the series on 27th-29th of August.

Click on the video below to watch Cook’s interview with Your Sport Swindon.

Leading the way in the HEL Performance Motostar British Championship is Swindon rider Charlie Nesbitt who stormed to another double win at Brands Hatch at the weekend.

For the third straight round, Nesbitt clinched both race wins as he took his points tally to 280 points, 109 points ahead of his nearest rival Jake Archer.