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Another 100% weekend for Johnson at Silverstone

B12H6611Anthony Johnson enjoyed another 100% weekend in the DFDS Yamaha Past Masters championship, it means the championship leader has only not finished on the top step of the podium once this season.

Johnson qualified on pole ahead of Scott Grant and Doug Edmondson, and went on to win race one by seven and a half seconds. Edmondson and Grant swapped positions off the grid to finish second and third. Lee Huff’s 10th place gave him the Clubman class win and Paul Goldbold’s 17th gave him the Rookie win.

Race two saw Johnson take a second win, with Edmondson back on the podium in second. Giles Harwood bettered Grant by a tenth of a second for the final podium spot. Michael Stanley’s 10th place finish was enough to hand him the Clubman win. The final point-scoring position went to Alan Wood, who took the Rookie win.

Johnson made it three from three, as Andy Davies, who is the only rider to beat Johnson this season, finished second. Harwood added another podium to his tally with a second third placed finish.

Seventh for Marc Prentice saw him pick up 25 Clubman championship points, with Wood taking another Rookie win.

It became a 100% weekend for Johnson in the final race, as he took his fourth win ahead of Edmondson and Harwood. Stanley’s seventh place meant he took another Clubman win, as Wood collected another Rookie trophy.