Kevin adds two points to tally

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Kevin Van Leuven secured another points finish when he rode to 14th place at Thruxton in round seven of the National Superstock 600.

But the Wyberton-based G&S Racing Kawasaki team’s two Superstock 1000 riders Dominic Usher and Tom Fisher were unable to contest their race after it was found there was a breach of the technical regulations.

Once again Dutch rider Van Leuven had the difficult task of learning his way around another new circuit but started the 14-lap race from a fifth row grid position.

After a poor start which left him down in 19th place, he began to mount an assault. On the penultimate lap he moved up into 14th to claim another two championship points to take his total to 32 which move him to 12th in the standings.

Usher and Fisher were both excluded from the race after a post-qualifying inspection.

The next round is at Oulton Park this weekend when the team will be back to full strength.