Adon Bounces Back From Race One Crash To Win Race Two At Donington

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After notching a third British Supersport Cup victory in four races, Adon Davie remains a contender for the 2024 title.

Following his double win at Oulton Park, Adon bounced back from a Saturday spill at Donington Park to put it on top of the box once again on Sunday. With a margin of victory of less than a second, the #38 rider used all his race craft to ensure he left the Leicestershire venue with another twenty-five points and a deficit to the championship leader of only nine.

Aside from his race one crash, the weekend was once again positive with Adon at the sharp end throughout practice and qualifying aboard his JDF Racing Ducati.

With an almost perfect string of results on the board, Davie heads to his home race at Knockhill confident of further adding to his points tally when the series moves north of the border.

Adon Davie:

“It was a really good qualifying. I chipped away and took P1 in the cup category, more than half a second clear of P2 which I was happy about. Race one didn’t go as planned. I made places off the start but had a funny feeling with the front of the bike and unfortunately slid out of contention which was disappointing as it cost me points for the championship. I made some changes for race two with the bike and they didn’t work as well as I had hoped. This meant the times didn’t come as easy, but I was not going to be beaten on the last lap and was able to take the win. I am so happy to bounce back from the off and with the progress that we have made. I cannot wait for my home race at Knockhill in Scotland in a few weeks. Thanks to the team and everyone who supports me.”