Setback for Team Appleyard Macadam with Jack Kennedy ruled out

Jack Kennedy’s winning streak came to an unceremonious end at Donington Park this weekend after a crash in the first race resulted in a cracked scaphoid. Brad Jones continued his impressive learning curve with two more podiums.

“I’m gutted to be honest. The weekend was going well but a big high-side has cost us massively. I felt I could have ridden but rules are rules and safety has to come first. I need to get back to see the specialist and then rest up ready for Brands Hatch.”

Jack Kennedy

“It’s actually been a good weekend on our side of the garage but obviously disappointment for Jack. We have a good set-up now that seems to work in all conditions with a bit of tweaking. Battling with Seeley has been good for me, I know I can lead and win, I just need to put it all together.”

Brad Jones

“We’ve experienced the highs and lows of racing this weekend. It just goes to show how quickly it can all change but we also know it’s a long season and anything can happen. We saw a great performance by Brad this afternoon, he couldn’t have done anything more and was so close to that win.”

Robin Appleyard

Dickies British Supersport Championship Standings

1. Alastair Seeley (EHA Racing Yamaha) 130

2. Jack Kennedy (Integro Yamaha - Colin Appleyard Macadam Team) 100

3. Brad Jones (Integro Yamaha - Colin Appleyard Macadam Team) 100

From all at Colin Appleyard we'd like to wish Jack a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing him back in action at Brands Hatch - (14th - 16th June)!