"The team have given me a really strong bike this weekend, this place is all about compromises and our YZF-R6 worked well in both the fast and technical sections. Obviously I gave them even more work after qualifying so fair play to them. The longer race I anticipated a waiting game to keep the tyres good but actually I had to push hard almost from the off but it all panned out well. We also had strong wind and backmarkers to contend with so there was plenty going on, so I’m well happy with two wins."
"It’s been an interesting weekend, it was a fast old crash on Friday! I really struggled in that last, longer race today as my ribs were killing me but somehow we held on. So all things considered, 40 points is a right result."
"It’s been a cracking weekend, even if it started off with some drama! Brad was unlucky to have a big off which was none of his own fault but then battled through the pain for two really strong performances and again took more points from Seeley. Jack is on another level at the moment, circulating at record pace lap after lap.
The team again pulled out the stops after two crashes to get the bikes back to A1 condition and we look forward to Oulton Park with some exciting opportunities for 2020 already taking shape."
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