Kyle Ryde doubled up at Silverstone on Sunday, winning races two and three as Glenn Irwin extended his lead in the overall standings with a pair of fourth-place finishes.
The victories made Ryde, 23, the seventh different winner in this year’s championship.
Josh Brookes (VisionTrack Ducati) finished in second (+1.686) while Jason O'Halloran (McAMS Yamaha) took third on the podium (+1.760) in race one, with McAMS Yamaha pair Tarran Mackenzie second (+1.549s) and Jason O'Halloran third (+1.649s) in race two.
'Superstar' Kyle Ryde wins race two at Silverstone
Championship leader Irwin (Honda Racing) finished fourth in both races, some +3.383s back in the first race and +3.421s in race two.
Irwin leads Josh Brookes (VisionTrack Ducati) and Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Products Racing Ducati) by 35 points in the overall standings.
- Glenn Irwin (Honda Racing) 157
- Josh Brookes (VisionTrack Ducati) 122
- Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Products Racing Ducati) 122
- Kyle Ryde (Buildbase Suzuki) 114
- Jason O'Halloran (McAMS Yamaha) 113
- Christian Iddon (VisionTrack Ducati) 106
- Tarran Mackenzie (McAMS Yamaha) 101
- Andrew Irwin (Honda Racing) 83
- Lee Jackson (Rapid Fulfillment FS-3 Kawasaki) 78
- Bradley Ray (SYNETIQ BMW) 48