THE Ben Currie and Jack Kennedy battle in the Dickies British Supersport Championship title battle continued at Silverstone, writes TIM CRISP.

Salisbury's Gearlink Kawasaki rider Currie being second in the Championship it is all about sticking to the task and winning races and finishing ahead of title rival Jack Kennedy.

In the first of the weekend's two races it was Kennedy who held the upper hand with a second position result ahead of Currie by less than half a second, who crossed the line in third.

On Sunday the young Gearlink link rider gave the team the lift they needed, with a perfectly time break two laps from the end of the race to record his sixth win of the year, and Kennedy, was over two seconds behind in third place.

James Westmoreland on the other Gearlink bike recorded a sixth and 13th place results which is helping the team in the WNT Team Trophy, where the team are now just 14 points adrift of the top spot.

There were three BSB races over the weekend for Fraser Rogers where he record results of 20th, a non finish and saving his best until last with a 18th position finish in race three.

The next round of the Championships is this coming weekend at Oulton Park.