Wrapping up their end-of-the-season British Superbike weekend at Brands Hatch, MotoAmerica’s “Jersey Boys” Gus Rodio, Brandon Paasch, and Anthony Mazziotto finished 7th, 10th, and 22nd, respectively in their individual race classes.
Rodio followed up his fourth-place result in Saturday’s HEL Performance British Junior Supersport race one with a seventh-place finish aboard his luxeStar VIP SymCirrus Kawasaki Ninja 400 in Sunday’s 10-lap race two. Former MotoAmerica rider Jack Roach, who raced a Completely Motorbikes Affinity Kawasaki Ninja 400, finished as runner-up in the race.
Paasch, who competed in BSB National Superstock at Brands Hatch, started Sunday’s race from 12th position on the grid aboard his Hawk Racing Suzuki GSX-R1000, and he improved two places during the 14-lap event, crossing the finish line in 10th position for his best result of the weekend. After the race, Paasch commented, “Found some pace in today’s race, clicking off the sixth- or seventh-fastest lap of the race. Super-happy with the progress made this weekend. I hope I get another crack at this championship as I think there is a potential to run at the front.”
Mazziotto, who qualified 26th on Saturday in Junior Superstock aboard his luxeStar VIP Affinity Kawasaki ZX-6R, and then improved to a 21st-place result in Saturday’s race one, rounded out his BSB weekend with a 22nd-place result in Sunday’s Junior Superstock race two.