Jenny Tinmouth was pleased with her weekend's racing as she took to the track for round four of the MCE British Superbikes Championship.
Honda Racing ace Tinmouth, 35, made progress on board her CBR1000RR Fireblade, posting encouraging times and crossed the line 22nd in race one before crashing out at 24th in race two having made her way through the pack.
Despite her disappointment at failing to finish the second race, Tinmouth was pleased with the improvements shown, registering a personal best on the Snetterton track.
"It's been a good day today (Sunday), said Tinmouth. "The first race was really good even though I made a mistake on the second lap and went straight on at the back straight.
"I did think I had blown it but I could still see the pack in front of me and managed to pass three riders, and did my personal best so chuffed to bits with that.
"The second race I got a good start and got into a different group, it was unfortunate that I crashed out as I had just passed someone and was trying to keep my position, but I pushed on a bit too hard and lost the front. Overall I'm happy with the weekend, with my lap times and the progress I've made."
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Tinmouth's Honda Racing team-mates Jason O'Halloran and Dan Linfoot were in excellent form as they registered top five finishes, with O'Halloran making his debut on the podium following two third-placed rides in Norfolk while Linfoot, returning from injury, finished fifth in race one and 10th in race two.
Havier Beltran, Honda team manager said: "This weekend has been really positive for all three riders. Jason of course scoring his debut championship podium in race one and backing it up in race two. Jason and his crew have worked so hard to make progress and at each round there's been an improvement, so we're really happy and looking forward to seeing how his season progresses.
"Dan coming back from his injury, taking fifth in race one was really positive and if you think about his recovery time from breaking his wrist it's amazing that he's back already and was running with the front group. Race two was good and finishing tenth has boosted his championship points so we're pleased with that.
"For Jenny, it's been another weekend chipping away and making progress, her lap times have been encouraging and to get her personal best here this weekend is another step forward. We're pleased with her progress and looking forward to Knockhill."
Round five of the British Superbikes Championship heads to the Scottish track of Knockhill for a three-day meet on July 3.