A good days racing but the highlight of the meeting for me was the second British Superbike race and that incredible drag to the finish between Josh Brookes, Leon Haslam and Jake Dixon, with Haslam completing the race double. The start finish line isn't my usual vantage point as action shots there are generally confined to boring side on panning shots. However on this occasion nothing could have been further from the truth witnessing one of the most exciting finishes I've seen for some time.
Leon Haslam studies Josh Brookes and his McAMS Yamaha on the grid
Josh Brookes, McAMS Yamaha flat out along the straight
The last corner and Brookes leads Haslam and Dixon
Haslam starts to gain on Brookes closely followed by Dixon
Haslam and Brookes collide on the drag to the line - Jake Dixon hidden behind Haslam
Knees and elbows come into play, with Josh Brookes eventually losing out to Haslam and Dixon.
Tom Booth-Amos won both Motostar races and left Snetterton 2nd in the championship behind City Lifting teammate, Jake Arthur.
Cameron Horsman, Motostar, currently 5th in the Motostar standard class.
Sam Burman and Edmund Best during warm up.
John Hopkins, Moto Rapido Ducati, got up to third position in the second Superbike race before dropping to 5th due to front tyre problems .
Jason O'Halloran, Honda Racing, scored two third places.
Josh Brookes, Anvil Hire TAG Yamaha, second in both races. Leading from the start of the second race I thought a win was on the cards but Shane Byrne edged him out to win by 0.686 seconds.
Peter Hickman, Smiths Racing BMW, left Snetterton in 6th place of the championship.
Am I the only one who finds Big Ed slightly scary?
Tom Neave and Dan Stamper at the start of the Superstock 600 race. Neave went on to win, Stamper finishing 3rd.
The BSB grid is always a busy place
Michael Laverty showing no nerves
Shakey Byrne gives James Haydon his thoughts for the race
Michael Laverty on the Tyco BMW gets ready for the race
A last minute adjustment on the beautifully turned out Be Wiser Ducati
Leon Haslam at the ready.
Dan Linfoot gets all the information he needs
They just seem to get younger and younger!
On display outside Honda hospitality the highly desirable Honda RC213V-S