2010 British Superbike Oulton Park - Tommy Hill causes chaos

Complete mayhem in race 2 of the British Superbikes at Oulton Park. Tommy Hill outbrakes himself while trying to regain second place and takes out himself and James Ellison. Desperate to score some points and keep his championship lead, Hill remounts a broken Suzuki and gets himself back in the race. Meanwhile, Michael Laverty crashes out on the next lap, and then Hill's damaged machine throws him off at high speed and destroys itself, catching fire against the tyre wall. In the process of this crash, the bike dumps oil all over the track and wipes out all 4 of the riders battling for 16th place: Pauli Pekkanen, Chris Burns. Chris Seaton and Aaron Zanotti. Also included is WORX Suzuki team manager Jack Valentine's interview with Tony Carter about the one bike, one rider rule.

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