On the Friday, both free practice sessions were very productive in terms of bike set up to be under Tolliday’s personal best (PB) time by 0.4 seconds.
On Saturday it was a decent dry session for qualifying that saw Tolliday manage to push another 0.2 under that PB time and put him 18th in class for the Sprint Race.
Tolliday said: “In the 12-lap Sprint Race, there was very difficult conditions as it rained heavily, so visibility was also poor when out on track.
“Got a poor get away off the line but was quite aggressive into turn one and gained three positions.
“I had a great battle with four or five other riders for the majority of the race to come across the finish-line placed 12th in class and take away four championship points.”
Tolliday clocked a time of 2:04.383.
The Cayton biker added: “On Sunday we missed warm-up as we weren’t going to gain anything from the track conditions at the time.
“In the Feature Race (18 Laps) we got a decent start this time and made up a couple of places off the start but they were quickly conceded to the faster lads in the race.
“We ended up with a pretty lonely race unfortunately but still took 14th place for a couple of points for the championship and a nice clean weekend.
“It was a solid weekend really, and a very nice end to our season.
“Time to regroup and find our feet ready for next season.
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