EMS continued sponsorship of Team 109# at Brands Hatch


Team #109 had high hopes heading into the second round of the season at the Brands Hatch Indy circuit.  Aghadowey’s McGlinchey was once again the man to beat in the Dickies British Junior Supersport class, taking victory in the opening race of the weekend on Saturday , before scoring another two podium finishes in the remaining two races, standing on the second step both times and extending his lead in the championship to almost thirty points.


The weekend got off to a great start for the nineteen year old, finish free practice on Friday in third position, before going one place better in qualifying putting the Kawasaki Ninja 400 in the middle of the front row for the opening race of the weekend around the tight Indy track, finishing free practice in twenty-fifth, and starting from the track of the grid for the opening race after a difficult qualifying session.

With five podiums from the opening five races of the season, McGlinchey sits at a top of the championship standings with an impressive tally of one hundred and ten points, and a twenty nine point gap back to Kade Verwey in second position.  Glover is yet to score his first championship point, but after some promising performances this weekend, this is certainly not far away for the young Dubliner.

 Speaking about the weekend Team Manager Paul Tobin commented “Another excellent weekend for us as a team, Kevin showed his true championship crudentials this weekend with a great 5th place finish and more really good points in the bag as he heads into Oulton Park.


Pictured below Kevin Keyes on his way round to 5th place in the Pirelli Superstock 600 race.