The Australian came second for the CFS Filtration No Bull Racing team in the first race of the meeting before crashing in the second race while challenging for the lead and he also set the fastest lap of the meeting.
Brayden (27) said: “Leaving Knockhill with my head held high after a strong weekend. Such a shame to throw it away while fighting for the win. Maybe I was a bit too hungry for victory but I guess that’s what makes me a racer. Will put it down to experience, I’m unhurt and the bike will go again so onwards from here.
“Overall, we took a podium, set the fastest lap of the weekend and walked away as the championship leader. We have a few weeks to get sorted and come back swinging at round five.”
Mark Hallam, Marketing Manager of ignition and sensor specialist NGK Spark Plugs (UK) Ltd, said: “It’s fantastic to see Brayden lead the championship as we go into a short break. He is riding incredibly well and I’m sure his fans can’t wait for the next round of the championship when it resumes next month.”
Brayden has 106 points, one point ahead of second-placed Tim Neave as the series heads to Brands Hatch on July 24-26.
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Worldwide: NGK SPARK PLUG is one of the leading automotive and technical ceramics suppliers, with its corporate headquarters in Nagoya, Japan and sales organisations and production facilities all over the world. The automotive side of the company specialises in the fields of ignition and sensor technology, supplying Original Equipment customers across the globe. For the Aftermarket, its product portfolio comprises spark plugs, glow plugs, ignition coils and leads under the NGK Ignition Parts brand. Under the brand NTK Vehicle Electronics the company offers oxygen sensors (including NOx sensors), exhaust gas temperature sensors (EGTS), mass air flow (MAF) and manifold absolute/boost pressure (MAP) sensors as well as engine speed and position sensors. With around 16,400 employees, the company’s automotive and technical ceramics activities generate a total annual turnover of around 3.7 billion Euros worldwide. NGK SPARK PLUG’s EMEA sales represent 32% of this global turnover. NGK SPARK PLUG operates on all continents and has 60 group companies, 35 production plants, five Technical Centres and three Venture Labs.
Aftermarket EMEA: NGK SPARK PLUG has seen significant growth across the Aftermarket since expanding beyond motorcycle parts into the automotive sector in the 1970s. With an outstanding commitment to quality, technology and research & development the company has become the world’s number one in spark plugs and oxygen sensors, and a leading provider of glow plugs, ignition coils and leads as well as further sensor technology. Organisationally NGK SPARK PLUG’s regional headquarters in Ratingen, Germany serves the Aftermarket across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In the EMEA region the company has six regional companies and more than 1,000 employees, as well as two production plants in France and South Africa and a Technical Centre in Germany.
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