Jack Kennedy has said he’s a little unhappy that he qualified 6th despite sitting in third for a large part of this afternoon’s World Supersport qualifying at Doningotn Park. The Irishman looked to be set for his career-first front row start in the series until he was knocked from the position by fast laps from wildcard Glen Richards,
|Kennedy is aiming for the box at Donington
Florian Marino and Pata Honda’s Lorenzo Zanetti.
Nevertheless Kennedy is still upbeat, pointing out last time out at Monza he qualified 17th. Kennedy, runner up of the British Supersport title in 2012 claimed a best result of 7th at Assen two rounds ago and has said if a podium isn’t doable he definitely wants to better that.
Speaking to PaddockChatter this evening, Kennedy said: “It was a great session for us, we were up in the top three for most of the session and I put a lot of consistent laps in as well unlike a lot of others who maybe put in one lap that got them up there at the end. Yeah I’m a bit unhappy to fall back to the end of the second row but you can’t complain when you look at the likes of Monza I was 17th on the grid and here I’m 6th, so yeah we’ll have a play in warm up tomorrow and see how we go. I would love a podium tomorrow but obviously I want to better my best position which is 7th so if a podium isn’t doable I want to better that”