Two out of three G&S Racing Kawasaki riders successfully completed their races at Brands Hatch on Sunday with Kevin Van Leuven picking up points in the Stock 600 race, and Tom Fisher recording his best result of the current campaign in the Stock 1000 class.
However, Dominic Usher was unlucky to slide off at Druids on lap 12 of the Stock 1000 race while disputing a top-15 position within a large group of riders.
Dutch rider Van Leuven rode a fine race in the Superstock 600 class to finish in 11th place and pick up another five championship points to take his total to 30, which places him 12th in the rider standings.
Starting from a fifth-row grid position, he was boxed in on the run to Paddock Hill and was pushed back to 19th on the first lap.
But he regrouped and began to make headway through the midfielders to 15th on lap six of 14.
He made a pass on Paulo for 14th and with two laps remaining was up to 12th.
On the penultimate lap he overtook James Lodge and mounted a challenge on Joe Francis, who was just half a second ahead.
But he ran out of time and crossed the finish line in 11th place for another strong points finish.
Stock 1000 rookie Fisher (pictured) finished in 24th place.
By the time he returns to Brands Hatch for the season finale in October he will be looking to build on this performance and be knocking on the door of the top 15.
Usher slid off at Druids hairpin on lap 12.
The next round is at Thruxton on August 3.