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Team Classic Suzuki's James McHardy bounced back from a crash in practice to collect four second placed finishes at Snetterton, despite suffering from cracked ribs.

Contesting the second round of the Bandit Challenge, McHardy fell on Friday, injuring his ribs in the process. However, he raced on and battled for wins all weekend.

In the opening race of the weekend he missed out on victory by a tenth of a second. Determined to go better in race two, he led for much of the action but a slide in the closing stages cost him drive and time, and he had to settle for another second.

Poor conditions on Sunday saw a red flag bring an early end to proceedings in the day's opener, with the victor of both of Saturday's races, Harley Prebble, again taking the chequered flag ahead of McHardy.

It was four from four for Prebble in the weekend's final race, as McHardy claimed another second place for his weekend's efforts.