Thousands of people enjoyed all the thrills and spills Knockhill had to offer over the weekend as some of the world’s best bike racers took to the Fife track.
Sunday afternoon’s main event saw 180mph wheel-to-wheel action during the latest round of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship (BSB), but a packed support package provided plenty of entertainment for racing enthusiasts throughout the three-day event.
Wet weather unfortunately wreaked havoc with the schedule on Saturday, with rain delaying and eventually reducing qualifying to a 40-minute session which saw Xavi Fores secure Honda’s first pole position since 2017.
Northern Irish rider Keith Farmer suffered fractures to both lower legs in a heavy crash in qualifying on Saturday which saw him come off his Tyco BMW at turn three and become tangled with his machine.
Farmer, who had been second fastest in the rain affected qualifying session, was treated at the circuit’s medical centre before being transferred to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.