VALE team Jones Dorling Racing had a mixed weekend at Snetterton in round four of the British Superbike Championship's Superstock support series.
Ashley Beech, who qualified 29th, was hit by technical problems on the BMW 1000 and he had to retire on the second lap of the race despite a strong start.
The bike had been rebuilt with a new engine only three days before the meeting and had no testing time.
The Superstock 600 race saw determined Ewan Potter and Cameron Fraser get away well on their Yamahas after qualifying 26th and 18th respectively.
However, an incident on lap four that Fraser could not avoid caused him to come off but with no injury and little damage to the bike.
Potter battled through the field of 30 and knocked two seconds off his lap time.
A red flag brought the race to an early finish with him in 14th* place but it was his best result of the season and earned championship points.
*Due to a technical exclusion from another rider Ewan was granted a 13th Place and a few more points in the championship
The team have a few weeks to work on the BMW before the next round in Knockhill, Scotland.