It was round 10 for Tarran in the World SSP, this time at MotorLand Aragón, Spain. With it nearing the end of the season, much needed points were up for grabs with only 3 rounds left. Tarran is currently in the chasing pack to try and break into that top 10 of the Championship standings and with a good end to the season, Tarran might just sneak in.

To start the weekend, Tarran finished the qualifying round coming in only 3 seconds slower than the leader.

For race 1, Tarran finished 50 seconds behind the eventual winner of the race and putting him 26th in the standings for race 1.

For race 2, Tarran finished 2 sectors behind the eventual winner, finishing in an improved position of 22nd.

This leaves Tarran 17th in the championship standings on 40 points and needing 2 good rounds to finish off the season to have a chance in coming inside the top 10.

Here’s what Tarran had to say: “A tough weekend but not unexpected. I knew the Spanish World Supersport round in Aragon would be tough as my bike isn’t the strongest on long fast straights.

From the first practice I was stuck in Strugglesville and I knew there was no way out. Finishing 22nd is not what I would’ve wanted”.

Tarran then went on to say: “Fortunately, I only have to wait four days before I’m back in action in Portimão and a circuit that should work better for us. Have no fear I’ll be recharged and reset and giving full gas as always!”

Tarran will be back on the track this weekend in the Algarve at Portimão, Portugal. This will be the penultimate round for Tarran in this seasons World SSP and will be looking for some important championship points. Good luck Tarran!