SWINDON’S Max Cook enjoyed a faultless weekend in the second round of the Pirelli Junior Superstock season as he claimed two race wins at Oulton Park.

The teenager could not have enjoyed any more success courtesy of a maximum points haul as well as a lap record at the Cheshire circuit.

Cook topped both free-practice sessions on board his Yamaha R6 with times of 1:42:51 and 1:40:57

The weekend continued to improve for the Swindon talent as he stuck his Yamaha on the front row of the first-race grid courtesy of a sparkling time of 1:39:89 - 0.032 off the lap record.

Race one was a highly-eventful spectacle from the off as a number of incidents around the circuit prompted the safety car to be deployed.

With several incidents cleared, Cook resumed his race from the front of the pack and quickly got himself into a metronomic rhythm before gliding across the line first thanks to a new race lap record of 1:39:48.

After pocketing his first 25 points of the season, the Swindon racer began race two on pole and set about achieving a clean sweep.

The start of the second race was much more civilised with the majority of his competitors staying upright on lap one.

Lap two saw Max start to stretch his lead again, leaving the pack behind as he settled into his groove and once again crossed the line with a near-five second gap to his closest rival.

A perfect weekend left Cook third in the overall standings but just six points behind first place ahead of round three at the end of the month.

Meanwhile, Swindon’s Charlie Nesbitt endured a more difficult weekend in his Pirelli National Superstock campaign at Oulton Park.

After a pair of DNFs in the opening round, Nesbitt was once again ruing his luck in a pointless weekend, but this time due to mechanical gremlins rather than sliding off.

Nesbitt managed 13 laps in free-practice one and slotted into 11th place courtesy of a lap time which was just 1.150 seconds off pole.

Free-practice two was far more successful as Nesbitt posted the third-fastest time on lap seven of 16.

The Swindon racer then nabbed third in slightly damp qualifying conditions - Nesbitt placed himself on the front row thanks to his fastest time on lap eight of 11.

Hoping to score his first points of the season, Nesbitt began well but just two laps into the race his engine seized up and forced the Swindon man to retire.