The race, which was open to Superbikes, Supersport and Superstock specification machines, was run over two 100 kilometre legs, 16 laps of the 6km circuit, and there was a star-stubbed international line-up. But to start with, things didnt go quite to plan for the 21-year-old Grafham racer after he had qualified in sixth position, the first of the competing Superstock riders. Changeable conditions meant that race was red flagged twice before it was abandoned with Railton battling his way up the leader board in eighth. Race two was a very different story, however. Following an indifferent start, the young rider began the race in 13th and finished it in a very credible fifth. Railton will be back in action in the National Metzeler Superstock 1000 championship series at Knockhill in Scotland this weekend.