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BTCC – Snetterton

Snetterton – ‘Diamond Double’
On Saturday 28th July the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship roared back into action for the sixth meeting of the season at Snetterton, located in Norfolk. This event was different to the other nine this year, being named the ‘Diamond Double’ because race three of the weekend was extended to see the cars race for sixty miles to celebrate sixty years of the BTCC.
The notorious Matt Neal saw another landmark moment in his career occur after taking the victory in the ‘Double Diamond’ race aboard his Halfords Yuasa Racing FK8 Honda CivicType R. The ‘Diamond Double’ race was a one off 60 mile long race with all cars being ballast free, double points were also on offer.
The thirty race season and overall championship remained the main goal for the drivers and teams but this race was one they all wanted and looked forward to.
Jack Goff made a good start from pole position in his WIX Racing with Eurotech run Civic Type R, keeping Neal at bay. A quick shower of rain allowed the latter to close in on the bumper of Goff. On lap nine, Neal managed to dive past Goff whilst Speedworks Motorsports’ Tom Ingram followed behind watching the entertainment unfold aboard his Toyota Avensis. The three drivers were inseparable for the remainder of the memorable race, Neal held on to take the victory ahead of Goff and Ingram completing the podium. The victory was Neal’s sixty-third win in his career.
Race one of the weekend was a classic BTCC race as Goff and Team BMR’s reigning champion Ash Sutton crossed the finishing line together in a photo finish. The two were playing cat and mouse throughout the race with Sutton storming through from seventh to second on the opening lap of the race. Goff got a blinding start off the line and began opening up a gap that built to being more than three seconds before Sutton began closing in.
After setting multiple fastest laps during the middle of the race the Subaru racer was on the tail of Goff with just two laps remaining. Some contact occurred between the two with Sutton leading the duo along the start finish straight before Goff stormed alongside, bringing a photo finish to the race with the Honda driver taking the win. He won by just 0.152 seconds. Halfords Yuasa Racing’s Dan Cammish completed the podium.
Ash Sutton hit back in the second race as he took his third win of the season aboard his Adrian Flux backed Subaru. He narrowly fended off Power Maxed TAG Racing’s Josh Cook throughout the race. Tom Ingram was the standout driver in that race as he produced one of the best drives of the season as he stormed his way through from twenty-seventh on the grid to claim third place, taking a podium nobody thought he would. Ingram made amazing passes throughout the race with his final two moves bringing all of his team to their feet. He diced down the inside of BTC Norlin Racing’s Chris Smiley with just over one lap of the race remaining before storming up the side of Cammish to the line, beating the Honda to the line to take his podium finish by just 0.042 seconds.
With the dust settling after the historic day of racing in the BTCC paddock, Speedworks Motorsport’s Tom Ingram leaves Snetterton in the lead of the overall Drivers’ championship by five points over Team BMW’s Colin Turkington. BMW are still leading the Manufacturers’ title but Halfords Yuasa Racing moved into the lead of the Teams’ title race. Speedworks Motorsport are still in the lead of both the Independent drivers’ and team’s championship. Dan Cammish is in the lead of the Jack Sears Trophy.
The next rounds (19, 20 and 21) of the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship will take place at Rockingham in two weeks’ time (11/12 August).
2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship – Round 16 – Snetterton
1. Jack GOFF – WIX Racing with Eurotech
2. Ashley SUTTON – Adrian Flux Subaru Racing
3. Dan CAMMISH – Halfords Yuasa Racing
4. Josh COOK – Power Maxed TAG Racing
5. Sam TORDOFF – Team GardX Racing with Motorbase
6. Rob AUSTIN – DUO Motorsport with HMS Racing
7. Chris SMILEY – BTC Norlin Racing
8. Tom OLIPHANT – Ciceley Motorsport
9. Dan LLOYD – BTC Norlin Racing
10. Adam MORGAN – Mac Tools with Ciceley Motorsport
2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship – Round 17 – Snetterton
1. Ashley SUTTON – Adrian Flux Subaru Racing
2. Josh COOK – Power Maxed TAG Racing
3. Tom INGRAM – Speedworks Motorsport
4. Dan CAMMISH – Halfords Yuasa Racing
5. Chris SMILEY – BTC Norlin Racing
6. Sam TORDOFF – Team GardX Racing with Motorbase
7. Senna PROCTOR – Power Maxed TAG Racing
8. Tom OLIPHANT – Ciceley Motorsport
9. Andrew JORDAN – BMW Pirtek Racing
10. Ant WHORTON-EALES – AmD with AutoAid/RCIB Insurance Racing
2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship – Round 18:
‘The Diamond Double’ – Snetterton
1. Matt NEAL – Halfords Yuasa Racing
2. Jack GOFF – WIX Racing with Eurotech
3. Tom INGRAM – Speedworks Motorsport
4. Andrew JORDAN – BMW Pirtek Racing
5. Tom CHILTON – Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher
6. Colin TURKINGTON – Team BMW
7. Josh COOK – Power Maxed TAG Racing
8. Matt SIMPSON – Simpson Racing
9. Dan LLOYD – BTC Norlin Racing
10. Bobby THOMPSON – Team HARD with Trade Price Cars
Penalties
Qualifying:
– Rob Austin received a verbal warning for an incident involving Ash Sutton. This does not count as a strike.
Race 2:
– Ollie Jackson received a verbal warning for an incident involving Matt Neal.
Race 3:
– Rob Austin was officially reprimanded and given two penalty points for an incident involving Tom Oliphant.
– Senna Proctor was penalised by the addition of 0.1 seconds to his race time following an incident involving Ollie Jackson. This does not count as a strike.

BTCC- Croft

Ash Sutton got his title defence underway by taking a double win at Croft. BTC Norlin’s Dan Lloyd took the final win of the day becoming the latest BTCC race winner.
Sutton claimed pole position in qualifying before dominating race one taking a lights to flag victory in the opening race before fighting his way past Speedworks Motorsport’s Tom Ingram in race two to take his second victory of the weekend. Subaru scored a one-two finish in the opening race of the weekend when Jason Plato finished in second place behind Sutton.
Sutton’s first win of the weekend was in comfort as Plato battled with BMW Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan for almost the entire race. The latter slipped into second on the run to turn one on lap one before having to defend from Plato before he managed to nip past the BMW. Things began getting worse for Jordan in the BMW as he began struggling with his rear tyres, losing his chances of a podium after running off the track as they headed through Clervaux late in the race. This off track moment allowed Ingram to slip past onto the podium.
Sam Tordoff drove a defensive race to get his Team GardX Racing with Motorbase Ford Focus in fourth by the flag. He held off the Team BMW duo of Colin Turkington and Rob Collard for the whole seventeen lap race whilst Josh Cook looked on from behind in his Power Maxed TAG Racing Vauxhall Astra.
Sutton, Ingram and Plato all went three wide as they headed down to Clervaux at the start of race two, when the dust finally settled it was Ingram who led the pack. Plato was handed a drive through penalty after being judged to have jumped the start. Sutton managed to slip back past Ingram as the two headed through the Hairpin on the second tour of the Yorkshire circuit. After all the early entertainment in the race it was Sutton who led to the flag with Ingram following and Turkington rounding out the podium. Tordoff settled for fourth.
BTC Norlin’s Dan Lloyd went on to win the final race of the day. Not only was it the Yorkshireman’s first ever win in the BTCC championship, the win was made even sweeter for Lloyd as it was at his home track. This was the first step of success for the BTC Norlin Racing team. Tom Chilton took second in his Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher after firing his Ford Focus off the line from fourth to second. Power Maxed TAG Racing’s Senna Proctor took third place.
After leaving Croft, Colin Turkington remains in the lead of the overall Drivers’ championship after he secured three top five finishes over the weekend. BMW hold their advantage in the Manufacturers and Teams’ title fights. Tom Ingram and Speedworks Motorsport lead the Independent drivers’ and teams’ titles. Dan Lloyd took a clean sweep of wins in the Jack Sears Trophy but Dan Cammish still leads the way.
The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship now enters its five week mid season break, it will return to action on the 28/29th July at Snetteron, located in Norfolk.
2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship – Round 13 – Croft Circuit
1.Ashley SUTTON -Adrian Flux Subaru Racing
2.Jason PLATO – Adrian Flux Subaru Racing
3.Tom INGRAM – Speedworks Motorsport
4.Sam TORDOFF – Team GardX Racing with Motorbase
5.Colin TURKINGTON – Team BMW
6.Rob COLLARD – Team BMW
7.Josh COOK – Power Maxed TAG Racing
8.Dan LLOYD – BTC Norlin Racing
9.Matt NEAL – Halfords Yuasa Racing
10.Andrew JORDAN – BMW Pirtek Racing
2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship – Round 14 – Croft Circuit
1.Ashley SUTTON – Adrian Flux Subaru Racing
2.Tom INGRAM – Speedworks Motorsport
3.Colin TURKINGTON – Team BMW
4.Sam TORDOFF – Team GardX Racing with Motorbase
5.Andrew JORDAN – BMW Pirtek Racing
6.Tom CHILTON – Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher
7.Matt NEAL – Halfords Yuasa Racing
8.Senna PROCTOR – Power Maxed TAG Racing
9.Dan LLOYD – BTC Norlin Racing
10.Rory BUTCHER – AmD with AutoAid/RCIB Insurance Racing
2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship – Round 15 – Croft Circuit
1.Dan LLOYD – BTC Norlin Racing
2.Tom CHILTON – Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher
3.Senna PROCTOR – Power Maxed TAG Racing
4.Matt NEAL – Halfords Yuasa Racing
5.Colin TURKINGTON – Team BMW
6.Andrew JORDAN – BMW Pirtek Racing
7.Ashley SUTTON – Adrian Flux Subaru Racing
8.Sam TORDOFF – Team GardX Racing with Motorbase
9.Tom INGRAM – Speedworks Motorsport
10.Dan CAMMISH – Halfords Yuasa Racing
Penalties:
Weekend:
– Adrian Flux Subaru Racing has had 10 points deducted from the Manufacturers’ and Teams’ Championships having changed an engine above the number permitted
– BTC Norlin Racing has had 10 points deducted from the Teams’ Championships having changed an engine above the number permitted
Qualifying:
– Matt Simpson was verbally warned for driving in a manner incompatible with general safety or departing from the standard of a reasonably competent driver
Race 1:
– Josh Price received a verbal warning for an incident involving Aiden Moffat
Race 2:
– Rory Butcher was officially reprimanded and received two penalty points for an incident involving James Cole
Race 3:
– Tom Oliphant was penalised by the addition of 9.5 seconds to his race time for gaining an unfair advantage. This does not count as a strike
– Ash Sutton was penalised by the addition of one second to his race time for gaining an unfair advantage. This does not count as a strike

BTCC – Thruxton

 

This weekend saw the British Touring Car Championship roar into Thruxton Race Circuit, located in Hampshire. Halfords Yuasa Racing’s Matt Neal, Power Maxed TAG Racing’s Josh Cook and Mac Tools with Ciceley Motorsport’s Adam Morgan took a win apiece. This sees Morgan move into the lead of the championship standings as the championship heads to Oulton Park next.  

Neal dominated the opening race of the day, taking a lights-to-flag victory, keeping Team BMW’s Colin Turkington at bay for sixteen laps. The season so far had been largely in the favour of the young drivers but Neal showed that the experienced drivers are still more than capable when he fought back to take the first pole position in the new Type R. Turkington pulled alongside as the pair accelerated off the line before Neal managed to get ahead and stay there until the end of the race but was kept honest by the BMW driver every corner for the sixteen lap race.

Sam Tordoff chased down Neal’s teammate Dan Cammish aboard his Team GardX Racing with Motorbase run Ford Focus to catch the Honda man in an attempt to take the final podium position. Cammish fought back and took third place with Tordoff taking fourth. The latters stablemate Tom Chilton in one of the Shredded Wheat backed Focus RS’ rounded out the top five.

Josh Cook kept his winning form going as the Power Maxed TAG Racing driver took the victory in race two. Neal started on pole but was unable to hang on as they accelerated off the line, Turkington blasted ahead into the lead on the entrance into the Complex. Cammish bogged down as the race started which allowed Tordoff and BMW Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan to fly past, fighting for third place. The Power Maxed TAG Racing duo of Josh Cook and Senna Proctor soon started to make progress as they slipped past Chilton. Proctor’s progress stopped there but his teammate Cook charged forward, quickly passing Tordoff and Jordan. He then went on to drive around the outside of Neal at the final chicane to take second. By the tenth lap of the race Cook was challenging Turkington for the lead of the race. His moment came at the end of lap eleven as he passed Turkington around the outside, which saw Cook move into the lead. Turkington finished the race in second ahead of Neal in third, Tordoff in fourth, Jordan in fifth and Proctor in sixth.

Mac Tools with Ciceley Motorsport’ Adam Morgan took his second victory of the season so far in the final race of the day at Thruxton. He led the race from the moment the lights went out until the flag flew at the start line at the wheel of his Mercedes Benz A-Class. Morgan got a blinding start off the line and defended well from a quick starting Senna Proctor. WIX Racing with Eurotech’s Jack Goff was crawling all over the bumper of Proctor’s Astra which allowed Morgan some breathing space. Goff made his move stick on the youngster towards the end of the race but he was unable to chase down or challenge Morgan for the lead. Tordoff enjoyed a strong weekend as he took his third top five result of the race weekend as he finished in fourth. Turkington finished the final race in fifth, which puts himself back into strong championship contention.

Morgan now leads the overall Drivers’ championship by just a single point ahead of Cook in second. Tom Ingram sits third in the championship with ten points splitting second and third after he suffered a rather challenging day, suffering a DNF in the opening race. However, the rapid Toyota driver went on to take a brand new lap record in the final race.

Yvan Muller’s Thruxton lap record was set in 2002 and had been the longest standing lap record on the BTCC calendar but was beaten multiple times during the weekend this year. Ingram now holds the lap record of 1:17.060s.

Vauxhall leave Thruxton in the lead of the Manufacturers’ standings. Power Maxed TAG Racing leave in the lead of the Team’s championship. Mac Tools with Ciceley Motorsport’s Adam Morgan leads both the Independents Teams’ and Drivers’ championship tables. A trio of top ten finishes sees BTC Norlin Racing’s Chris Smiley now at the head of the Jack Sears Trophy.

The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship returns in three weeks’ time at Oulton Park.

At the end of racing at Thruxton some drivers were handed penalties, those being;

  • Michael Caine – received a verbal warning and two penalty points for an incident involving Tom Boardman during race one.
  • Josh Cook – received a verbal warning for gaining an unfair advantage in an incident involving Andrew Jordan in race two.
  • James Cole received a verbal warning for an incident involving Tom Oliphant in race two.

Adrian Flux Subaru Racing were deducted 10 points in the Manufacturers’ and Teams’ championship as they exceeded the engine allowance for this season.

© Fay Tilley  May 2018

 

BTCC Brands Hatch

The opening round of the British Touring Car Championship got underway on the 7th/8th of April at Brands Hatch,using the Indy circuit format.
Qualifying took place on Saturday afternoon at around 3:15pm where Wix Racing with Eurotech’s Jack Goff came out on top, taking pole position for the first race of the new season. Joining Goff on the front row was Team GardX Racing with Motorbase’s Sam Tordoff ahead of Team BMW’s Colin Turkington and Halfords Yuasa’s Dan Cammish on row two.
The three races took place on Sunday with three different drivers each taking a win as well as nine different drivers taking the steps on the podium.
Race one saw Jack Goff take the win ahead of Team BMW’s Colin Turkington and BMW Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan. During the race twenty-seven laps were completed with many trading places before the chequered flag came out.
Three drivers failed to complete the first lap of the race, those drivers being; Trade Price Cars with Brisky Racing’s Mike Bushell, Eurotech run Matt Simpson and Halfords Yuasa Racing’s Matt Neal. Power Maxed TAG Racing’s Josh Cook was not classified in the results after only completing eighteen racing laps. Post race BTC Norlin Racing’s Chris Smiley was handed a 0.6 second time penalty for breaching regulation C2.3 due to gaining an unfair advantage over a fellow competitor.
Post race BTC Norlin Racing’s James Nash received a verbal warning for an incident with Senna Proctor.
Race two saw Jack Goff once again start from pole position. The race began to confuse a lot of people when the leader changed three times over two laps of the race with Power Maxed TAG Racing’s Senna Proctor going on to win the race, taking his first BTCC career victory. Trade Price Cars with Brisky Racing’s Jake Hill took his first podium in the BTCC with a second place finish ahead of AMD with Cobra Exhausts’ Ollie Jackson, who also took his first BTCC podium in third place.
Three drivers failed to finish the race, those being; Team Parker Racing’s Stephen Jelley, Ciceley Motorsport’s Tom Oliphant and Team HARD with Trade Price Cars’ Bobby Thompson.
Post race AMD with Autoaid/RCIB Insurance Racing’s Tom Boardman received a verbal warning for an incident with Matt Neal. Senna Proctor was also given a verbal warning for an incident with Aiden Moffat.
For the final race of the weekend it was Duo Motorsport with HMS Racing’s Rob Austin on pole position with Laser Tools Racing’s Aiden Moffat alongside. After twenty-seven laps of the race had been completed it was Speedworks Motorsport’s Tom Ingram who came out on top to take the victory. Mac Tools with Ciceley Motorsport’s Adam Morgan finished in second place ahead of Rob Austin in third.
Three drivers failed to complete the race, those being; Team BMW’s Rob Collard, Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher’s James Cole and BTC Norlin Racing’s James Nash.
Post race five drivers were handed penalties. Mike Bushell receieved an official reprimand and had his license endorsed with two points for an incident involving Aiden Moffat. Team BMR’s Ashley Sutton receieved a verbal warning for an incident with James Nash. Senna Proctor received an official reprimand and had his license endorsed with two points for an incident with James Nash. Stephen Jelley received an official reprimand and had his license endorsed with two points for an incident with Tom Chilton. The final driver to be penalized was Jack Goff, he was given a verbal warning for an incident with Ollie Jackson.
© Fay Tilley 2018

BTCC – Donington Park

The second race meeting of the British Touring Car Championship took place at Donington Park on the 28th/29th April. The weekend saw a new pole sitter for this season as well as three different winners during the races, resulting in five different winners so far. Josh Cook, Tom Ingram and Adam Morgan took a win each. Speedworks Motorsport’s Ingram is the only driver to get two wins during the 2018 season so far. The average age of the three winners from Donington Park is just twenty-six years, the three wowed the crowds of thousands of spectators around the circuit on race day which more than made up for the weather fans had braced on the Saturday.
Qualifying saw Power Maxed TAG Racing’s Josh Cook take pole position in one of the two Vauxhall Astra’s with BTC Norlin Racing’s Chris Smiley alongside on the grid in second aboard his Honda Civic Type R, his best qualifying yet in the BTCC. Third on the grid went to Sam Tordoff at the wheel of the Team GardX Racing with Motorbase’s Ford Focus RS ahead of Halfords Yuasa Racing’s Dan Cammish in one of the new for 2018 Honda Civic Type Rs. Laser Tools Racing’s Aiden Moffat qualified his Mercedes in fifth ahead of Wix Racing with Eurotech’s Jack Goff alongside in sixth aboard his Honda Civic Type R. BTC Norlin Racing’s second Honda in the hands of returning BTCC racer James Nash finished the qualifying session in seventh ahead of Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher’s Tom Chilton in eighth. Wix Racing with Eurotech’s #39 Honda Civic Type R in the hands of Brett Smith qualified in ninth with Ciceley Motorsport’s Tom Oliphant rounding out the top ten.
Race one saw Josh Cook take his first victory in the 2018 season ahead of Cammish in second and Moffat in third. Initially Cook got a great start but second placed Chris Smiley got the jump as they headed into turn one at Redgate to briefly snatch the lead, followed through by Tordoff. Lap two saw Cook back in the lead of the race with Cammish having passed Tordoff and Smiley to be running in second place ahead of Tordoff in third, Moffat in fourth and Smiley in fourth.
Smiley was holding out well before Brett Smith pounced and demoted the BTC Norlin driver to sixth. Lap five saw Jack Goff, James Cole, Colin Turkington, Senna Proctor and Tom Ingram all battling for seventh place. Half a lap later the battle got a tad too close with Turkington receiving contact forcing him take to the grass.
Three laps later saw Goff leading a train of half a dozen cars as they all wanted to break inside the top ten with the Honda driver holding his position in tenth. On lap fourteen the order up the front was; Cook, Cammish, Moffat, Smith, Cole, Neal, Smiley, Proctor, Oliphant and Turkington in the top ten which is how the race ended.
After the race Power Maxed TAG Racing’s Senna Proctor was handed his third strike of the season for an incident involving Team BMW’s Colin Turkington. As a result of his third strike the youngster will start the second race from the back of the grid. The only driver to not finish the race was Team GardX Racing with Motorbase’s Sam Tordoff as he retired in the pits after completing just ten racing laps.
Race two of the day saw championship leader Tom Ingram take victory after starting in thirteenth on the grid. Chris Smiley was immensely happy with how he drove in the second race as he took both his and BTC Norlin Racing’s first ever podium in the BTCC. Jack Goff completed the overall podium in third.
At the start of the second race it was Dan Cammish who got a rocket start and found himself in the lead, he soon found himself struggling to hang on to the lead as he was battling against the harder compound tyre. Drivers on the Dunlop Sportmaxx Prime tyre were able to storm their way through. Smiley and Ingram were both on the prime tyre and at about half race distance they began putting Cammish under immense pressure, Ingram followed Smiley through as they both passed the leader. Smiley then ran wide on lap ten, allowing Ingram to see his opportunity to pass and take over the lead of the race on the run down to the final chicane.
Jack Goff rounded out the podium in third after starting in twelfth. Cammish drove his Honda to the best of his ability to take fourth. Adam Morgan finished the second race in fifth ahead of James Cole in sixth, race one winner Josh Cook in seventh and reigning champion Ashley Sutton in eighth. Ninth place went to Rory Butcher with Tom Chilton rounding out the top ten.
Three drivers failed to complete the race, those being; BTC Norlin Racing’s James Nash after completing no laps, Team BMW’s Colin Turkington and AMD with Cobra Exhausts’ Sam Smelt who both completed eight laps of the race.
Jack Goff was the ony driver to be penalized in the second race of the weekend after receiving his second strike for an incident with Josh Cook.
After race two Jonathan Palmer, the boss of MSV circuits completed the reverse grid draw for the final race of the day. He pulled out number nine, promoting Rory Butcher on to pole position for the final race.
Initially Butcher held on to the lead of the race as the field launched off the line at the start.  Reigning champion Ashley Sutton and Ciceley Motorsport’s Adam Morgan managed to pass the MG racer before the end of lap one. Drama surfaced through the pack as Power Maxed TAG Racing’s Senna Proctor, Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher’s James Cole, Team GardX Racing with Motorbase’s Sam Tordoff, Wix Racing with Eurotech’s Brett Smith and Autoglym Academy’s Josh Price all saw their races ended on the opening lap of the race. Due to the multi car collision and the number of stranded cars around the circuit a safety car was called out to allow the cars to be moved to a safe place.
On lap eight Morgan made his all important move to take the lead of the race from reigning champion Sutton. The latter then fell into the clutches of the chasing pack. Morgan took the win from Josh Cook in second and Aiden Moffat rounding out the overall podium in third place. Team BMW’s Rob Collard finished the final race in fourth ahead of fellow BMW racer Andrew Jordan aboard the BMW Pirtek Racing 1-series. Sutton completed the race to take sixth ahead of Halfords Yuasa Racing’s Matt Neal in seventh and Tom Ingram in eighth. Ninth place went to Tom Chilton with Trade Price Cars with Brisky Racing’s Jake Hill rounding out the top ten.
Seven drivers did not manage to finish the race, those being; Price, Smith, Cole and Tordoff who did not complete any laps, Proctor finished one lap before retiring in the pit lane, Tom Boardman retired his MG after ten laps of the race and Dan Cammish only completed eleven laps before retiring. BTC Norlin Racing’s Chris Smiley was not classified in the results after completing fifteen laps of the race.
Upon leaving Donington Park Speedworks Motorsport’s Tom Ingram leads the Drivers’ standings by seven points from Adam Morgan with Josh Cook a further eight points behind in third.
The Power Maxed TAG Racing team running Vauxhall’s currently lead the Manufacturers’ standings as well as the Teams’ championship standings.
Ingram and Speedworks Motorsport lead the Independents’ standings. Dan Cammish currently leads the Jack Sears Trophy.
Jake Hill currently sits at the top of Dunlop’s #ForeverForward standings as he has been the driver to make the most passes so far this season.

The next round of the season takes place at Thruxton, located in Hampshire on the 19th/20th May.

 © Fay Tilley 2018