New records and fierce competition in prospect for 2016 season finale

Media release: 20th September 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

The fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK, the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, returns to the historic Brands Hatch circuit for the final chapter of 2016, the same venue that opened the season back in March.

Last time out at Silverstone, reigning champion Dan Cammish (Redline Racing) became only the third driver in 14 years to secure back-to-back championships. Even by his high standards, 2016 has proven to be an outstanding season. Never short of motivation to win, at Brands Hatch Cammish has the opportunity to cement his position in Porsche Carrera Cup GB history by taking the highest number of wins in a season. The 2016 champion needs just one more victory to break the record he jointly holds with two-times champion Tim Harvey of 11 wins.

The stand-out performances of Cammish and his Redline Racing team have pushed the other drivers hard, with rounds 13 and 14 providing some of the closest racing of 2016.

One driver wanting to deny Cammish the record is Porsche GB 2016/2017 Scholar Charlie Eastwood (Redline Racing). A flat-spotted tyre in qualifying for rounds 13 and 14 could not prevent Eastwood charging to the podium from 11th on the grid. The 21-year-old laid claim to the 2016 Rookie championship with two fighting drives, and his late season form suggests he could be most likely to challenge for the top step.

Defending from the flying Eastwood for second in the championship, and the only driver other than Cammish to win a race in 2016, is Dino Zamparelli (GT Marques). Five fastest laps and three race wins have given the Bristol-based driver a 14 point advantage, and a podium finish in round 14 signalled a return to the early season form that saw him challenging for the championship lead.

Impressive recent performances from Stephen Jelley (Team Parker Racing) and Tom Oliphant (Team Redline), both second-place finishers this season, along with Lewis Plato (Team Redline) and Alessandro Latif (GT Marques) will make it tight at the top.

The Pro-Am1 contenders arrive with Euan McKay (IN2 Racing) crowned 2016 champion after taking eight wins in his maiden season. However, brother Dan McKay (IN2 Racing) is on a charge after winning the last two races, while Sean Hudspeth (Parr Motorsport) has moved into second place and will want to repeat the win he took last time out at Brands Hatch.

Another Brands Hatch Pro-Am1 winner on a charge will be John McCullagh (Redline Racing). The reigning Pro-Am2 champion will be challenging Hudspeth to reclaim his second place in the title race on a circuit that proved pivotal to his 2015 campaign.

The Pro-Am2 championship remains to be decided and a scant seven-point margin separates leader Tautvydas Barstys (Juta Racing) from Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport). With 24 points on offer, the impressive Mark Radcliffe (Intersport Racing) could also lay claim to the title, although his challenge, along with that of Kyle-Henney, was dented after the pair clashed while disputing the lead in round 14. Shamus Jennings (G-Cat Racing) will undoubtedly be a factor in the championship decider after climbing to the top step of the podium at Silverstone.

On a fast circuit with average speeds of over 100 mph, the competition looks set to be fierce. Cammish will be focused on making his own bit of Porsche Carrera Cup GB history, while the ever-reducing margin to those behind means any number of drivers could take their first win of 2016.

Rounds fifteen and sixteen will take place on Sunday 2 October at 10.35 and 16.17 respectively, with live coverage of round sixteen on ITV4 and highlights of round fifteen shown during the race day broadcast.

Timetable

Friday 30th September

Time                   
Activity                                                                   Championship                                                                  
Laps        
09:00 - 09:45 Free Practice Renault UK Clio Cup  
09:50 - 10:35 Free Practice Formula 4 Championship  
10:40 - 11:25 Free Practice Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup  
11:30 - 12:15 Free Practice Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain  
12:15 - 13:15 Lunch Break
 
13:15 - 13:45 Free Practice Ginetta Junior Championship  
13:50 - 14:30 Free Practice Renault UK Clio Cup  
14:35 - 15:15
Free Practice Formula 4 Championship  
15:20 - 16:00
Free Practice Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup  
16:05 - 16:35 Free Practice Ginetta Junior Championship  
16:40 - 17:20 Free Practice Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain  

 

Saturday 1st October

Time                   
Activity                                                                   Championship                                                                  
Laps       
09:00 - 09:20 Qualifying Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup  
09:30 - 09:45 Free Practice Ginetta Junior Championship  
09:55 - 10:35 Free Practice Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship  
10:55 - 11:25 Qualifying Renault UK Clio Cup  
11:35 - 11:55 Qualifying Formula 4 Championship  
12:05 - 12:35 Qualifying Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain  
12:45 - 13:25 Free Practice Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship  
13:25 - 14:00
Lunch Break
 
14:00
Race Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup 10
14:30
Race Renault UK Clio Cup 12
15:10 - 15:25
Qualifying Ginetta Junior Championship
15:40 - 16:10
Qualifying Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship
16:20
Race Formula 4 Championship 20 mins
16:50 Race Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup 14
17:30
Race Ginetta Junior Championship 8

 

Sunday 2nd October

Time                  
Activity                                                                  
Championship                                                                   
Laps      
09:10 - 09:40
Pit Lane Walkabout / BTCC Autograph Session

10:00 Race Formula 4 Championship 20 mins
10:35 Race 
Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain 17
11:20 BTCC Pit Lane Opens

11:32
Race Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship 15
12:12 - 13:00 Lunch Break
 
12:40 BTC Driver Parade

13:00 Race Ginetta Junior Championship 8
13:30 Race Renault UK Clio Cup 12
14:10
BTCC Pit Lane Opens

14:22
Race Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship 15
15:02 Race Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup 14
15:42 Race Formula 4 Championship 20 mins
16:17  Race  Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain 17
16:57 BTCC Pit Lane Opens

17:09 Race Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship 15

 

Cammish and Eastwood set blistering Friday pace

Media release: 30th September 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

After Friday’s free practice sessions, the advantage appears to lie with the newly-crowned double champion Dan Cammish (Redline Racing) as he looks to make Porsche Carrera Cup GB history by taking the highest number of wins in a season.

Both practice sessions ended with Cammish comfortably atop the field and, despite early rain in the second session, the champion’s fastest time was over one second faster than his best of the first session - only 0.3 seconds off his 2015 qualifying record of 1:27.419 or just over 100 mph.

In close attendance was 2016/2017 Porsche GB Scholar Charlie Eastwood (Redline Racing), the 2016 Rookie champion once again shadowing his experienced team mate in both sessions. Eastwood has been eight times a podium finisher in his debut season, four times in second, and will not be alone in focusing his attention on ending the season with a win.

Second place in the overall championship remains to be decided, and in that battle Dino Zamparelli (GT Marques) holds a 14 point advantage over Eastwood. However, Friday’s sessions suggest that Zamparelli’s struggles continue despite a promising podium last time out.

Stephen Jelley (Team Parker Racing) led most of the second session and looks set to be one of the main challengers to the Redline Racing pair ahead, only a fraction behind Eastwood. Daniel Lloyd (IN2 Racing) continued his strong return to the championship on a circuit he particularly enjoys in sixth.

The Pro-Am1 category sees Karl Leonard (Team Parker Racing) return, making an appearance for the ninth consecutive season and showing no sign of having being away. Aided in part by a new tyre advantage in session one, Leonard still completed the top three by the end of the day and will be a strong contender for a podium finish, although as a guest he will be unable to score points.

The battle for second in the category is still being fiercely contested by 2015 Pro-Am2 champion John McCullagh (Redline Racing) and Sean Hudspeth (Parr Motorsport), both winners in 2016 and both tied on 97 points. The advantage appears to lie with Hudspeth at this stage, but McCullagh’s consistency and experience will make it a tough fight. Charging into the fray is Dan McKay (IN2 Racing), a late season surge seeing the 25-year-old only one point behind in fourth and second fastest in practice, eclipsed by brother Euan (IN2 Racing), but both impressively inside the top ten overall.

The one championship still to be decided belongs to the Pro-Am2 category, an eventful weekend at Silverstone leaving Tautvydas Barstys (Juta Racing) grateful to maintain a lead of 7 points over Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport). Barstys led the field in both sessions, with Mark Radcliffe (Intersport Racing) not far adrift in second. Iain Dockerill (Asset Advantage Racing) put in a strong performance to push Kyle-Henney into fourth.

Dry weather is predicted for Saturday’s 30-minute qualifying session at 12.05. Cammish will want to assert his authority and set himself up for a record on Sunday, while several of those behind seem overdue for a breakthrough performance.

Free Practice One Times

Media release: 30th September 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dan Cammish
GBR
Redline Racing
1:29.099 -
2 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 1:29.172 0.073
3 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing
1:29.386 0.287
4 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline 1:29.509 0.410
5 Pro Dan Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing
1:29.674 0.575
6 Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline
1:29.843 0.744
7 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 1:29.851 0.752
8 Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing
1:29.928 0.829
9 ProAm1 Karl Leonard
IRL Team Parker Racing 1:30.171 1.072
10 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques
1:30.207 1.108
11 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 1:30.320 1.221
12 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques 1:30.393 1.294
13
ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 1:30.561 1.462
14 ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 1:30.932
1.833
15 ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport 1:30.962 1.863
16 ProAm1 Peter Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing 1:31.411 2.312
17 ProAm2 Tautvydas Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing 1:31.529 2.430
18 ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing 1:31.584 2.485
19 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing
1:32.534 3.435
20 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport
1:32.567 3.468
21 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport
1:32.723 3.624
22 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing
1:32.954 3.855
23 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing 1:33.593 4.494
24
ProAm2 Peter Parsons
GBR The Car Loan Centre
1:34.030 4.931
25  ProAm2 Rupert Martin  GBR Team Parker Racing 1:36.903 7.804

 

Free Practice Two Times

Media release: 30th September 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dan Cammish
GBR
Redline Racing
1:27.789 -
2 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 1:28.174 0.385
3 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing
1:28.193 0.404
4 Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline 1:28.200 0.411
5 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing 1:28.203 0.414
6 Pro Daniel Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing 1:28.512 0.723
7 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline
1:28.558 0.769
8 ProAm1 Euan McKay GBR
In2 Racing 1:28.650 0.861
9 Pro Jonas Gelzinis LTU Juta Racing 1:28.781 0.992
10 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR
In2 Racing 1:28.813 1.024
11 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques 1:29.088 1.299
12 ProAm1 Karl Leonard
IRL
Team Parker Racing 1:29.177 1.388
13
Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques 1:29.366 1.577
14 ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport 1:29.623 1.834
15 ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing 1:30.013 2.224
16 ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 1:30.104 2.315
17 ProAm2 Tautvydas Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing 1:30.857 3.068
18 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport 1:31.305 3.516
19 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing 1:31.582 3.793
20 ProAm1 Peter Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing 1:31.601 3.812
21 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport 1:31.819 4.030
22 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing 1:32.403 4.614
23 ProAm2 Peter Parsons
GBR The Car Loan Centre 1:32.919 5.130
24
ProAm2 Thomas Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing 1:33.445 5.656
25 ProAm2 Rupert Martin  GBR Team Parker Racing 1:35.216 7.427

Eastwood, McKay and Barstys star in rain-soaked qualifying

Media release: 1st October 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

Intermittent rainfall and a wet Brands Hatch circuit set the scene for an action-packed qualifying session. Coming through the stoppages and changing grip levels was Charlie Eastwood (Redline Racing), the Porsche GB 2016/2016 Scholar posting the fastest time just before the second and final red flag to secure his first Porsche Carrera Cup GB pole position:

“It was really tough out there, the grip was forever changing and the track was really slippery in some parts, grippy in others. It was like driving two circuits. After the first red flag we switched to a new set of wet tyres and straight away the grip levels came up. Trying to hook a lap together was very hard, but we managed to do it right at the end and take pole. To finish the year on a high like this is incredible.”

Completing a front row of Porsche GB Scholars was Daniel Lloyd (IN2 Racing), the 2012/2013 Scholar finding his stride in just his second weekend after returning to the championship.

A rare mistake saw Cammish run through the gravel at Paddock Hill, but the 2016 champion was still fastest enough to claim third, with a second fastest lap that earned him a more customary pole position for race two’s standing start. Alongside Cammish for round 16 is season-long rival Dino Zamparelli (GT Marques), with Eastwood in third.

Staking his claim for second place in the Pro-Am1 category was Dan McKay (IN2 Racing), his late-season form continuing with double pole positions that secure him the vital two points on offer. Impressively beating the challenging conditions on his return to the championship, Karl Leonard (Team Parker Racing) starts third and second despite a late-session spin that prevented him from improving further.

2016 Pro-Am1 champion Euan McKay (IN2 Racing) lines up second and fourth, while Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing), also in the fight for second in the championship, starts fourth and third. A difficult session for the two contenders currently tied on points for second, John McCullagh (Redline Racing) and Sean Hudspeth (Parr Motorsport), places the initiative firmly with Dan McKay.

In Pro-Am2, championship leader Tautvydas Barstys (Juta Racing) has already extended his lead by taking two points for his double-pole positions. Challenger Mark Radcliffe (Intersport Racing) was not far behind and starts second in both races, with Iain Dockerill (Asset Advantage Racing) third. Currently second in the standings, Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) could manage no better than fourth.

Early pace setters Stephen Jelley (Team Parker Racing) and Tom Sharp (IDL Racing) both went off line astern at Paddock Hill to bring out the first red flags, Jelley able to drive back to the pits but not take any further part in the session. Sharp had already done enough to secure tenth and seventh place starts, Jelley 13th and 12th, leaving both front-runners out of position and on a race day charge.

With the promise of plenty of action around the 2.4 mile Grand Prix circuit in Kent, rounds fifteen and sixteen take place tomorrow at 10.35 (rolling start) and 16.17 (standing start), with race two shown live on ITV4.

Grid - Race One

Media release: 1st October 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR
Redline Racing 1:37.779 -
2 Pro Daniel Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing 1:37.888 0.109
3 Pro Dan Cammish
GBR Redline Racing 1:37.995 0.216
4 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques
1:38.140 0.361
5 Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing
1:38.275 0.496
6 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques 1:38.432 0.653
7 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline
1:38.808 1.029
8 Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline 1:38.992 1.213
9 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 1:39.002 1.223
10 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing 1:39.041 1.262
11 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing
1:39.311 1.532
12 ProAm1 Karl Leonard
IRL
Team Parker Racing 1:39.820 2.041
13
Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 1:40.394 2.615
14 ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing
1:40.745 2.966
15 ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport 1:40.774 2.995
16 ProAm2 Tautvydas Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing
1:40.950 3.171
17 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport
1:41.443 3.664
18 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing
1:41.586 3.807
19 ProAm2 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 1:42.145 4.366
20 ProAm1 Peter Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing 1:42.262 4.483
21 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport
1:42.950 5.171
22 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing
1:44.457 6.678
23 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing
1:44.550 6.771
24
ProAm2 Peter Parsons
GBR The Car Loan Centre 1:53.380 15.601

Eastwood takes maiden win as Cammish stumbles

Media release: 2nd October 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

After the difficult conditions in qualifying, Charlie Eastwood converted his hard-earned pole position into a maiden Porsche Carrera Cup GB victory on a dry track.

Leading away from the rolling start, the Porsche GB 2016/2017 Scholar was shadowed by the returning Daniel Lloyd (IN2 Racing) all the way to the flag, despite an early safety car period bunching up the field. In the end a delighted Eastwood’s winning margin over the 2012/2013 Scholar was just over a second:

“It’s unbelievable and has been a long time coming. We’ve been chipping away at it all year. We got a good lap in qualifying and controlled it away from the lights. We had Dan Lloyd between us and the pack behind, which gave me some breathing space as well. Going into next year it gives us such a boost to hit the ground running.”

The second row was shared by Dan Cammish and Dino Zamparelli (GT Marques), the two season-long rivals battling almost every time into Druids. Zamparelli made a pass for third on the first lap at the hairpin before being repassed by Cammish at the same corner on lap six. The scrap was decided just a few laps later when the 2016 champion made a rare error and spun down to 12th. Zamparelli was able to hold onto his third place despite a late race charge from Tom Oliphant (Team Redline).

Oliphant had made his way through the field to challenge for his second successive podium, making a signature move around Alessandro Latif (GT Marques) which left Latif focusing on his successful defence of fifth from Tom Sharp (IDL Racing) who recovered well to claim sixth.

Also recovering well was Cammish, the double champion taking fastest lap by over half a second to finish in eighth. Just five seconds behind was Euan McKay (IN2 Racing), the 2016 Pro-Am1 champion back to his winning ways with an impressive Karl Leonard returning to the championship to split the McKay brothers on the track.

However, as a guest driver Leonard may have taken the champagne, but the second place points went to Dan McKay (IN2 Racing) and those for third to Sean Hudspeth (Parr Motorsport), which left the championship battle for second in Pro-Am1 to be decided in the final round.

Also to be decided in the final round was the battle for the Pro-Am2 title. Mark Radcliffe (Intersport Racing) took a strong win to reduce the points gap slightly, but leader Tautvydas Barstys (Juta Racing) emerged in second place with eight points in hand over Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) who fought his way onto the podium and took fastest lap in the process.

Race One Results

Media release: 2nd October 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Charlie Eastwood
GBR
Redline Racing
26:32.312 -
2 Pro Daniel Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing
26:33.686 1.374
3 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques
26:42.420 10.108
4 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline
26:42.545 10.233
5 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques 26:43.741 11.429
6 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing 26:44.318 12.006
7 Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing 26:44.479 12.167
8 Pro Dan Cammish
GBR Redline Racing 26:44.537 12.225
9 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 26:45.964 13.652
10 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 26:49.510 17.198
11 ProAm1 Karl Leonard
IRL
Team Parker Racing
26:50.764 18.452
12 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 26:51.366 19.054
13
ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport 26:56.045 23.733
14 ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing 26:57.147 24.835
15 ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 27:02.166 29.854
16 ProAm1 Peter Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing 27:07.594 35.282
17 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport
27:19.009 46.697
18 ProAm2 Tautvydas Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing 27:20.550 48.238
19 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport
27:21.029 48.717
20 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing
27:24.028 51.716
21 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings GBR G-Cat Racing
27:25.992 53.680
22 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter GBR Redline Racing
27:40.415 1:08.103
23 ProAm2 Peter Parsons
GBR The Car Loan Centre
27:40.596 1:08.284
DNF
Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline -
17 Laps

 

Fastest Lap


Pro - Dan Cammish (Redline Racing) - 1:28.660

 

ProAm1 - Euan McKay (In2 Racing) - 1:29.691

 

ProAm2 - Peter Klye-Henney (Parr Motorsport) - 1:31.379

 

Grid - Race Two

 

Media release: 1st October 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dan Cammish
GBR Redline Racing
1:38.100 -
2 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques
1:38.296 0.196
3 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 1:38.321 0.221
4 Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing 1:38.421 0.321
5 Pro Daniel Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing
1:38.439 0.339
6 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques 1:38.687 0.587
7 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline 1:38.868 0.768
8 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing
1:39.111 1.011
9 Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline
1:39.160 1.060
10 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 1:39.774 1.674
11 ProAm1 Karl Leonard
IRL
Team Parker Racing 1:40.274 2.174
12 Pro Stephen Jelly
GBR Team Parker Racing 1:40.771 2.671
13
ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing
1:40.805 2.705
14 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR
In2 Racing 1:40.824 2.724
15 ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport
1:40.954 2.854
16 ProAm2 Tautvydas Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing
1:41.167 3.067
17 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport
1:41.610 3.510
18 ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 1:42.412 4.312
19 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing
1:42.513 4.413
20 ProAm1 Peter Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing 1:42.985 4.885
21 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport 1:43.252 5.152
22 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing
1:44.851 6.751
23 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing 1:46.031 7.931
24
ProAm2 Peter Parsons
GBR The Car Loan Centre
1:55.201 17.101

Cammish sets a new record as Barstys claims ProAm2 honours

Media release: 2nd October 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

In a fitting finish to the 2016 season, champion Cammish lined up on pole position with season-long challenger Zamparelli next to him. The two protagonists fell into line astern at the start and even a mid-race safety car period could not prevent Cammish from taking a dominant win to make Porsche Carrera Cup GB history - 12 wins in a single season.

Zamparelli had to make an early defence from Eastwood and Jonas Gelzinis (Juta Racing), the Lithuanian muscling his was past the round 15 winner at Westfields to take third. Behind, Lloyd looked at taking the opportunity to follow Gelzinis through, but with two wheels on the grass slid back into fifth.

In a move that was almost a replay, Eastwood went on to take Gelzinis back at Westfields, with Lloyd again thwarted in his bold efforts to capitalise. Oliphant came out ahead in a race-long battle with Sharp for sixth, while Stephen Jelley (Team Parker Racing) managed to slip past the second-placed Rookie Lewis Plato (Team Redline) for seventh.

In Pro-Am1, Dan McKay fended off Leonard to take the win with Euan McKay rounding out the podium, the trio separated by less than a second at the flag. The win was enough to secure Dan McKay second in the championship behind his brother, cementing a superb run of form in the second half of the season.

Hudspeth crossed the line in fourth, with John McCullagh (Redline Racing) behind Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) and Peter Jennings (G-Cat Racing) in seventh.

The Pro-Am2 championship fight went to the wire, Radcliffe taking another win with Shamus Jennings (G-Cat Racing) in second, just a fraction ahead of Peter Parsons (Car Loan Centre) who took his first podium of 2016 in the final round.

Kyle-Henney passed Barstys for fourth, but could make no further progress which left a delighted Barstys to be crowned 2016 Pro-Am2 champion.

Race Two Results

Media release: 2nd October 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dan Cammish
GBR
Redline Racing
27:03.877 -
2 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques 27:04.783 0.906
3 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 27:05.183 1.306
4 Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing
27:06.087 2.210
5 Pro Daniel Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing
27:06.791 2.914
6 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline
27:07.571 3.694
7 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing
27:07.683 3.806
8 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 27:08.954 5.077
9 Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline 27:10.025 6.148
10 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 27:10.432 6.555
11 ProAm1 Karl Leonard
IRL
Team Parker Racing 27:10.820 6.943
12 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 27:11.074 7.197
13
ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport 27:11.527 7.650
14 ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing
27:15.072 11.195
15 ProAm1 Peter Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing
27:16.197 12.320
16 ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 27:17.192 13.315
17 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport
27:20.885 17.008
18 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing 27:23.750 19.873
19 ProAm2 Peter Parsons
GBR The Car Loan Centre
27:23.949 20.072
20 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport
27:24.251 20.374
21 ProAm2 Tautvydas Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing 27:26.848 22.971
22 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing 27:28.045 24.168
23 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing
14:05.964 8 Laps
24
Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques
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17 Laps

 

Fastest Lap


Pro - Dan Cammish (Redline Racing) - 1:28.631

 

ProAm1 - Euan McKay (In2 Racing) - 1:29.190

 

ProAm2 - Mark Radcliffe (Intersport) - 1:31.049