Croft 2014

Porsche Carrera Cup GB heads for Croft

Media release: 23rd June 2014

Source: Porsche Cars GB

The Croft circuit in North Yorkshire is the setting for rounds eight and nine of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB (28/29 June) as the championship returns to the BTCC programme after a sensational race at Le Mans last time out.
 
The latest Type-991 911 GT3 Cup will make a spectacular sight at the challenging track as drivers return to domestic competition after a truly memorable event in France. At Le Mans, Ben Barker rejoined the championship with Parr Motorsport and took a magnificent overall victory in a weekend away from his campaign in the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup.
 
Now, it is back to the UK for the next two rounds of the Carrera Cup GB and the focus will turn to the title race as Michael Meadows (Samsung UHD TV Racing) bids for a third straight title. Inevitably, Meadows is the championship benchmark and with five maximum scores from seven races to dates he heads the points’ table. A year ago, the Croft weekend was a troubled one for Michael, though not of his own making, and he will want to keep his title bid firmly on track this time around.
 
However, Meadows has a growing threat in the form of 2014/15 Carrera Cup GB Scholarship driver Josh Webster (Redline Racing), who won in the rain at Donington Park and battled ahead of Meadows during a mighty performance at Le Mans. Josh is now only 14 points behind Meadows and there is a long way to go yet in this title contest. The result at Le Mans will have been a timely boost to Josh’s confidence and he rightly earned the ‘driver of the weekend’ award after battling from 18th on the grid to seventh at the flag.
 
Leading the pursuit of Meadows and Webster are popular Spanish racer Victor Jimenez (Redline Racing) and Paul Rees (In2 Racing) and both of them are contenders for overall victory. Rees really turned a corner at Le Mans when he demonstrated impressive pace and he will head to Croft with renewed confidence as his experience in the Porsche continues to build.
 
With Pro-Am1 points leaders Karl Leonard (Team Parker Racing) and Graeme Mundy (In2 Racing) due to miss the Croft weekend, the way is open for Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) to claw back the points’ gap in the category. Sherwood was a double winner at Croft a year ago in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge.
 
Some of the best competition this season has been in the Pro-Am2 category, with three winners to date. A fine victory at Le Mans has helped Steven Liquorish (Team Parker Racing) to a 20-point lead heading to Croft, but he has strong opposition from Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport), Kelvin Fletcher (Redline Racing) and Will Goff (In2 Racing), while championship newcomer Paul McKay is a welcome addition to the grid with In2 Racing. The race between Liquorish and Kyle-Henney at Thruxton was a real season highlight and that contest will be rejoined at Croft. Meanwhile, Goff will be eager to get his title challenge back on track after missing the last two events.
 
After qualifying at 11.20, round eight of the Carrera Cup GB will start at 16.25 on Saturday (28 June) with round nine at 13.50 on Sunday (29 June). Round nine will be broadcast live on ITV4. Live circuit commentary throughout the weekend is available at www.btcc.net and live timing can be found at www.tsl-timing.com.

Timetable

Friday 27th June

Time                   
Activity                                                    
Championship                                                                  
Laps        
09:30 - 10:09 Free Practice Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship  
10:14 - 10:53 Free Practice  Courier Connect Renault UK Clio Cup  
10:58 - 11:37 Free Practice Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain  
 11:42 - 12:21
Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup  
12:26 - 13:04 Free Practice Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship  
13:04 - 14:04
Lunch Break
 
14:04 - 14:42
Free Practice Courier Connect Renault UK Clio Cup  
14:47 - 15:07 Free Practice Ginetta Junior Championship  
15:12 - 15:51
Free Practice Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain  
 15:56 - 16:35  Free Practice Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup
16:40 - 17:00
Free Practice Ginetta Junior Championship  

 

Saturday 28th June

Time                   
Activity                                                    
Championship                                                                  
Laps       
09:30 - 10:10 Free Practice Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship  
10:25 - 10:45 Qualifying Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship  
10:55 - 11:10  Free Practice  Ginetta Junior Championship  
11:20 - 11:50 Qualifying Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain  
12:00 - 12:40  Free Practice Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship  
12:40 - 13:40  Lunch Break
 
13:40 - 14:00 Qualifying Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup  
14:10
Race Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship  20 mins 
14:40 - 14:55
Qualifying Ginetta Junior Championship
15:05 - 15:35 Qualifying Courier Connect Renault UK Clio Cup  
15:45 - 16:15
Qualifying Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship
16:25 Race Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain 15
17:00 Race Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup  10
17:25 Race Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship 20 mins
17:55 - 18:15
Race Ginetta Junior Championship  8

 

Sunday 29th June

Time                  
Activity                                                      
Championship                                                             
Laps      
10:30 - 11:05
Pit Lane Walkabout / BTCC Autograph Session

11:30  BTCC Driver Parade

 
11:50 BTCC Pit Lane Opens

12:02 Race Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship 15
12:42
Race Courier Connect Renault UK Clio Cup 12
13:17
Race Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup 15
13:52 Race Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain 15
14:27
BTCC Pit Lane Opens

14:39
Race Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship 15
15:19 Race Ginetta Junior Championship 8
15:49 Race Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship  20 mins
16:19 Race Courier Connect Renault UK Clio Cup 12
16:54 BTCC Pit Lane Opens

17:06 Race Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship 15
17:46 Race Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup 15

 

Meadows tops Carrera Cup GB test at Croft

Media release: 27th June 2014

Source: Porsche Cars GB

Michael Meadows asserted his authority on the Porsche Carrera Cup GB during testing at Croft today (Friday 27 June) by lapping seven-tenths of a second clear of the rest of the pack at the North Yorkshire track. Championship newcomer Pepe Massot was impressive as he headed Pro-Am1, while Steven Liquorish topped Pro-Am2.
 
Although there was a threat of rain, both test sessions were run on a dry track and Meadows (Samsung UND TV Racing) set a mighty pace during his new tyre run towards the end of the afternoon session. In a session shortened after an off for Paul McKay (In2 Racing), Meadows shot to the head of the times with a best lap of 1m21.380s.
 
Very closely matched in second and third positions were Redline Racing team mates Victor Jimenez and Josh Webster, while fourth fastest was guest racer Ollie Millroy, also part of the strong Redline Racing squad.
 
Fifth fastest overall and first in Pro-Am1 was a great start for championship newcomer Massot (Parr Motorsport), while Liquorish (Team Parker Racing) set the Pro-Am2 pace but was chased by another impressive debutant, Paul Donkin (Redline Racing).
 
 
Michael Meadows (Samsung UHD TV Racing) first overall:
“That’s not too bad and a good start to the weekend. I don’t think we’ve got too much to change and we’ve arrived here on a good base. There are a couple of things we can try and improve but not by much.”
 
Victor Jimenez (Redline Racing) second overall:
“It is okay: Croft is very different to Le Mans! I had a little mistake on my fastest lap. I felt very strong and I hope it will be close in qualifying.”
 
Josh Webster (Redline Racing) third overall:
“I made a mistake in the morning and clipped the tyres at the chicane, and I only got three laps. So I was playing catch-up in the afternoon. There’s a lot more time in the car.”
 
Pepe Massot (Parr Motorsport) first in Pro-Am1:
“It was alright, but I got traffic on my new tyre run and then the chequered flag came out. The pace is there and I’m just doing my job.”
 
Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) second in Pro-Am1:
“I’ve not been in the car since qualifying at Thruxton and it was just a bit scruffy, really. I didn’t get the best out of the new tyres.”
 
Steven Liquorish (Team Parker Racing) first in Pro-Am2:
“That was a bit scrappy and I went rally driving in the gravel at Clervaux. I didn’t get the best out of the new tyres and there is more time to come.”
 
Paul Donkin (Redline Racing) second in Pro-Am2:
“The red flag really hindered me because I just need time in the car. But we’re building on it and it’s going well so far.”

Free Practice One Times

Media release: 27th June 2014

Source: TSL Timing

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro Michael Meadows GBR Samsung UHD TV Racing
1:22.624 -
2 Pro Victor Jimenez ESP Redline Racing
1:22.868 0.244
3 Pro Paul Rees GBR In2Racing 1:23.583 0.959
4 Pro Josh Webster GBR Redline Racing 1:23.679 1.055
5 Pro-Am1 Pepe Massot ESP Parr Motorsport 1:24.071 1.447
6 Guest Ollie Millroy GBR Redline Racing 1:24.325 1.701
7 Pro-Am1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing 1:25.571 2.947
8 Pro-Am2 Steven Liquorish GBR Team Parker Racing 1:25.607 2.983
9 Pro-Am2 Paul McKay GBR In2Racing 1:25.694 3.070
10 Pro-Am2 Peter Kyle-Henney GBR Parr Motorsport 1:25.855 3.231
11 Pro-Am2 Paul Donkin GBR Redline Racing 1:26.157 3.533

 

Free Practice Two Times

Media release: 27th June 2014

Source: TSL Timing

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro Michael Meadows GBR Samsung UHD TV Racing
1:21.380
-
2 Pro Victor Jimenez ESP Redline Racing
1:22.095
0.715
3 Pro Josh Webster GBR Redline Racing
1:22.162
0.782
4 Guest Ollie Millroy GBR Redline Racing
1:22.306
0.926
5 Pro-Am1 Pepe Massot ESP Parr Motorsport
1:22.430
1.050
6 Pro Paul Rees GBR In2Racing
1:22.700
1.320
7 Pro-Am1 Justin Sherwood GBR Team Parker Racing
1:24.153
2.773
8 Pro-Am2 Steven Liquorish GBR Team Parker Racing
1:24.485
3.105
9 Pro-Am2 Paul Donkin GBR Redline Racing
1:24.606
3.226
10 Pro-Am2  Peter Kyle-Henney GBR Parr Motorsport
1:25.179
3.799
11 Pro-Am2  Paul McKay GBR In2Racing
1:34.163
12.783

Rees and Webster share Carrera Cup GB poles at Croft

Media release: 28th June 2014

Source: Porsche Cars GB

Paul Rees and Josh Webster shared the pole positions in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at Croft today (Saturday 28 June) in a dramatic qualifying session that proved disastrous for championship leader Michael Meadows. Meanwhile, championship newcomers Pepe Massot and Paul Donkin set the pace in the Pro-Am1 and Pro-Am2 categories respectively.
 
The session started on a dry track but with the threat of rain. After only one flying lap, Ollie Millroy (Redline Racing) went off at Clervaux and out came the red flags. While the session was halted, rain started to fall and it was only in the closing 10 minutes of the re-started session that conditions improved enough for faster times to be posted.
 
The battle for pole raged between Rees (In2 Racing), Webster (Redline Racing) and Meadows (Samsung UHD TV Racing) and Webster lost his best lap time for exceeding the track limits at Clervaux. Ultimately, Rees claimed his first Carrera Cup pole for round eight and Webster did the same for round nine. Meadows posted two third places before running wide onto the grass at Tower. As he tried to rejoin the track, the front of his Porsche hit a step up onto the asphalt and the front of the chassis was damaged. The car will need to go to a bodyshop overnight and so the current championship leader will miss round eight on Saturday afternoon.
 
Newcomers Massot (Parr Motorsport) and Donkin (Redline Racing) coped remarkably well with tough conditions to set the pace in Pro-Am1 and Pro-Am2, although Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) pressed Massot hard. Steven Liquorish (Team Parker Racing) was second fastest in Pro-Am2 for round eight despite clipping the barriers on his out-lap after the red flag.
 
 
Paul Rees (In2 Racing) fastest and second fastest overall:
“When the rain came at the start of qualifying, I thought I was doomed. Then I sat in the pits for a lot of the session. As soon as we saw that the times were getting close we went out and got pole. I really want to thank In2 Racing; they got it 100% right. I just need to capitalise on it now.”
 
Josh Webster (Redline Racing) second and first fastest overall:
“I lost my best time because I was running wide on the exit of Clervaux: I was just too fast into the corner. But I’d rather have pole for race two and the rolling start. The conditions were really, really tough.”
 
Michael Meadows (Samsung UHD TV Racing) third fastest overall:
“There was a big step back onto the circuit from the grass and I hit it as I tried to rejoin. Maybe I should have stayed on the grass. I’ll have to miss the first race.”
 
Pepe Massot (Parr Motorsport) fastest in Pro-Am1:
“I tried a couple of things and I just needed one or two more laps. I was getting to grips with the conditions and then there was more rain on the way down to Tower. I braked as early as I could and went onto the grass. Fortunately, it was not too bad.”
 
Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) second in Pro-Am1:
“It was tough through the fast bits in the damp conditions. Perhaps I should have put the new tyres on, but I decided not to.”
 
Paul Donkin (Redline Racing) fastest in Pro-Am2:
“I’ve never driven in conditions like that before. I just stayed out for most of the session and it came together right at the end.”

Grid - Race One

Media release: 28th June 2014

Source: TSL Timing

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro Paul Rees GBR In2Racing
1:24.058
-
2 Pro Josh Webster GBR Redline Racing
1:24.175
0.117
3 Pro Michael Meadows GBR Samsung UHD TV Racing
1:24.358
0.300
4 Pro Victor Jimenez ESP Redline Racing
1:25.125
1.067
5 Pro-Am1 Pepe Massot ESP Parr Motorsport
1:25.185
1.127
6 Pro-Am1 Justin Sherwood GBR Team Parker Racing
1:25.974
1.916
7 Pro-Am2 Paul Donkin GBR Redline Racing
1:26.894
2.836
8 Pro-Am2 Steven Liquorish GBR Team Parker Racing
1:27.887
3.829
9 Guest Ollie Millroy GBR Redline Racing
1:28.057
3.999
10 Pro-Am2  Peter Kyle-Henney GBR Parr Motorsport
1:31.445
7.387
11 Pro-Am2  Paul McKay GBR In2Racing
1:33.570
9.512

Webster wins Carrera Cup GB round eight

Media release: 28th June 2014

Source: Porsche Cars GB

Josh Webster swept to victory in round eight of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at Croft today (Saturday 28 June) and moved ahead in the overall championship as Michael Meadows missed the race following an incident in qualifying.
 
Paul Rees and Victor Jimenez mounted a determined chase of Webster, while Pepe Massot took Pro-Am1 victory in fourth overall and championship newcomer Paul Donkin scored an impressive debut win in Pro-Am2.
 
The decisive moment of the race came on the first lap as the pack headed towards the chicane. Webster (Redline Racing) and Rees (In2 Racing) ran side-by-side and Rees, on the dirtier side of the track, had to back out as Webster swept ahead. Meanwhile, Jimenez (Redline Racing) slotted right in behind Rees as Webster edged a little way clear. Over the course of the race, the three leaders ran in close formation and were very evenly-matched, but stayed in the same order as Webster clinched his second win of the season.
 
While the fast-starting Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) retired with a clutch problem, Massot (Parr Motorsport) dominated Pro-Am1 and fended off race-long pressure from guest racer Ollie Millroy (Redline Racing).
 
In Pro-Am2, Donkin (Redline Racing) belied his lack of Porsche experience to drive a great race and win the category as his early rival Steven Liquorish (Team Parker Racing) went out with suspension damage after clipping the tyres at the chicane. Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) took up the pursuit of Donkin but had to deal with the increasingly rapid Paul McKay (In2 Racing) over the closing stages of the race.
 
Josh Webster (Redline Racing) first overall:
“I had to be decisive on the first lap as I thought that was my best chance. I’m happy to be leading the championship but it’s a bit hollow to take the lead from Michael in this way.”
 
Paul Rees (In2 Racing) second overall:
“To start on pole and finish second is never what you want. We were side-by-side into turn two and we weren’t both going to get round. But I know we have the pace to win.”
 
Victor Jimenez (Redline Racing) third overall:
“There were three cars in-line at the front of the race fighting all the time. The cars are very closely matched. This is a good result for Redline in the team championship.”
 
Pepe Massot (Parr Motorsport) first in Pro-Am1:
“I got a crap start and lost three or four places and then I cooked my tyres. I was rally driving round the back and had to change my technique. It is a learning curve every time I get in the car.”
 
Paul Donkin (Redline Racing) first in Pro-Am2:
“Emotional and awesome! It’s obviously great to do this and to come in and win Pro-Am2 is amazing. I got a really good start and went with Pepe Massot for a few laps.”
 
Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) second in Pro-Am2:
“That’s absolutely brilliant; really, really good. After a couple of days we’ve now hooked it up and to be there pushing Steven Liquorish is where we want to be.”
 
Results round 8:
Pro category: 1 Josh Webster; 2 Paul Rees; 3 Victor Jimenez
Pro-Am1 category: 1 Pepe Massot
Pro-Am2 category: 1 Paul Donkin; 2 Peter Kyle-Henney; 3 Paul McKay

Race One Results

Media release: 28th June 2014

Source: TSL Timing

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro Josh Webster TBC Redline Racing
20:57.154
-
2 Pro Paul Rees TBC In2Racing
20:58.711
1.557
3 Pro Victor Jimenez TBC Redline Racing
20:59.278
2.124
4 Pro-Am1 Pepe Massot TBC Parr Motorsport
21:19.082
21.928
5 Pro Ollie Millroy TBC Redline Racing
21:19.623
22.469
6 Pro-Am2 Paul Donkin TBC Redline Racing
21:34.733
37.579
7 Pro-Am2 Peter Kyle-Henney TBC Parr Motorsport
21:36.648
39.494
8 Pro-Am2  Paul McKay TBC In2Racing
21:37.305
40.151
9 Pro-Am2 Steven Liquorish TBC Team Parker Racing DNF 7 laps
10 Pro-Am1 Justin Sherwood TBC Team Parker Racing DNF 11 laps
11 Pro Michael Meadows TBC Samsung UHD TV Racing DNS -

 

Fastest Lap

Pro - Josh Webster - 1:22.073

ProAm1 - Pepe Massot - 1:23.885

Guest - Ollie Millroy - 1:23.924

ProAm2 - Paul Donkin - 1:24.526

Grid - Race Two

Media release: 28th June 2014

Source: TSL Timing

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro Josh Webster GBR Redline Racing
1:24.331
-
2 Pro Paul Rees GBR In2Racing
1:24.636
0.305
3 Pro Michael Meadows GBR Samsung UHD TV Racing
1:24.919
0.588
4 Pro Victor Jimenez ESP Redline Racing
1:25.559
1.228
5 Pro-Am1 Pepe Massot ESP Parr Motorsport
1:25.941
1.610
6 Pro-Am1 Justin Sherwood GBR Team Parker Racing
1:26.184
1.853
7 Pro-Am2 Paul Donkin GBR Redline Racing
1:27.714
3.383
8 Pro-Am2 Peter Kyle-Henney GBR Parr Motorsport
1:32.291
7.960
9 Pro-Am2 Paul McKay GBR In2Racing
1:34.747
10.416
10 Pro-Am2 Steven Liquorish GBR Team Parker Racing No Time -
11 Guest Ollie Millroy GBR Redline Racing No Time -

Webster completes Carrera Cup GB double at Croft

Media release: 29th June 2014

Source: Porsche Cars GB

Josh Webster completed a tremendous weekend with victory in round nine of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at Croft today (Sunday 29 June) as Michael Meadows chased him to the flag. The result underlined Webster’s position at the head of the championship table and marks the first time a Carrera Cup Scholarship driver has led the overall title race.
 
Pepe Massot claimed a fighting third place to take Pro-Am1 victory while fellow championship newcomer Paul Donkin completed a tremendous weekend by clinching Pro-Am2 spoils.
 
Webster (Redline Racing) swept ahead from the rolling start as Paul Rees (In2 Racing) slotted into second from Meadows (Samsung UHD TV Racing). Webster then went a little way clear as Meadows worked to find a way past Rees. The move came at the Hairpin on lap three and Meadows then went after Webster. The gap came down quickly but Webster was able to defend his lead to the flag to score an impressive win.
 
Rees, struggling with tyres, dropped behind Massot (Parr Motorsport) but closed back in over the final laps to make a close finish for third. Massot duly took his second Pro-Am1 victory of the weekend although Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) was never far adrift in fifth overall.
 
Donkin was mighty for Redline Racing to win Pro-Am2 from Steven Liquorish (Team Parker Racing), who worked up to second from the tail of the grid. The fast-starting Paul McKay (In2 Racing) ran second in Pro-Am2 initially before Liquorish moved ahead. Later, a spin at Tower for McKay allowed Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) to claim the final podium position in Pro-Am2.
 
 
Josh Webster (Redline Racing) first overall:
“That was a really, really good race. I just had to manage the tyres and Michael was doing everything he could to put me off. I hit the tyre stack at turn two a couple of laps from the end and bent the steering, so that made it more difficult.”
 
Michael Meadows (Samsung UHD TV Racing) second overall:
“I caught Josh but it was difficult to make a move. I brought it home second and got fastest lap. But there was never a mistake from Josh when I thought I’d got him.”
 
Pepe Massot (Parr Motorsport) first in Pro-Am1:
“I locked the front tyres at the first corner to try and avoid Victor Jimenez. After that the steering was bent and I was struggling in the fast corners. But I got past Paul Rees at Sunny.”
 
Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) second in Pro-Am1:
“It took a while to get the front tyres to come in and then I was struggling towards the end of the race. But it was a good race after the non-finish yesterday.”
 
Paul Donkin (Redline Racing) first in Pro-Am2:
“It’s been unbelievable and I’ll have to go back to reality tomorrow. The double win is a lifetime ambition and it would be great to come back and do some more. I can’t thank Redline Racing enough.”
 
Steven Liquorish (Team Parker Racing) second in Pro-Am2:
“That’s been a better day today. I struggled a bit with an old tyre on the front right. But it was much better than yesterday and it ends the weekend on a high note.”
 
Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) third in Pro-Am2:
“Brilliant! I got what we wanted with two good finishes for the championship. I was happy to let Paul McKay go in the early laps. He was holding me up a bit but then he ran wide at Tower and I went ahead.”
 
Results round 9:
Pro category: 1 Josh Webster; 2 Michael Meadows; 3 Paul Rees
Pro-Am1 category: 1 Pepe Massot; 2 Justin Sherwood
Pro-Am2 category: 1 Paul Donkin; 2 Steven Liquorish; 3 Peter Kyle-Henney

Race Two Results

Media release: 29th June 2014

Source: TSL Timing

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                           
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro Josh Webster GBR Redline Racing
20:53.918
 
2 Pro Michael Meadows GBR Samsung UHD TV Racing
20:54.672
0.754
3 Pro-Am1 Pepe Massot ESP Parr Motorsport
21:11.158
17.240
4 Pro Paul Rees GBR In2Racing
21:11.652
17.734
5 Pro-Am1 Justin Sherwood GBR Team Parker Racing
21:21.092
27.174
6 Pro-Am2 Paul Donkin GBR Redline Racing
21:24.069
30.151
7 Pro-Am2 Steven Liquorish GBR Team Parker Racing
21:40.759
46.841
8 Pro-Am2 Peter Kyle-Henney GBR Parr Motorsport
21:45.611
51.693
9 Pro-Am2 Paul McKay GBR In2Racing
22:18.849
1:24.931
10 Pro Victor Jimenez ESP Redline Racing DNF 15 Laps
11 Guest Ollie Millroy GBR Redline Racing DNF 15 Laps

 

Fastest Lap

Pro - Michael Meadows - 1:22.661

ProAm1 - Pepe Massot - 1:23.44

ProAm2 - Paul Donkin - 1:24.258