Championship-defining weekend ahead for top contenders

Media release: 2nd Spetember 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

As the fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK returns to Silverstone for rounds thirteen and fourteen, four drivers and one team will be hoping for perfect weekends to seal their 2016 championship challenges.

At the head of the 24-car pack, reigning champion Dan Cammish (Redline Racing) arrives with a 44 point advantage over arch rival Dino Zamparelli (GT Marques). With a maximum of 22 points on offer per race, Cammish needs only to match Zamparelli on points across both races to establish an unassailable title lead heading into the final two rounds at Brands Hatch.

However, this may be no easy task. Last year Zamparelli shone on the 1.6 mile National circuit when he took back to back wins, his first in the series, and fastest lap for good measure. The Bristol-based driver will be looking for a return to the form that saw him dominate rounds seven and eight at Croft, although competition will be tough for both drivers with just fractions of a second separating the top ten.

One driver well placed to have a say in the championship battle is Charlie Eastwood. The Porsche GB 2016/2017 Scholar has pushed his Redline Racing team mate Cammish hard in the last four races, is closing on second spot in the championship, and is hungry to take his first win.

Not to be overlooked in his overall battle is Eastwood’s significant lead in the Rookie championship. Currently holding a 59 point advantage over nearest challenger Lewis Plato (Team Redline), Eastwood needs to ensure Plato closes the gap by no more than 15 points over the weekend to be guaranteed the title and the £50,000 prize.

With Cammish and Eastwood so well placed and their two nominated points-scorers, it comes as no surprise that Redline Racing are set to claim the Team championship. Second-placed sister outfit Team Redline, represented by impressive newcomers Tom Oliphant and Lewis Plato, will need to close the 151 point gap by more than 31 points in round 13 to deny Redline Racing the win.

Enjoying a similar position of strength is Euan McKay (IN2 Racing), the Rookie driver leading the Pro-Am1 category by 35 points from reigning Pro-Am2 champion John McCullagh (Redline Racing). After winning the category in eight of the 12 rounds so far, McKay needs a solitary point over McCullagh in round 13 to secure the 2016 Pro-Am1 championship and a Porsche 911 road car for 2017.

Running his brother close in the second part of the season with a string of consistently fast performances and a win at Snetterton has been Dan McKay (IN2 Racing), while Sean Hudspeth (Parr Motorsport) and Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) have proven podium potential.

Tautvydas Barstys (Juta Racing) faces the toughest championship challenge at Silverstone in the Pro-Am2 category. With just 24 points on offer, the Lithuanian needs to outscore second-placed Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) by 18 points and third-placed Mark Radcliffe (Intersport Racing) by 12 points to leave as champion. All three have been battling hard all season, while Shamus Jennings (G-Cat Racing) and Iain Dockerill (Asset Advantage Racing) have both shown they can run at the front with ten podium visits between them.

On a short circuit with average speeds of over 100 mph, the grid looks set to be closer than ever. Cammish will be focused on becoming only the third driver in Porsche Carrera Cup GB history to take back to back titles, while Zamparelli will be fighting hard to keep his hopes of a maiden championship alive. In a season that has seen ever reducing margins between the drivers, rounds 13 and 14 could spring more surprises.

Live coverage of round 13 will be at 12.38 with round 14 shown at 16.30, both on Sunday 18 September on ITV4.

Timetable

Friday 16th September

Time                   
Activity                                                                   Championship                                                                  
Laps        
09:00 - 09:40 Free Practice Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain  
09:45 - 10:25 Free Practice Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup  
10:30 - 11:10 Free Practice Formula 4 Championship  
 11:15 - 11:45  Free Practice Ginetta Junior Championship  
11:50 - 12:30 Free Practice  Renault UK Clio Cup  
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch Break
 
13:30 - 14:10 Free Practice Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain  
14:15 - 14:55 Free Practice Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup  
15:00 - 15:40
Free Practice Formula 4 Championship  
15:45 - 16:15
Free Practice Ginetta Junior Championship  
16:20 - 17:00
 Free Practice  Renault UK Clio Cup  

 

Saturday 17th September

Time                   
Activity                                                                   Championship                                                                  
Laps       
09:00 - 09:20 Qualifying Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup  
09:30 - 10:10 Free Practice Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship  
10:30 - 10:50 Qualifying Formula 4 Championship  
11:00 - 11:15 Qualifying Ginetta Junior Championship  
11:25 - 11.55
Qualifying Renault UK Clio Cup  
12:05 - 12:35 Qualifying Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain  
12:45 - 13:25 Free Practice Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship  
13:25 - 14:05
Lunch Break
 
14:05
Race Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup 16
14:40
Race Ginetta Junior Championship 11
15:10
Race Formula 4 Championship 20 mins
15:45 - 16:15
Qualifying Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship
16:30
Race Renault UK Clio Cup  18
17:10 Race Ginetta Junior Championship  11

 

Sunday 18th September

Time                  
Activity                                                                  
Championship                                                                   
Laps      
09:10 - 09:35
Pit Lane Walkabout / BTCC Autograph Session

09:40 Race Formula 4 Championship  20 mins
10:15  Race Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup 22
11:15  Race Ginetta Junior Championship 11
11:45
BTCC Pit Lane Opens

11.57
Race Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship 22
12:38 Race Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain 28
13:10 - 13:45 Lunch Break    
13:35 BTC Driver Parade

13:45 Race Renault UK Clio Cup 18
14:20
BTCC Pit Lane Opens

14:32
Race Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship 22
15:15
  Formula 4 Championship 20 mins
15:50 Race Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup 22
16:30 Race Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain 28
17:05 BTCC Pit Lane Opens

17:22 Race Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship 22

 

Cammish and Jelley top rain-affected practice sessions

Media release: 16th September 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

Dan Cammish (Redline Racing) got what could be a decisive weekend in his battle to claim back-to-back titles off to a flying start by heading the second of two rain-affected practice sessions.

Running the reigning champion close to within a tenth of a second was his sparring partner from rounds five and six, Stephen Jelley (Team Parker Racing). Tom Sharp (IDL Racing) was not to be left out as the drying track saw slick tyres and times tumbling, the 2015 Rookie champion ending within a tenth of the fastest time and completing the top three.

Making a strong return to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB was Daniel Lloyd (IN2 Racing), the Porsche GB 2012 / 2013 Scholar taking the flag in fifth, just one place behind 2016 / 2017 Scholar Charlie Eastwood (Redline Racing).

In Pro-Am1 the stand-out performance was that of Dan McKay (IN2 Racing), the 25-year-old placing seventh overall and comfortably at the top of the category. Almost a second behind was a tight group consisting of Sean Hudspeth (Parr Motorsport) and John McCullagh (Redline Racing), the Yorkshireman importantly ahead of title rival Euan McKay (IN2 Racing) in fourth.

Also mixing up the Pro-Am2 championship battle was Iain Dockerill (Asset Advantage Racing), making the best of the drying final session to head category leader Tautvydas Barstys (Juta Racing) and Mark Radcliffe (Intersport Racing).


A relentless rain shower kept conditions wet in the first session and lap record holder Dino Zamparelli (GT Marques) at the front of the field, the Bristol driver relishing the wet conditions. Also looking very much at home was Barrie Baxter (Redline Racing), the Pro-Am2 driver only one thousandth of a second from the fastest wet time in the category.

Dry weather is predicted for Saturday’s 30-minute qualifying session at 12.05. If Cammish can claim his 11th pole position of 2016, and the 20th of his Porsche Carrera Cup GB career, the deciding championship battle will undoubtedly be under way. No doubt the chasing pack will be pushing hard to prevent that, the charge led by Jelley and Sharp.

Free Practice One Times

Media release: 16th September 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques
1:02.132 -
2 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 1:02.342
0.210
3 Pro Dan Cammish GBR Redline Racing
1:02.360 0.228
4 Pro Lewis Plato GBR Team Redline 1:02.489 0.357
5 Pro Dan Lloyd GBR In2 Racing 1:02.504 0.372
6 Pro Jonas Gelzinis LTU
GT Marques 1:02.509 0.377
7 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline 1:02.529
0.397
8 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR Juta Racing 1:02.553 0.421
9 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 1:02.571 0.439
10 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing
1:02.633 0.501
11 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 1:02.700 0.568
12 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing
1:03.181 1.049
13
ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing 1:03.250 1.118
14 ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
GBR Parr Motorsport 1:03.687 1.555
15 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport
1:04.023 1.891
16 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing
1:04.024 1.892
17 ProAm2 Tautvyds Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing
1:04.124 1.992
18 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport
1:04.243 2.111
19 ProAm2 Rupert Martin
GBR
Team Parker Racing
1:04.702 2.570
20 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR
G-Cat Racing
1:04.759
2.627
21 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR
Asset Advantage Racing
1:06.596 4.464

 

Free Practice Two Times

Media release: 16th September 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dan Cammish
GBR
Redline Racing
56.854 -
2 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 56.906 0.052
3 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing
56.952 0.098
4 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 57.100 0.246
5 Pro Dan Llyod
GBR In2 Racing
57.347 0.493
6 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques 57.358 0.504
7 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 57.427 0.573
8 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline
57.438 0.584
9 Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline 57.474 0.620
10 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques
57.562 0.708
11 Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing 57.899 1.045
12 ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport
58.434 1.580
13
ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 58.623 1.769
14 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 58.692 1.838
15 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing
58.896 2.042
16 ProAm2 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing
59.057 2.203
17 ProAm2 Tautvyds Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing
59.170 2.316
18 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport
59.444 2.590
19 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing
1:00.177 3.323
20 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing 1:00.185 3.331
21 ProAm2 Rupert Martin
GBR Team Parker Racing 1:02.160 5.306
22 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport 1:08.284 11.430

Cammish sets his sights firmly on the title with double pole positions

Media release: 17th September 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

In cold conditions and on a green track that had been damp only minutes before qualifying, Dan Cammish (Redline Racing) put in a champion’s final lap to secure pole position by over two tenths of a second.

Tricky conditions and a short lap with average speeds of over 105 mph kept the pack close, less than a second separating the top 14 as the flag fell. Several drivers set the early pace, positions changing lap by lap as the surface and tyres found heat.

The mid-session change for tyres produced a frantic last ten minutes, Cammish making a rare error on his new set but finding space to secure the two fastest times on his last two laps. With Cammish’s nearest championship challenger, Dino Zamparelli (GT Marques), starting fifth and third, a second title is edging that bit nearer for the reigning champion.

Tom Oliphant (Team Redline) completed his best Porsche Carrera Cup GB qualifying session to date, starting round 13 in second alongside Cammish for the standing start. Also on good form and just 0.002 seconds behind Oliphant was Stephen Jelley (Team Parker Racing). The experienced racer was unlucky to miss out on victory at Oulton Park and has secured himself the best opportunity since to make amends, starting round 14 from second.

Returning Porsche GB Scholar Daniel Lloyd starts an impressive eighth and sixth, the influence of an experienced Pro driver having a clear effect on IN2 Racing team mates Dan and Euan McKay in the Pro-Am1 category. Inseparable as ever, Euan starts first and second in class, Dan second and first.

Following up the flying Scots was Sean Hudspeth (Parr Motorsport), the Rookie driver fresh from his outing in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup at Monza and starting both races third. Championship hopeful John McCullagh (Redline Racing), and the only driver who can deny Euan McKay the Pro-Am1 title this weekend, starts both races from fourth.

Making a clear statement in the Pro-Am2 category was Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport). Sporting a new helmet design for the weekend, the experienced Kyle-Henney stayed out as others changed to new tyres and secured a dominant pair of class pole positions.

Continuing his good form, Shamus Jennings (G-Cat Racing) came away from the session second and third, while championship contender Mark Radcliffe (Intersport Racing) took third and second. Category leader Tautvydas Barstys (Juta Racing) could manage only a brace of fourth places.

Neither Jelley nor Oliphant will be placing a particular focus on their championship campaigns, leaving Cammish and Zamparelli to contend with a motivated and hungry pack around them. Rounds thirteen and fourteen take place tomorrow at 12.38 (standing start) and 16.30 (rolling start), both shown live on ITV4.

Grid - Race One

Media release: 17th September 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dan Cammish
GBR Redline Racing 55.907 -
2 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline 56.131 0.224
3 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 56.133 0.226
4 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques
56.154 0.247
5 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques 56.167 0.260
6 Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline 56.178 0.271
7 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing
56.294 0.387
8 Pro Daniel Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing
56.347 0.440
9 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 56.400 0.493
10 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 56.421 0.514
11 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 56.426
0.519
12 ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
GBR Parr Motorsport
56.526 0.619
13
Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing 56.702 0.795
14 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport 56.891 0.984
15 ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 56.989 1.082
16 ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing 57.219 1.312
17 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing
57.411 1.504
18 ProAm2 Mark Radclifee
GBR Intersport
57.426 1.519
19 ProAm2
Tautvydas Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing
57.626 1.719
20 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing
57.686 1.779
21 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing
57.731 1.824
22 ProAm2 Rupert Martin
GBR
Team Parker Racing
58.587 2.680

Cammish triumphs as Kyle-Henney dominates ProAm2

Media release: 18th September 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

Cammish made a perfect start and was never troubled after he surged ahead, posting the fastest lap on his way to taking his 10th win of the season. Before the lights had even turned green, Tom Sharp (IDL Racing) dashed to the pits on the formation lap with possible clutch issues. A bitter disappointment for the 2015 Rookie champion, as despite posting the second fastest lap he could improve no further than to 16th.

Behind Cammish battles raged, Stephen Jelley (Team Parker Racing) briefly taking second place from Tom Oliphant (Team Redline) before a signature move from Oliphant around the outside saw him reclaim the place. With one more challenge from Jelley at Brooklands rebuffed, Oliphant strode to a strong second place and a long-overdue podium finish for the rapid newcomer.

Despite starting from 11th due to a seriously flat spotted front tyre in qualifying, a series of impressive overtakes saw Porsche GB 2016/2017 Scholar Charlie Eastwood sweep through the field and displace Jelley to complete the podium in third. It was a fitting drive to secure him the 2016 Rookie championship.

Jelley fought hard to hold on to fourth, while Dino Zamparelli (GT Marques) kept his championship hopes alive by a thread in fifth. Team mate Alessandro Latif followed up his strong qualifying performance with a late race surge that took him to sixth, although late contact between Jonas Gelzinis (Juta Racing) and Lewis Plato (Team Redline) saw Plato eventually retire with a puncture.

In Pro-Am1, Dan McKay (IN2 Racing) never looked under threat, taking ninth overall and his second category win of 2016. Brother Euan (IN2 Racing) had a fantastic duel with Sean Hudspeth (Parr Motorsport) for most of the 28 laps, resolved in McKay’s favour when Hudspeth spun at Copse after the pair had swapped places at least three times. Hudspeth recovered to fourth, leaving Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) to take the final podium place.

Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) maintained his stranglehold on the Pro-Am2 category, fighting in amongst the Pro-Am1 contenders and taking the category win with an almost ten second margin. Mark Radcliffe (Intersport Racing) did his championship hopes no harm in second, with Tautvydas Barstys (Juta Racing) maintaining a slender championship advantage in third.

Race One Results

Media release: 18th September 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dan Cammish
GBR
Redline Racing
26:49.668 -
2 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline
26:51.537 1.869
3 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 26:52.092 2.424
4 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 26:53.456 3.788
5 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques
26:53.736 4.068
6 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques 26:54.047 4.379
7 Pro Daniel Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing 27:01.977 12.309
8 Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing 27:02.536 12.868
9 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 27:07.167 17.499
10 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 27:10.145 20.477
11 ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing 27:13.426 23.758
12 ProAm1
Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport 27:19.240 29.572
13
ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport
27:23.824 34.156
14 ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 27:31.843 42.175
15 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersports
27:32.807 43.139
16 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing
27:35.097 45.429
17 ProAm2 Tautvydas Barstys
LTU
Juta Racing
27:41.814 52.146
18  ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing
27:45.493 55.825
19 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing
28:00.202 1:10.534
20 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing
26:55.547 1 Lap
21 ProAm2 Rupert Martin
GBR Team Parker Racing
27:55.047 1 Lap
DNF Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline 26:15.131 1 Lap

 

Fastest Lap


Pro - Dan Cammish (Redline Racing) - 56.834

 

ProAm1 - Euan McKay (In2 Racing) - 57.413

 

ProAm2 - Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) - 57.996

 

Grid - Race Two

 

Media release: 17th September 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dan Cammish
GBR
Redline Racing 55.922 -
2 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 56.169 0.247
3 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques
56.190 0.268
4 Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline
56.234 0.312
5 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline 56.275 0.353
6 Pro Dan Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing 56.348 0.426
7 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 56.430 0.508
8 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing
56.471 0.549
9 ProAm1 Dan McKasy
GBR In2 Racing
56.588 0.666
10 Pro Alessandro Latif
GBR GT Marques 56.605 0.683
11 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 56.614 0.692
12 Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing 56.721 0.799
13
ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport
56.841 0.919
14 ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport 57.151 1.229
15 ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 57.230 1.308
16 ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing 57.435 1.513
17 ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport
57.473 1.551
18 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing
57.476 1.554
19 ProAm2 Tautvydas Barstys
GBR Juta Racing
57.825
1.903
20 ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing
57.909 1.987
21 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage 58.120 2.198
22 ProAm2 Rupert Martin
GBR Team Parker Racing
58.652 2.730

Cammish takes back to back titles as Jelley chases to flag

Media release: 18th September 2016

 

Source: Porsche Cars GB

 

Jelley and Zamparelli ran Cammish close, but neither could deny the champion elect taking his second title in style with his 11th win of the season – a tally that matches his 2015 haul of victories.

Jelley looked a threat on the opening lap, but a challenge from Zamparelli saw his focus shift from offence to defence and Cammish edge away in the lead. Despite a mid-race safety car that bunched the field, Cammish made a superb restart while Jelley managed to hold off a racy Zamparelli over the final laps to take second place, the Bristol driver finishing in third.

Eastwood was forced to start the second race on worn tyres after his qualifying lock up, but still managed to gain three places to finish a solid fourth. Recovering from his race one setback, Sharp took sixth after Oliphant received a five second penalty for exceeding track limits.

Continuing his run of good form, Dan McKay took his sixth consecutive podium and second consecutive win in Pro-Am1, while brother Euan, newly crowned category champion, followed him home in second. Sherwood once again made the podium, after a spin for Hudspeth in the early stages saw him drop to fourth.

Some of the best race action came from the Pro-Am2 category. Shamus Jennings (G-Cat Racing) took his first win of the season with a fine drive, defending all the way from Iain Dockerill (Asset Advantage Racing). A second-time visitor to the podium, Barrie Baxter recovered well after dropping to the back of the pack to take third. Category leader Barstys held on to fourth after main contenders Kyle-Henney and Radcliffe came together at Luffield, both drivers going no further and bringing out safety car.

With just two rounds remaining, only the Pro-Am2 title remains to be decided. After their performances at Silverstone, several drivers will be more hungry than ever to prove their mettle ahead of 2017 and take a maiden victory.

Race Two Results

Media release: 18th September 2016

 

Source: TSL Timing

 

Pos.     Class          Driver                               Nat.       
Entry                                      
Time           
Gap        
1
Pro
Dan Cammish
GBR
Redline Racing 28:08.017 -
2 Pro Stephen Jelley
GBR Team Parker Racing 28:09.169 1.152
3 Pro Dino Zamparelli
GBR GT Marques
28:09.256 1.239
4 Pro Charlie Eastwood
GBR Redline Racing 28:12.291 4.274
5 Pro Tom Oliphant
GBR Team Redline 28:15.775 7.758
6 Pro Tom Sharp
GBR IDL Racing 28:16.648 8.631
7 Pro Daniel Lloyd
GBR In2 Racing
28:17.546 9.529
8 Pro Alessandro Lafit
GBR GT Marques 28:17.805 9.788
9 Pro Jonas Gelzinis
LTU
Juta Racing 28:18.268 10.251
10 Pro Lewis Plato
GBR Team Redline
28:22.993 14.976
11 ProAm1 Dan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 28:23.493 15.476
12 ProAm1 Euan McKay
GBR In2 Racing 28:23.957 15.940
13
ProAm1 Justin Sherwood
GBR Team Parker Racing 28:27.416 19.399
14 ProAm1 Sean Hudspeth
SIN
Parr Motorsport
28:28.201 20.184
15 ProAm1 John McCullagh
GBR Redline Racing 28:40.476 32.459
16 ProAm2 Shamus Jennings
GBR G-Cat Racing
29:00.369 52.352
17 ProAm2 Iain Dockerill
GBR Asset Advantage Racing
29:00.668 52.651
18  ProAm2 Barrie Baxter
GBR Redline Racing
29:00.962 52.945
19 ProAm2 Tautvydas Bartsys
LTU
Juta Racing
29:01.664 53.647
20 ProAm2 Rupert Martin
GBR Team Parker Racing
28:28.088 1 Lap
DNF
ProAm2 Peter Kyle-Henney
GBR Parr Motorsport
8:18.886 20 Laps
DNF
ProAm2 Mark Radcliffe
GBR Intersport
5:55.702 22 Laps

 

Fastest Lap


Pro - Stephen Jelley (Team Parker Racing) - 56.696

 

ProAm1 - Dan McKay (In2 Racing) - 57.173

 

ProAm2 - Peter Kyle-Henney (Parr Motorsport) - 58.196