Daytona Tamworth 2018-19 InKart Championships
Round Ten Race Report (PDF Download)
Hello from a warm yet overcast Daytona Tamworth for Round 10 of the 2018/2019 Championship. There are spots of rain that soon dry due to the warm air temperatures so the drivers will need to manage the tyre temperatures to obtain optimum grip levels.
Sam Cole starts the first Cadet race from pole. Sam Cole tries to stretch a gap straight away with Andrew McWilliam bursting through the field into 2nd from 5th on the grid and chases after the leader. Oliver Flint crosses the line in 3rd with Reece Checkley also having a good start to get into 4th. Brogan Dilley heads Harry Winyard for the final positions. Andrew McWilliam has latched onto Sam Cole as the two leaders pull away at the front adapting to the greasy conditions quickly. Harry Winyard spins at Turn 4 dropping him further behind. Andrew McWilliam makes a good exit from Turn 10 to get alongside through Turn 11 but Sam Cole holds on around the outside to get the inside for the hairpin and maintain position. Andrew McWilliam tries again through Turn 2 but yields going into the chicane. Andrew McWilliam gets up the inside at Turn 1 the following lap to move through into the lead. The drivers behind are spreading out. Andrew McWilliam has opened up a half second gap. Oliver Flint is very comfortable in 3rd with Reece Checkley focusing on catching him. Brogan Dilley is having a good showing on his debut in front of another newcomer Harry Winyard who is only a short distance behind. Finished Andrew McWilliam, Sam Cole, Oliver Flint, Reece Checkley, Brogan Dilley & Harry Winyard.
Jake Perry lines up on pole. The rain falls again making conditions very slippy as the drivers try to find grip. Brogan Dilley spins at the chicane holding Abi Sanders up. The drivers slip and slide through the first couple of laps as they test their grip levels. Jake Perry is getting his head down and pulls a 3 second gap at the front. Brendan James is in 2nd with Abi Sanders making her way through the field into 3rd. Brogan Dilley is in 4th ahead of Archie Potter and Harrison Adcock-Zamani. Brendan James is sliding around but manages to stay on the island to take the lead just ahead of the fast charging Abi Sanders. Jake Perry is now in 3rd. Abi Sanders drives through into the lead as Brendan James clings on, whilst Jake Perry is finding his feet. Jake Perry dives into the chicane and makes a good move to get past Brendan James. Brogan Dilley is still in 4th, with Archie Potter holding 5th and Harrison Adcock-Zamani bringing up the rear. Jake Perry has fallen away from Brendan James as the latter tries to maintain the gap to Abi Sanders, who has driven a superb race in the tricky conditions. Jake Perry makes a brave move around the outside of Turn 7 to get past Brendan James, Brendan James fights back to retake the position and holds on across the line. Finished Abi Sanders, Brendan James, Jake Perry, Brogan Dilley, Archie Potter & Harrison Adcock-Zamani.
Abi Sanders starts from 1st position. The drivers all struggle to find grip with Harrison Adcock-Zamani emerging in the lead at the end of the lap. Harry Winyard spins at Turn 6. Harrison Adcock-Zamani holds the lead through the lap as the drivers behind sort themselves out. Abi Sanders if first to attack and gets past Harrison Adcock-Zamani through Turn 11. Abi Sanders is eyes forward and focused as she pulls out a 2 second gap. Harrison Adcock-Zamani is fending of Andrew McWilliam and Nathan Britain as the latter two swap positions. Jake Perry is hanging on the back in 5th. Harry Winyard is bringing up the rear after rejoining from the pit following his earlier spin. Andrew McWilliam is trying every way to get past Harrison Adcock-Zamani but just can’t manage to get far enough alongside. 2nd to 5th are all nose to tail with Jake Perry driving around the outside of Nathan Britain through Turn 10. Nathan Britain dives up the inside into the hairpin and bumps into Harrison Adcock-Zamani allowing Jake Perry to get past. Finished Abi Sanders, Andrew McWilliam, Jake Perry, Harrison Adcock-Zamani, Nathan Britain & Harry Winyard.
Reece Checkley starts from pole for the final Cadet heat. Sam Cole drives a brilliant lap to cross the line in 1st from last on the grid. Reece Checkley is in 2nd trying to contain Nathan Britain. Brendan James and Oliver Flint are fighting over 4th and 5th with Archie Potter trailing behind. Sam Cole has opened a commanding lead. Nathan Britain has got past Reece Checkley and is trying to pull clear in 2nd. Oliver Flint is climbing all over the back of Brendan James and getting a little too friendly. Sam Cole is driving in another race out front whilst the positions behind look like they are stabilising. Nathan Britain has got his head down and leaves Reece Checkley, Brendan James and Oliver Flint to squabble over the final podium position. Brendan James is trying to attack and defend at the same time. Oliver Flint is looking at every gap to try to advance and keeps getting the door shut on him. Oliver Flint makes a concerted effort into the final hairpin and manages to squeeze by to take 4th. Finished Sam Cole, Nathan Britain, Reece Checkley, Oliver Flint, Brendan James & Archie Potter.
Oliver Flint lines up on pole. Slow start by Oliver Flint. Reece Checkley gets through into the lead and tries to open a gap straight away. Oliver Flint is keeping him honest. Harrison Adcock-Zamani has got himself into 3rd and gives chase. Oliver Flint makes a good move inside at Turn 7 and Reece Checkley fights back into the lead at Turn 9. Oliver Flint tries again through Turn 1 and the drivers are side by side as they enter the chicane. This squabbling has allowed Harrison Adcock-Zamani to close in. Behind Brogan Dilley and Harry Winyard are fighting over 4th with Archie Potter in 6th. The rain falls again and the drivers are sliding all over the place. Oliver Flint spins out at Turn 6. Brogan Dilley manages the conditions the best and takes control of the race in 1st. Reece Checkley is in 2nd and fending off the advances of Harrison Adcock-Zamani. Harrison Adcock-Zamani manages to slide past at Turn 1. Harry Winyard is driving too quick for the conditions and keeps spinning off. Reece Checkley spins wide and allows Oliver Flint through into 3rd. Brogan Dilley holds on for the win with Harrison Adcock-Zamani clinging on for 2nd. Oliver Flint spins out at Turn 6 but manages to recover to maintain 3rd. Archie Potter is in 4th with Reece Checkley in 5th. Finished Brogan Dilley, Harrison Adcock-Zamani, Oliver Flint, Archie Potter, Reece Checkley & Harry Winyard. Brogan Dilley advances to the A final.
1st – Brogan Dilley
2nd – Harrison Adcock-Zamani
3rd – Oliver Flint
Abi Sanders starts the final Cadet race from pole. Abi Sanders gets a good start but is immediately being harassed by Sam Cole. Jake Perry and Andrew McWilliam are squabbling over 3rd. Brendan James and Brogan Dilley are having their own battle for 5th and 6th. Nathan Britain is recovering after spinning out at Turn 4. Abi Sanders is not letting Sam Cole escape, whilst Jake Perry has put some daylight between himself and Andrew McWilliam. Brogan Dilley has got the better of Brendan James as all the drivers start to spread out. Jake Perry spins out at the exit of Turn 10 letting Andrew McWilliam back through. Brendan James has closed back in to pressure Brogan Dilley. Andrew McWilliam spins out at Turn 6 handing 3rd back to Jake Perry. Abi Sanders is still not letting Sam Cole get clear at the front as she maintains a one second gap to the leader. Jake Perry is now comfortable in 3rd. Andrew McWilliam has spun out again dropping behind both Brogan Dilley and Brendan James. Nathan Britain has spun out at Turn 6 dropping himself further behind at the back. Sam Cole is feeling the pressure as Abi Sanders closes in at a tenth a lap. Andrew McWilliam is recovering and closes in on Brogan Dilley and Brendan James. Brendan James manages to get by Brogan Dilley leaving Brogan Dilley to fend off Andrew McWilliam. The three drivers try different lines as they search for the grip to gain an advantage. Andrew McWilliam’s persistence pays off and he gets by Brendan James and then Brogan Dilley to promote himself into 4th. Sam Cole keeps looking over his shoulder as he tries to manage the gap to Abi Sanders behind. Brogan Dilley spins out to drop behind Brendan James. Finished Sam Cole, Abi Sanders, Jake Perry, Andrew McWilliam, Brendan James, Brogan Dilley & Nathan Britain.
Cadets A Final L-R: Abi Sanders (2nd), Sam Cole (1st), Jake Perry (3rd)
Harry Sanders starts the Juniors heats from pole. All drivers fall into line astern with Harry Sanders fending off Eric Su and Casey Baughan. Tommy Webster has made the best start advancing a place into 5th. Eric Su dives up the inside of turn 4 but can’t make the move stick. Dillon Davis gets back past Tommy Webster through turn 11. Eric Su dives up the inside of Turn 1 but again can’t hold the manoeuvre through Turn 2. The rain drops fall again as the drivers 1st to 4th are nose to tail. Dillon Davis is bridging the gap in 5th with newcomer Tommy Webster holding on in 6th. Harry Sanders is defending heavily in 1st with Eric Su climbing all over the back of him. Dillon Davis is making the best of the slippy conditions and moves into 4th ahead of Ben Sanders. Casey Baughan is trying to cling on to the back of the leading pair in 3rd. Tommy Webster has now caught and passed Ben Sanders. Eric Su gets cleanly passed Harry Sanders through Turn 11 and holds on into Turn 12 hairpin to wrestle the position. Harry Sanders returns serve to retake top spot. Ben Sanders has gathered himself and takes Tommy Webster for 5th. Harry Sanders is pushed all the way to the line but holds on for the win. Finished Harry Sanders, Eric Su, Casey Baughan, Dillon Davis, Ben Sanders & Tommy Webster.
Ethan Kirkby starts from the front. Nice get away from Ethan Kirkby and Sam Halle-Hinxman. Ben Foden makes a fantastic start and moves into 4th. Ethan Kirkby holds onto the lead with Sam Halle-Hinxman in close attention. Zack Wilson is in 3rd with Ben Foden almost in the same driver seat. Sam Halle-Hinxman gets alongside into Turn 11 and moves through as the drivers approach Turn 12. Ben Foden has finally managed to best Zack Wilson to move into the final podium spot. Ethan Kirkby is now hounding Sam Halle-Hinxman and Sam Halle-Hinxman is looking over his shoulder fending of the advances. The two front runners are swapping positions lap by lap. William Potter has now caught and passed Zack Wilson, whilst Ben Foden is closing in on the two leaders to make it a 3 way fight. Sam Halle-Hinxman has got himself a small amount of breathing room as Ethan Kirkby is fending off Ben Foden. Zack Wilson is now keeping William Potter honest. Ben Foden gets by into the hairpin yet Ethan Kirkby gets a better drive and retakes the spot through Turn 1. Finished Sam Halle-Hinxman, Ethan Kirkby, Ben Foden, Zack Wilson & William Potter.
Tommy Webster lines up in prime spot. Casey Baughan keeps it clean to move into the lead at the end of the first lap. Mark Whitbread spins at Turn 6 dropping him to 5th ahead of Sam Mason who is struggling in the wet conditions. Eric Su gives chase in 2nd and manages to dive in front at the chicane. Tommy Webster is in 3rd with Mark Whitbread slowly catching after his earlier spin. Eric Su is driving really well to pull a few seconds clear. Casey Baughan is managing his position in 2nd. Mark Whitbread spins at Turn 11 after he closed in on Tommy Webster relieving Tommy Webster of the pressure and has start all over again to catch him. Eric Su continues to stretch the lead as Mark Whitbread gets his head down and closes right in on Tommy Webster. Mark Whitbread makes a lunge into Turn 7 to no avail, buts keeps the pressure on to get by through Turn 10. Tommy Webster returns the favour into the chicane with a nice clean move. The rain eases and the track starts to dry out as the race draws to a close. The final podium position is being fought over through the entire last lap and the drivers are swapping positions virtually every corner. Mark Whitbread manages to get a better exit from the hairpin. Finished Eric Su, Casey Baughan, Mark Whitbread, Tommy Webster & Sam Mason.
Dillon Davis starts from pole position. Dillon Davis gets a good start to open a small gap. Harry Sanders is in 2nd trying to close the gap and is pulling Sam Halle-Hinxman with him. Ben Sanders is keeping a watching brief in 4th ready to pounce. Sam Halle-Hinxman moves into 2nd to challenge Dillon Davis for the lead whilst Ben Sanders also gets past Harry Sanders for Harry Sanders to make a clean move into the hairpin to retake 3rd. Drivers are three wide through Turn 11 for 2nd as Harry Sanders manages to break clear in the lead. Dillon Davis tags Sam Halle-Hinxman into the chicane sending Sam Halle-Hinxman wide across the grass, collecting grass in the process. Dillon Davis is fending off Ben Sanders as Sam Halle-Hinxman pits following his off. Harry Sanders is now clear in the lead with Dillon Davis and Ben Sanders in 2nd and 3rd. Zack Wilson in 4th with Sam Halle-Hinxman now in last. Finished Harry Sanders, Dillon Davis, Ben Sanders, Zack Wilson & Sam Halle-Hinxman.
Ben Foden starts the final Juniors heat from 1st. Ethan Kirkby makes a brilliant start and is in 2nd by the exit of Turn 4. Ben Foden is clear at the front. Ethan Kirkby is now heading a 4 way fight in front of William Potter, Sam Mason and Mark Whitbread. Ethan Kirkby is eyes forward and tries to break clear. William Potter has a new shadow in the form of Sam Mason, whilst Mark Whitbread is clinging on in 5th. Ben Foden is now controlling the pace in the lead whilst Ethan Kirkby has put some daylight back to Sam Mason who has got by for 3rd. Mark Whitbread challenges William Potter for 4th but has the door shut on him as he tries the switch back out of the hairpin yet he persists with the move and manages to get alongside into Turn 1 to take the position. William Potter fights back and makes it back past and then they keep swapping positions as they fight over last spot. The rain falls again. Ben Foden is clear out front with Ethan Kirkby comfortable in 2nd. Sam Mason struggles with the changing conditions and drops into the clutches of Mark Whitbread as he gets breathing space back to William Potter. Finished Ben Foden, Ethan Kirkby, Mark Whitbread, William Potter & Sam Mason.
The rain falls heavier as Dillon Davis lines up in 1st. Zack Wilson loses out at the chicane as he spins into the tyres. The rain lashes down as the drivers slip and slide around the track. Dillon Davis holds on to the lead with a slim advantage over Mark Whitbread. William Potter and Tommy Webster are in close attention to each other in 3rd and 4th. Ben Sanders is trying to keep them honest with Sam Mason slowly falling back. Zack Wilson is really struggling with the wet conditions and has dropped right off the pace. The drivers are tentatively going around the corners as they search for grip. Mark Whitbread is now starting to pressurise Dillon Davis for the lead whilst Ben Sanders has snuck past Tommy Webster for 4th. Ben Sanders has really got the bit between his teeth and closed in and drives around the outside of William Potter through Turn 5. Mark Whitbread spins releasing Dillon Davis. Tommy Webster has now caught William Potter as he struggles with the conditions. Sam Mason spins out at Turn 7 dropping himself further behind. Dillon Davis is managing to maintain 1st ahead of Mark Whitbread who has reopened up a gap back to Ben Sanders in 3rd. Mark Whitbread has gathered himself to close in on Dillon Davis. Ben Sanders is still clinging on in 3rd, whilst the gap between Tommy Webster and William Potter yo-yos back and forth between each corner. Finished Dillon Davis, Mark Whitbread, Ben Sanders, Tommy Webster, William Potter, Sam Mason & Zack Wilson. Dillon Davis advances to the A final.
1st – Dillon Davis
2nd – Mark Whitbread
3rd – Ben Sanders
Harry Sanders starts the final Juniors race from pole. The drivers just about make it through the chicane without incident and get their head down. Harry Sanders holds the lead at the end of lap one. Eric Su runs out of track at the exit of Turn 10 and drops to the tail end of the field. Ben Foden and Ethan Kirkby are making the best of the conditions to break clear in 2nd and 3rd. Harry Sanders is driving a smooth race out front and is pulling clear at the front. Dillon Davis is in 4th fending off Sam Halle-Hinxman and Casey Baughan. Ethan Kirkby is probing Ben Foden for 2nd and manages to get a better exit from the chicane to get ahead by Turn 4. Dillon Davis is now closing in on Ben Foden. Harry Sanders is now comfortable out front. Ethan Kirkby is clear in 2nd whilst Dillon Davis has got past Ben Foden for 3rd. Sam Halle-Hinxman is clinging on in 5th and Casey Baughan is a few kart lengths behind. Eric Su is still recovering at the back. Sam Halle-Hinxman makes a better exit from Turn 10 to get by Ben Foden for 4th. With a few minutes left the race seems to have settled down as the drivers find their rhythm. Eric Su has closed in on Casey Baughan but ran out of time. Finished Harry Sanders, Ethan Kirkby, Dillon Davis, Sam Halle-Hinxman, Ben Foden, Casey Baughan & Eric Su.
Juniors A Final L-R: Ethan Kirkby (2nd), Harry Sanders (1st) & Dillon Davis (3rd)
Thomas Lee-Davis starts the first senior race from pole. The drivers all search for grip around the damp track as Thomas Lee-Davis is the guinea pig getting to the corners first. Thomas Lee-Davis manages to pull a few lengths clear with Alex Bomberg keeping him honest. 3rd is a fight between Joe Hamblett, Richard Lavender, Tony Welch, Darren Holliday & George Kenning. Romain Farigoule spins at the hairpin dropping himself to the back. Alex Bomberg has squeezed through into the lead, whilst Tony Welch is now clear in 3rd. George Kenning is climbing all over Richard Lavender and manages to make a move stick up the inside of Turn 9. Tony Welch is closing the gap to the two leaders. George Kenning is now clear in 4th and focuses eyes forward to try and bridge the gap. Tony Welch has now caught the two leaders to make it a 3-way fight for the lead. Alex Bomberg is just holding off Thomas Lee-Davis with Tony Welch now sniffing for an opportunity. Richard Lavender is in 5th with Joe Hamblett and James Cook closing in. Darren Holliday runs wide at Turn 10 dropping behind the recovering Romain Farigoule. Finished Alex Bomberg, Thomas Lee-Davis, Tony Welch, George Kenning, Richard Lavender, Joe Hamblett, James Cook, Kieran Coombs, Patrick Kelly, Steven Humpage, Mark Blaine, Romain Farigoule, Darren Holliday & Savannah Hardy.
Romain Farigoule starts the second heat from pole. Romain Farigoule manages to keep the lead through lap one whilst all the drivers behind squabble over track position behind on the drying track. James Cook drives around the outside of Turn 7 taking two spots in the process and leads at the end of lap 2. George Kenning has moved into 4th behind Richard Lavender as they both close in on pole man Romain Farigoule. Alex Bomberg has had a fantastic few opening laps and moves into 5th position behind Tony Welch as they both demote Romain Farigoule. James Cook has opened a 2 second lead as Richard Lavender tries to close the gap. George Kenning is in 3rd a few lengths behind. Tony Welch is now in 4th with his new shadow Alex Bomberg. George Kenning is catching Richard Lavender. Tony Welch pits releasing Alex Bomberg and the rest of the field. James Cook is now controlling the pace at the front as George Kenning is harrying Richard Lavender for 2nd. Alex Bomberg hasn’t shaken Romain Farigoule, whilst Savannah Hardy heads the rest of the field in 6th. Romain Farigoule dives into the last corner to take 4th away from Alex Bomberg. Finished James Cook, Richard Lavender, George Kenning, Romain Farigoule, Alex Bomberg, Savannah Hardy, Kieran Coombs, Patrick Kelly, Joe Hamblett, Darren Holliday, Steven Humpage, Mark Blaine, Thomas Lee-Davis & Tony Welch.
Alex Bomberg starts the final from prime position. Good clean start by all drivers as they slot into position. Tony Welch has advanced forwarded two spaces on the opening tour. Tony Welch is up to 6th. Alex Bomberg is clear out front with James Cook giving chase. Richard Lavender is heading the pack with George Kenning fending off the hard charging Tony Welch. Joe Hamblett is putting himself in the mix making it 3 drivers fighting over the same piece of tarmac. Romain Farigoule comes off the worst as the drivers tangle going through Turn 2 and he ends up grass tracking to avoid the tyre barrier. Alex Bomberg is in his groove with a 2 second gap to James Cook and Richard Lavender a further 1.5 seconds down the road in 3rd. Patrick Kelly has worked himself into 4th just ahead of George Kenning and Kieran Coombs. Tony Welch is recovering after the earlier altercation and challenges Joe Hamblett for 7th also dragging Darren Holliday with him. Richard Lavender is keeping James Cook honest whilst Alex Bomberg edges away at the front. Patrick Kelly is now comfortable in 4th whilst Kieran Coombs has emerged at the front of the chasing pack. Tony Welch has worked his way back into 6th and is now focused on Kieran Coombs. The front 4 are quite settled whilst all the action is 5th backwards. Tony Welch gets through at Turn 7 but is fast running out of time to progress any further. Alex Bomberg is controlling the pace at the front whilst Tony Welch is now stretching the pack from 5th down. Patrick Kelly in 4th is the fastest driver on circuit and is closing in on Richard Lavender in 3rd. Finished Alex Bomberg, James Cook, Richard Lavender, Patrick Kelly, Tony Welch, Kieran Coombs, George Kenning, Joe Hamblett, Darren Holliday, Mark Blaine, Thomas Lee-Davis, Romain Farigoule, Steven Humpage & Savannah Hardy. Darren Holliday wins the Super Heavy category.
DMAX-GT A Final L-R: James Cook (2nd), Alex Bomberg (1st), Richard Lavender (3rd)
The drivers tentatively start the qualifying session as they explore the grip levels in the damp but drying track. After all drivers have done their opening flying lap Team Okonski are heading the leaderboard setting a time of 1:01:579. Halfway through the session and Team Kenning have moved into provisional pole position with a time of 1:01:376. Team Holliday snatch overall pole position and also earn themselves the extra Heavies point for qualifying with a couple of laps to go setting a time of 1:00:999 and The extra Lights point for qualifying goes to Team Okonski.
Poor start by Team Hatto as they drop to the back of the pack. Team Holliday hold onto the lead being closely followed by Team Kenning. Team Cook are in 3rd a short distance back and fending of Team Okonski and Team Hatto. Team Smith pit immediately to carry out their stop. Team Holliday and Team Kenning have pulled clear at the front whilst Team Hatto has found his groove and manages to get past Team Cook and Team Okonski as the three drivers fight over the same piece of circuit. Team Kenning is attached to the rear bumper of Team Holliday as Team Okonski comes in for their pit stop. Team Hatto are maintaining a 2.5 second gap to the leading two. Team Cook are a further 4.5 seconds behind. Team Okonski are the first of those that have pitted. Team Cook make their mandatory pitstop making half of the field that have pitted at the 45 minutes remaining mark. Team Kenning are still shadowing Team Holliday. Team Kenning shows a nose as they exit Turn 10 but can’t get along side and slots back behind Team Holliday. Team Holliday make their stop with 40 minutes to go, releasing Team Kenning into the lead. Team Kenning pit the next lap and rejoin the circuit in front of Team Holliday and have the effective lead. Team Hatto now lead on the road but are the only remaining team to have to perform their stop. At the half way mark Team Hatto are still to pit and have a 10 second lead over Team Kenning who has now opened up a gap of 3.5 seconds to Team Holliday in 3rd. Team Okonski are in 4th a further 6 seconds back with Team Cook in 5th 8 seconds down the road. Team Smith are in 6th 30 seconds behind. Spots of rain fall over the circuit. 20 minutes to go and the black cloud above the circuit decides to dump its contents. Team Holliday capitalises on the slippy conditions and get by Team Kenning for the effective lead. Team Hatto spins out at Turn 6. Team Holliday are holding on to the lead as they search the circuit for grip. Team Kenning are in 2nd hovering at a second behind. Team Hatto carry out their stop with 17 minutes to go. Team Cook make the best of the weather to move into 3rd just ahead of Team Okonski, Team Hatto drop to 5th after their stop. Team Holliday have managed to open up a 6 second gap to Team Kenning as the rain falls really hard. All drivers are now tiptoeing around the corners trying to stay on the circuit. 8 minutes remain for the now sodden drivers as the clouds clear revealing blue skies. There are now puddles on the circuit as Team Kenning move back into the lead ahead of Team Holliday and immediately open a one second gap. Team Cook are still in 3rd albeit 15 seconds behind, yet have stretched their advantage over Team Okonski to 16 seconds. Team Hatto are in 5th with Team Smith in 6th. Team Holliday have regrouped and are now maintaining the gap to Team Kenning. Team Holliday get past Team Kenning as they run wide through Turn 4. Team Hatto spins out at Turn 4. Finished Team Holliday, Team Kenning, Team Cook, Team Okonski, Team Hatto & Team Smith. Team Hatto secure the extra point for fastest race lap in the Lights category whilst Team Kenning earns themselves the extra point for the Heavies category.
Sodi Endurance Lights L-R: Team Okonski (2nd), Team Cook (1st) & Team Hatto (3rd)
Sodi Endurance Heavies L-R: Team Kenning (2nd), Team Holliday (1st), Team Smith (3rd)
Superb effort from all drivers for some fantastic racing today. We now look ahead to the final Round 11, which is on Sunday 7th July.