240 Challenge Winner Reid – To Race With Fast Track Racing/Classic BMW At Daytona

Anglo American Oil Company Ltd, distributors for Sunoco Race Fuels throughout UK, Europe and the Middle East, are today delighted to announce that Kyle Reid, winner of this years Sunoco 240 Challenge, will be driving for Fast Track Racing/Classic BMW race team in a BMW M4 GT4.

Reid will be joining Toby Grahovec and Jayson Clunie for the IMSA Michelin Pilot – BMW Endurance Challenge at Daytona International Speedway on 25th January 2019.

Kyle Reid (29) is this year’s Sunoco 240 Challenge winner, and the 2018 the Mini Challenge UK Cooper Pro Champion. He was able to take the championship and the Challenge prize win with some impressive results. Out of 20 races, Kyle was on the podium 18 times, winning 15 races.

Agreeing the deal with Fast Track Racing/Classic BMW for Kyle’s fully funded prize drive, Anders Hildebrand, Managing Director of AAOC, said, “Kyle is our 8th winner of the Sunoco 240 Challenge and beat over 160 other competitors from Mini Challenge, Radical, British GT, F3 Cup, Britcar, GT Cup and LMP3 to win the race seat at the 4-hour endurance race at Daytona. The Challenge point system is structured to promote speed and consistency, both important attributes to become a successful endurance driver, and for sure Kyle proved by winning the 2019 240 Challenge that he has an abundance of both.  I’ve seen Kyle race on many occasions and am confident that he will do a very good job. His commitment and preparation for this opportunity is second to none and he has already spent time in the Base Performance simulator with 2016 Sunoco Whelen Challenge winner Jonny Adam as his coach to learn the track and get a feeling for the BMW GT4 car he will be racing. I’m also very excited that we, this year, have teamed up with Fast Track Racing/Classic BMW team manager Toby Grahovec who will also be one of the drivers in the BMW that Kyle will race. We are very much looking forward to working with Toby and to present Kyle to his team – this could be the year we’ll have a good chance of a podium”. 

Fast Track Racing/Classic BMW’s Toby Grahovec added, “We are very excited to have Kyle join us at Fast Track Racing/Classic BMW. With his outstanding track record, we believe he will be a great asset in helping us pursue victory”.

In the 2018 IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge, the Fast Track Racing/Classic BMW M4 GT4 was impressive with a second place at Sebring with Grahovec and Clunie as well as a fourth place at the BMW Endurance Challenge at Daytona International Speedway.

 

Mini Cooper Pro Challenge Champion Reid Wins Sunoco 240 Challenge & The Daytona Prize Drive

 

Kyle Reid has won the Sunoco 240 Challenge after wrapping up the Mini Challenge Cooper Pro class title at Rockingham last weekend (September 28/29). The 29-year-old Scot, who hails from the Highlands, will now travel to the legendary Daytona International Speedway this coming January to compete in the Rolex 24 At Daytona support race.

Reid’s final score of 105.91 reflects a dominant 2018 campaign that resulted in one of the junior Sunoco Challenge’s highest-ever average totals. Indeed, he has remained a permeant fixture at the top of the standings all season long despite the best efforts of Steve Burgess whose hopes of winning the prize were ended during a difficult Radical UK outing at the same venue yesterday.

The scale of Reid’s achievement is even more impressive given his day job in South Africa means he must fly to every Mini Challenge round, while his team – SCK Motorsport – travel the breadth of Britain from their base in Scotland.

Reid follows in the footsteps of another Mini Challenge Cooper Pro champion, Max Bladon, who won the Sunoco 240 Challenge in 2016. Like Bladon, Reid can now look forward to a fully-funded outing in the Michelin Pilot Challenge’s four-hour endurance race at the wheel of a GT4-spec supercar on January 25th, 2019.

Meanwhile, the senior Sunoco Whelen Challenge will be decided on October 13/14 when BRDC British F3 Championship protagonists Linus Lundqvist and Nicolai Kjaergaard attempt to overhaul current leader Phil Keen.

Kyle Reid, 2019 Sunoco 240 Challenge winner: “I’m speechless; I mean this sort of thing just doesn’t happen to a lad from the Highlands who races a Mini! Obviously, I’ve been keeping tabs on the 240 Challenge and knew I had a good chance but it’s not something you think about during a weekend when the primary focus is on winning races and the championship, which we managed to do at Rockingham. So, to get the call from Anders [Hildebrand] saying I’m going to Daytona, well, that’s just incredible! Sure, it’s a big step, but Max Bladon proved that it needn’t be too daunting. Daytona is an incredible race circuit that not many Europeans ever get a chance to compete on. It’s beyond my wildest expectations!

“There are a lot of people and sponsors without whom I couldn’t have achieved this: Tim Sleigh, Barry Homes, my Mum, Dad and my wife Laura, have all been so incredibly supportive, while William Nicol, AK System Solutions, Paint Technic, Mintech Spares, RAM Tubulars, Ocean Rig Skyros and Smart Air Solutions have been there every step of the way. A huge ‘thank you’ to all of them!”

Anders Hildebrand, Anglo American Oil Company Ltd: “I’m delighted that Kyle Reid has won the 2019 Sunoco 240 Challenge crown following another impressive performance at Rockingham. Kyle becomes our eighth 240 winner and second from the Mini Challenge Cooper Pro series in three years. Switching from a Mini to racing a GT4 supercar around Daytona’s legendary oval might seem like a daunting prospect but I’ve no doubt whatsoever that Kyle can do extremely well. After all, the 240 Challenge is designed to showcase the talents of young drivers that wouldn’t ordinarily have the chance to race in America. Our first Cooper winner, Max Bladon, was right on the money and raced impressively at Daytona, so there’s no reason why Kyle can’t do the same in January.”

Antony Williams, Mini Challenge: “It is fantastic news that Kyle Reid has won the Sunoco 240 challenge and will be following in the footsteps of previous Cooper Class winner Max Bladon in representing the MINI CHALLENGE at Daytona. Kyle has been incredible this year, winning more races than any other Cooper Pro class driver and being a gentleman along the way. Congratulations to him and we very much look forward to hearing how he gets on racing in the USA”

Keen Sensationally Pinches Sunoco Whelen Challenge Lead With One Weekend Remaining

2015 Sunoco Whelen Challenge winner Phil Keen is the new Challenge front-runner following a thrilling and unpredictable weekend of racing at Donington Park last weekend that saw erstwhile leader Linus Lundqvist, from Sweden, endure a troubled BRDC Formula 3 outing.

The young Swede headed into the penultimate round with a chance of winning the senior competition’s Rolex 24 At Daytona prize drive thanks to his near-18-point advantage. However, two troubled outings in the Challenge-eligible races resulted in his season’s average reducing by 12.26 marks to 86.07.

Keen, meanwhile, approached his final British GT appearance fully aware that only a victory would maintain his hopes of winning both the GT3 Drivers’ title and Sunoco Whelen Challenge. But while a second win of the season ultimately didn’t deliver the championship, victory and pole position helped increase his season’s average by 5.73 points to move the Barwell Lamborghini driver just 0.1 points ahead of Lundqvist.

The British F3 Championship leader’s difficult weekend was compounded by domestic title rival Nicolai Kjaergaard who kept himself in both the Formula 3 and Sunoco Whelen Challenge title hunt by claiming two wins and a fastest lap across the two eligible races. The Dane’s new improved total of 79.64 points is thus 6.43 shy of Keen’s total.

And so, the Sunoco Whelen Challenge rolls on to Silverstone in three weeks’ time (October 13/14) when Lundqvist and Kjaegaard go head-to-head for the British F3 and senior Sunoco crowns. The former’s task is undoubtedly much simpler: score 175 points from a possible 280. His adversary, on the other hand, requires a near-perfect weekend comprising two pole positions, two fastest laps, a victory and second place while also hoping Lundqvist fails to improve his average. The 265 points earned for those results would also take him above Keen’s current table-topping total.

Watching from home will be Keen, who – as a former winner – ordinarily wouldn’t be eligible to contest another Sunoco Challenge. However, as a celebration of the competition’s 10th anniversary, its organisers – Anglo American Oil Company – allowed all former champions a chance to test themselves once again.

One of them, Jonny Adam, now lies fourth in the standings after wrapping up his third British GT title at Keen’s expense on Sunday. His final average score of 77 points could yet result in two former winners also topping 2019’s standings.

Two more British GT3 Pros – Nicki Thiim and Yelmer Buurman – complete the top-six ahead of Radical racer Stuart Moseley and British GT4’s leading Pro, Charlie Fagg, while the top-10 is rounded out by Marco Sorensen and Patrik Matthiesen.

 

Lundqvist requires:

1x win and 1x 3rd = 175

1x pole, 1x 2nd and 1x 3rd = 180

2x pole, 1x 4th and 1x 3rd = 180

2x pole, 1x fastest lap, 1x 4th and 1x 5th = 180

2x pole, 2x fastest lap and 2x 5th = 190  

Kjaegaard requires:

2x pole, 2x fastest lap, 1x 1st and 1x 2nd = 265 points

Sunoco 240 Challenge Is Still All To Play For

Sunoco 240 Challenge Up For Grabs!!

It’s crunch time in the 2019 Sunoco Whelen and 240 Challenges, both of which could be decided in the next 10 days when the remaining contenders compete in BRDC British F3, British GT, Mini Cooper Challenge and Radical UK Challenge events around the UK.

The driver who will compete in the 2019 Rolex 24 At Daytona’s official support race could also be decided on September 29/30 when leading contenders from Mini Challenge Cooper and Radical UK Challenge go head-to-head at Rockingham.

Kyle Reid has looked untouchable for much of the season after making a fast start, but as his average reduces with every less-than-perfect weekend so the consistency of Steve Burgess becomes ever more apparent. The pair are now separated by just 4.28 points ahead of Reid’s final three Cooper races at Rockingham, while Burgess and title rival Dominik Jackson – himself 11.7 points shy of the 240 top spot – also have another Radical round to come at Silverstone on October 13/14.

If Reid continues to maintain his current average per race score, Burgess must outscore Reid by 10.9 points per race. Jackson meanwhile needs a 29 point swing per race over Reid, and an 18.3 points per race swing to overhaul Burgess, to claim the 240 Challenge at the final Radical event at Silverstone in October.

There is a final potential twist in this intriguing battle for the 240 Challenge – if both Reid and Burgess gain the perfect score in all their remaining races, Burgess will snatch the prize by 0.38 points.

Sunoco 240 Challenge: No Change At the Top

With the top-six drivers, including long-time leader Kyle Reid, not in action at Brands Hatch, the focus shifted to the amateur drivers racing in British GT3 and GT4.

Kelvin Fletcher has led the category’s charge in recent weeks and again improved his average score by finishing second in GT4’s Pro/Am class. His new 87.45-point total is 29.22 marks behind that of Reid, whose lead over nearest rival Steve Burgess (Radical Challenge) remains 14.59 points.

Burgess, as well as those drivers occupying positions three to six, will go head-to-head this weekend when Brands Hatch hosts Mini Challenge JCW and Radical Challenge heads to Snetterton. Reid, meanwhile, returns to action at Brands Hatch’s ‘Mini Fest’ on August 25-26.

The only other significant change saw Flick Haigh move from 14th to 10th after claiming fastest Am lap en route to British GT3 victory alongside Jonny Adam.

Relentless Reid Retains Sizeable 240 Challenge Lead At Silverstone

Kyle Reid maintained his stranglehold on this year’s Sunoco 240 Challenge last weekend at Silverstone where a further victory, fastest lap and pole positions helped Mini Challenge Cooper Pro’s runaway leader remain on course for a fully-funded GT4 seat in the 2019 Rolex 24 At Daytona’s support race.

With the next round of Sunoco Whelen Challenge-eligible series not in action until early July, all eyes were on Silverstone where both the Mini Challenge Cooper Pro and F3 Cup championships had assembled for their latest 240 outings.

Reid arrived at the event on 124 points, 21.78 more than nearest rival Steve Burgess whose tricky recent Radical Challenge UK appearance at Spa had helped the Mini ace inherit a comfortable advantage.

Reid’s season average was so good – drivers can accumulate a maximum 140 points per race – that only a similarly strong showing at Silverstone would keep him on course for the highest score in the competition’s 10-year history. And although he was beaten for the first time this year, a victory to go with second place, two pole positons and a fastest lap meant his overall total was trimmed by just 0.43 points.

Race 2 victory went to Robbie Dalgleish, whose earlier podium and fastest lap also helped increase his season’s average by more than five points. That vaulted the JRD Motors driver up to fifth overall behind Dominic Jackson (Radical Challenge UK) and Kelvin Fletcher (British GT4 Am).

F3 Cup’s unpredictable season also continued at Silverstone where the spread of winners, podium finishers, pole positons and fastest laps again prevented a leading Sunoco 240 Challenge contender from emerging.

Stuart Wiltshire started and ended the weekend as the championship’s best placed representative, albeit seven positions and 11.5 points lower than where he started after only scoring points for two podiums. On the flipside two wins and a fastest lap helped Cian Carey jump 20 places to 14th, while former front-runner Shane Kelly is one spot further back after suffering another inconsistent outing.

Lundqvist Ups The Whelen Ante But Whorton-Eales struggles At Snetterton

A bumper outing for Sunoco Whelen and 240 Challenge-eligible championships at Snetterton last weekend resulted in respective leaders Linus Lundqvist and Kyle Reid maintaining their places at the top of both standings.

Whelen: Lundqvist strengthens his lead

A combination of increasing his overall score and nearest rivals losing ground helped Linus Lundqvist consolidate his Sunoco Whelen Challenge lead at Snetterton where maximum points for a victory, pole position and fastest lap, as well as another podium, helped the BRDC British F3 Championship leader post an improved average score of 102.5.

The Swede began the weekend just one point ahead of nearest rival Phil Keen. However, a solid if unspectacular British GT3 round for the 2015 Sunoco Whelen Challenge winner has seen the gap widen to 10.1. His new overall mark of 92.4 is 6.57 more than a resurgent Nicolai Kjaergaard who increased his average by more than 13 points after claiming a British F3 win, pole, fastest lap and podium.

Radical European Masters’ Stuart Moseley remains fourth after enjoying a weekend off, while British GT3 Pro Yelmer Buurman has dropped 20 points and two places to fifth.

The biggest movers over the weekend were British GT3 Pro team-mates Nicki Thiim and Marco Sorensen. Race 2 victory and fastest lap helped the latter vault 14 places to seventh, one spot behind his Danish counterpart whose win, pole position, fastest lap and podium gained him 22 positions. However, their new 69.3 and 68.2 averages are still more than 30 points less than Lundqvist’s current table-topping total.

Darren Turner dropped from fifth to eighth, LMP3 Cup’s Brad Smith – who wasn’t in action –  moved up one place to ninth, and Tolman Motorsport team-mates Charlie Fagg and Michael O’Brien became British GT4 Pro’s best placed entries in joint-10th.

Elsewhere, former top-10 drivers Patrik Matthiesen, Jonny Adam and Callum Macleod slipped to 13th, 14thand 24threspectively.

240: Mini Challenge JCW aces falter

A tough weekend at Snetterton saw Mini Challenge JCW front runners Ant Whorton-Eales and Jordan Collard both lose significant ground to Sunoco 240 Challenge pace-setters Kyle Reid and Steve Burgess.

Whorton-Eales went into the weekend third overall and 10.67 points behind Reid, whose exceptional start to this year’s Mini Challenge Cooper campaign has helped him amass a 124-point average. Only a strong weekend would help his JCW counterpart maintain the pressure, but that’s exactly what Whorton-Eales didn’t achieve when a mechanical issue in Race 1 not only resulted in retirement but also 27thon Race 2’s grid. The handful of Sunoco 240 Challenge points scored for finishing seventh came as little comfort after dropping to ninth overall and 38.33 points behind Reid.

JCW championship rival Collard also endured his fair share of tribulations. An administrative error not only cost him pole position but also resulted in starting Race 1 from the back of the grid. Fastest lap in Race 2 limited the damage a little, but – just like Whorton-Eales – his overall 240 score took a sizeable hit after dropping from 91.67 to 68.

Radical Challenge driver Dominic Jackson inherited third at both Mini drivers’ expense, while F3 Cup racer Stuart Wiltshire moved ahead of three British GT Am drivers after Jon Minshaw, Kelvin Fletcher and Lee Mowle all lost ground.

Problems for others actually helped Minshaw move up three places to fifth in spite of his new, lower 79.2 average, while Fletcher also picked up a spot to lie sixth overall.

Robbie Dalgleish (Mini Challenge Cooper) and David Pattison share seventh, the latter jumping up from 22ndafter a first British GT4 victory improved his average by 16.5 points. The pair’s 77-point total is just seven less than Wiltshire’s in fourth.

Whorton-Eales and British GT4 Am Nick Jones complete the top-10, while Mowle dropped to 12thbehind Adam Balon.

Smith Takes A Whelen Tumble As Burgess Slashes Reid’s 240 Advantage

Outings for a number of Sunoco 240 Challenge-eligible series have resulted in a few significant changes at the competition’s sharp end in recent weeks as the 2018 campaign begins to hit its stride. However, it’s still Mini Challenge Cooper’s early pace-setter Kyle Reid who continues to lead an incredibly competitive top-10 from Steve Burgess and Ant Whorton-Eales.

Meanwhile, the ‘senior’ Sunoco Whelen Challenge is set for another crucial weekend at Snetterton following a reasonably quiet fortnight.

 Whelen: Smith tumbles to fringes of top-10

With the majority of the top-10 not in action until this weekend, all eyes were on LMP3 Cup contender Brad Smith at Brands Hatch last Saturday and Sunday. Two fastest laps plus a second and third would have ordinarily helped to consolidate his fifth place in the Whelen standings, but such was the low turnout that the Mectech Motorsport driver actually dropped five positions and almost 20 points.

BRDC British F3 ace Linus Lundqvist therefore maintains his place atop the standings ahead of this weekend’s outing in Norfolk. The Swede is just one point clear of British GT3 Pro and 2015 Sunoco Whelen Challenge winner Phil Keen who, in turn, enjoys a 3.67-point advantage over title rival Yelmer Buurman. Stuart Mosely, 10.25 marks further back in fourth, resumes his Radical European Masters campaign at Spa-Francorchamps on June 9/10.

240: Burgess closes on Reid

 Brands Hatch was the place to be for Sunoco 240 Challenge categories last weekend when Radical UK Challenge, F3 Cup and GT Cup all staged rounds at the Kent venue.

Mini Challenge Cooper’s outing seven days earlier at Snetterton had seen Kyle Reid maintain his excellent start by bagging all three victories, two fastest laps and a pole position. However, such was his even better season opener at Donington that the SCK Motorsport driver actually dropped from 130 points to 124.

While still a very impressive total after five races, it did at least give nearest rival Steve Burgess a chance to capitalise. An average of 120 for the weekend thanks to three Radical UK Challenge wins and as many fastest laps allowed him to do just that, with 3.17 points now separating the pair after the same number of races.

Mini Challenge JCW duo Ant Whorton-Eales and Jordan Collard both have another chance to make further inroads this weekend at Snetterton after already benefitting from Stephen Daly’s Brands Hatch non-score, which cost the F3 Cup driver 46.67 points and 12 places.

Two podiums and fastest laps left Radical UK Challenge’s Dominic Jackson with the same total as he began the weekend – 88.33 – while British GT3 Am Lee Mowle – currently just 0.33 points behind Jackson – has two more points-scoring opportunities this weekend at Snetterton. The same goes for leading British GT4 Am contender Kelvin Fletcher who picked up two places in the overall standings at the expense of Daly and fellow F3 Cup driver Shane Kelly.

Jon Minshaw is eighth, one place and just 0.33 points ahead of F3 Cup’s new leading contender Stuart Wiltshire, who recorded a victory and second place at Brands Hatch.

 

 

 

SUNOCO CHALLENGE: KEEN GRABS EARLY WHELEN LEAD AS HAIGH AND BALON SHARE 240 SPOILS AT OULTON PARK

British GT drivers sit atop both Sunoco UK Challenge standings after Oulton Park, with 2015 winner Phil Keen leading the Whelen points, and Flick Haigh and Adam Balon sharing 240’s summit!

📝 SUNOCO CHALLENGE: KEEN GRABS EARLY WHELEN LEAD AS HAIGH AND BALON SHARE 240 SPOILS AT OULTON PARKBritish GT drivers…

Posted by British GT Championship on Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Sunoco 240 Challenge Standings 15th October 2017

Sunoco 240 Challenge Standings  15th October 2017.

Standings Racers Name Team Series Average Points
1 Rick Parfitt Jnr Team Parker Racing British GT3 AM 96.53
2 Brett Smith Eurotech Racing JCW 96.11
3 Jessica Hawkins Mini R50 Cooper Mini Cooper 89.72
4 Matt Hammond Mini R50 Cooper Mini Cooper 89.50
5 Jon Minshaw Barwell Motorsport British GT3 AM 85.64
6 Dominic Paul Spy Motorsport GTCUP GTA 80.12
7 Alistair Mccaig Ecurie Ecosse LMP3 cup 80.08
8 Shane Kelly Uni of Wolves Racing F3 Cup 79.06
9 Jacopo Sebastiani CF Racing F3 Cup 76.39
12 Oliver Barker Nielsen Radical Challenge 75.33
13 Sam Weller Mini R50 Cooper Mini Cooper 75.06
10 Graham Johnson PMW/Optimum British GT4 AM 72.05
14 Derek Johnston TF Sport British GT3 AM 64.68
15 Mark Farmer TF Sport British GT3 AM 63.75
16 Tony Wells United Autosport LMP3 cup 62.88
11 Jack Lang Gorse Motors Radical Challenge 62.00
17 Brent Millage Spy Motorsport GTCUP GTA 61.55
20 Gary Smith Amigo Motorsport GTCUP GTA 60.06
21 Mick Mercer Amigo Motorsport GTCUP GTA 60.06
22 Reece Barr Excelr8 JCW 58.61
23 Liam Griffin Barwell Motorsport British GT3 AM 58.14
31 Martin Poole Mini R50 Cooper Mini Cooper 56.67
24 Robbie Watts Fox Racing F3 Cup 55.94
34 Steve BURGESS RAW Radical Challenge 55.33
25 Adam Balon track-club British GT4 AM 55.00
26 C Butler-Hendersen MINI UK JCW 54.38
19 Owen Walton Mini R50 Cooper Mini Cooper 53.44
28 David Grady Unitec Motorsport JCW 52.19
29 Rob Smith Mini UK ViP JCW 51.94
30 Cian Carey CDR F3 Cup 50.31
18 Jani Hjerppe Nielsen Radical EURO SR3 48.54
32 Mark Wakefield Excelr8 JCW 47.81
35 Dominik Jackson RAW Radical Challenge 46.67
27 Bradley Smith Mectech Radical Challenge 45.67
33 Richard Newman Mini R50 Cooper Mini Cooper 44.72
36 Stuart Wiltshire CF Racing F3 Cup 44.38
37 Duncan Cameron Spirit of Race British GT3 AM 42.35
38 Graham Davidson Jet Stream Racing GTCUP GTO 39.70
41 Simon Walton Mini R50 Cooper Mini Cooper 38.94
39 David Pattison Tolman Motorsport British GT4 AM 38.50
44 Jack Manchester Scorpio Motorsport Radical Challenge 37.67
40 George Line CF Racing F3 Cup 37.50
42 Ian Loggie Team Parker Racing British GT3 AM 35.26
49 George Sutton Privateer JCW 30.00
43 Adam Wilcox JMH GTCUP GTO 29.94
51 Marcus Hoggarth In2Racing British GT4 AM 29.15
45 Leyton Clarke FF Corse GTCUP GTC 29.11
46 Nigel Hudson JMH GTCUP GTO 28.83
47 Ian Goodchild Amigo Motorsport GTCUP GTA 28.83
52 Dean Macdonald Black Bull Garage 59 British GT4 AM 28.05
55 Jake Rattenbury M TECH GTCUP GTC 27.64
53 James Webb Team Webb GTCUP GTB 27.13
54 Richard Neary Abba/Rollcentre British GT3 AM 26.57
50 Chris Papageorgiou Black Mamba GTCUP GTC 26.22
56 Jason Rishover Nielsen LMP3 cup 25.71
78 Kristian Jeffrey Radical Works Radical Challenge 22.67
59 Lee Mowle AmDtuning.com British GT3 AM 22.55
61 James Heffernan CF Racing F3 Cup 22.19
62 Calum Lockie FF course Britcar 1E 22.14
58 Darren Chatt Mini R50 Cooper Mini Cooper 21.50
74 Richard Baxter Nielsen Radical Challenge 20.67
65 James Turkington Mini UK ViP JCW 20.00
67 Johnny Mowlem FF Corse GTCUP GTC 19.84
60 Graham Lucking FF Corse GTCUP GTC 19.72
63 Darren Standing Amigo Motorsport GTCUP GTA 19.39
66 Gareth Downing Nat Mspt Academy GTCUP GTO 18.86
71 John Macleod RAW Radical Challenge 18.33
48 Ryan Booth Valour Radical EURO SR8 18.27
69 Bonamy Grimes FF Corse GTCUP GTC 17.67
57 Jim Booth Valour Radical EURO SR8 17.43
76 Mark Cornell Mini R50 Cooper Mini Cooper 17.17
68 Stuart Gough Tour de Force JCW 16.94
70 Andy Schulz G-Cat LMP3 cup 16.63
72 Henry Neal Team Dynamics JCW 16.39
73 Paul Bailey G-Cat LMP3 cup 16.17
79 Mark Richards 360 Racing Radical Challenge 16.00
77 Kelvin Fletcher UltraTek Racing/RJN British GT4 AM 15.40
80 Tony Bishop Fox Racing F3 Cup 14.38
81 Anna Walewska Century Motorsport British GT4 AM 14.30
75 Tom Webb Team Webb GTCUP GTB 13.94
82 Jeff Smith Eurotech Racing JCW 13.89
84 Javier Morcillo Neil Garner Msport Britcar 1E 13.64
89 Ross Wylie MJC Britcar 1E 12.57
64 John Harrison Nielsen Radical EURO SR8 12.49
83 Sean Byrne Scorpio Motorsport Radical Challenge 12.00
99 Elliot Goodman RAW Radical Challenge 12.00
85 Jamie Stanley FF Corse GTCUP GTC 11.94
86 Laurent de Meeus FF Corse GTCUP GTC 11.94
94 Brad Hutchinson Privateer JCW 11.56
95 Witt Gamski MJC Britcar 1E 11.43
97 Manuel Cintrano Neil Garner Msport Britcar 1E 11.07
88 Konstantin Gugkaev AUH Motorsport Radical Challenge 11.00
98 David Gillett VA Howe F3 Cup 10.94
90 Piers Masarati Black Mamba GTCUP GTC 10.89
101 Scott Jeffs Privateer JCW 10.00
103 Mark Harrison Magic Motorsport F3 Cup 9.69
96 Brian Caudwell Nielsen Radical Challenge 9.67
104 Spencer Bourne Nielsen Radical Challenge 9.33
100 Brian Murphy Orwin Radical Challenge 9.00
105 Richard Taffinder UltraTek Racing/RJN British GT4 AM 8.80
102 Kevin Riley Nat Mspt Academy GTCUP GTO 8.72
106 Dean Brace LDR JCW 8.06
87 Martin Verity 360 Radical EURO SR3 7.87
107 Peter Venn CDR F3 Cup 7.81
92 Andrew Ferguson RAW Radical EURO SR3 7.33
93 Jeremy Ferguson RAW Radical EURO SR3 7.33
110 Will Neal Team Dynamics JCW 6.67
108 Charlie Hollings FF Corse GTCUP GTC 6.61
109 Mark Brough FF Corse GTCUP GTC 6.61
111 Harry Cockill RAW Radical Challenge 5.67
112 Marcello Marateotto RAW Radical Challenge 5.67
113 Mark Crader Radical Works Radical Challenge 5.67
115 Freddie Lee Power Maxed Racing JCW 4.17
116 Sam Webster Autoaid/RCIB British GT4 AM 3.85
114 Tom Harvey RAW Radical Challenge 3.67
117 Paul Bell AR Performance JCW 2.78
118 Calum King ES Motorsport JCW 2.22
119 Richard Marsh In2Racing British GT4 AM 2.20
120 Ryan Dignan Privateer JCW 1.67
121 Tim Eakin UltraTek Racing/RJN British GT4 AM 1.65
122 Phillip Jeans CDR F3 Cup 1.56
123 M Nalwalla Excelr8 JCW 1.25
124 Barry Liversidge Privateer Radical Challenge 0.33
125 Richard O’Dwyer AR Performance JCW 0.28
126 Alan Purbrick ALP Racing GTCUP GTB 0.00
127 Arian Watt Valour Racing Radical Challenge 0.00
128 Brian Harvey RAW Radical Challenge 0.00
129 David Frankland Valour Racing Radical Challenge 0.00
130 Gary Paterson RAW Radical Challenge 0.00
131 James Barwell RAW Radical Challenge 0.00
132 Jason Redding Mansol Radical Challenge 0.00
133 Jo Polley Eurotech Racing JCW 0.00
134 Joe Watt Valour Racing Radical Challenge 0.00
135 Kevin O’Connor Privateer JCW 0.00
136 Malcolm Scott privateer F3 Cup 0.00
137 Mike Newbould Autoaid/RCIB British GT4 AM 0.00
138 Paul Allen Mansol Radical Challenge 0.00
139 Peter Tyler Nielsen Radical Challenge 0.00
140 R Svendsen-Cook Nielsen Radical Challenge 0.00
141 Rebecca Jackson Excelr8 JCW 0.00
142 Shahin Nouri NIelsen Radical Challenge 0.00
143 Steve Fresle Century Motorsport British GT4 AM 0.00
144 Steve King ES Motorsport JCW 0.00
145 Stuart Gibbs Excelr8 JCW 0.00
146 Tony Barwell RAW Radical Challenge 0.00