Adam Morgan has crucially taken pole position in the final Michelin Ginetta GT Supercup qualifying session of the season at Silverstone, the Ciceley Racing driver just edging out championship rival Carl Breeze.
An early time of 58.767s proved enough to give Morgan pole and with it one championship point, which could prove vital at the end of the weekend. Total Control Racing's Breeze kept pressuring him throughout, improving his times late on, but he ended up 0.025s adrift.
In an extremely close session, George Murrells took third, the Optimum Motorsport racer's best lap being only 0.071s off pole. Century Motorsport's Nathan Freke will line up fourth for the opening race, while impressing on his debut weekend in the series is Jamie Orton, the Caterham Superlight R300 championship leader going fifth, the top five split by just 0.190s.
Tom Sharp set the sixth fastest time, the IDL driver leaving himself with lots of work to do to keep his faint title hopes alive in the meetings opening race. Colin White was next up in his CWS prepared G55, while taking eighth on his series debut was David McDonald, running with JHR.
Century Motorsport's Freddie Hetherington was ninth ahead of the front-running G50 runners. Mark Johnston took a great class pole on his second meeting in the series with Redbrick Racing, ahead of newcomer Jake Rattenbury, the former Ginetta Junior racer racing with JHR Developments, while third in class was Louise Richardson.
Taking sixteenth overall and sixth in the G50 class was Mark Davies, the newly crowned Ginetta Challenge champion joining the series for the final weekend with Optimum Motorsport. Also joining for his maiden G50 weekend is Trevor Keats, running with Century he ended up twentieth overall, while not competing this weekend is newly crowned G50 champion Tom Ingram, the Plans Motorsport driver deciding to preserve budget instead.