HHC Motorsport have secured two more race wins in the Ginetta Junior Championship after Charlie Robertson took both wins at Knockhill, moving himself into the championship lead.
On home tarmac in Scotland, Robertson took pole position for both races, converting both into lights-to-flag victories to take a four point lead in the title race.
Team-mate William Palmer meanwhile bagged tenth in the frantic opening race, before running an impressive fifth in race two before being spun round at the hairpin, eventually recovering to eighth.
HHC Motorsport’s Charlie Kemp said: “It was almost the dream weekend, really. Two wins is a fabulous result and the two pole positions illustrate how good the car was at Knockhill. Our last double victory with Charlie came at Thruxton, which is a totally different circuit from Knockhill, so we are really pleased that we are able to take wins at such different venues. That proves we can engineer a car for any type of circuit and that Charlie does a great job behind the wheel. He was error-free, smooth and mature and to now lead the championship is a great result.”