Dan Cammish stamped his authority on the Oulton Park weekend of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB earlier this afternoon, with two dominant pole-positions at the Cheshire venue.
The real headline story though, was the resurgence of Stephen Jelley and Team Parker Racing. Jelley lines-up second for both of tomorrow’s races, looking reinvigorated this weekend. Dino Zamparelli by contrast, will be somewhat deflated by a seventh position and a fifth position for the GT Marques squad.
Lewis Plato’s strong weekend has continued, with a fourth and a third a season’s best qualifying performance for the Redline Racing driver.
In Pro-Am1, Euan McKay broke into the top ten on both his class-pole laps and second is brother Dan in the second In2Racing entry. Sean Hudspeth lines up third in class for both races behind the wheel of his chrome liveried Parr Motorsport car.
The top three order in Pro-Am2 contains the same three drivers, with Peter Kyle-Henney’s Parr car on pole for race one, with Mark Radcliffe second in the Intersport machine and Tautvydas Barstys third for Juta Racing. Radcliffe leads Barstys and Kyle-Henney on the grid for the Sunday afternoon race.
After qualifying the first race launches at 05:10pm today with race two 03:25pm on Sunday afternoon. With the grids set as they are, it really does appear as if Oulton Park will prove pivotal in the destiny of the 2016 championship.