Graham Davidson has made it two wins out of two at a damp Silverstone, after winning round 18 of the GT Cup Championship, Davidson was on the front row in his McLaren MP412C alongside Championship leader Jordon Witt in the blistering Bentley Continental GT3.
Witt started on pole after setting the fastest lap in the previous race but quickly lost the lead when Davidson overtook him on the opening lap.
The two drivers traded fastest laps but Davidson managed to gradually pull away from Witt to secure a brilliant Saturday.
Mike Wilds and Anthony Wilds once gain won the GTC class finishing in fifth overall. The Ferrari 458 Challenge has been extremely and was best of the rest behind the four GTO class cars.
The GTB class was won by Nigel Armstrong and Jamie Dawson in the Porsche 997 GT3 Cup. Armstrong and Dawson were in a huge battle with Tim Richards in the Lamborghini Huracan and Paul Bailey and Andy Schulz in the Ferrari 458 Challenge who were all separated by two seconds.
Esmee Hawkey and James Birch topped the GTA class in the Porsche Cayman GT4 albeit they finished in 14th place.
The drying track allowed the drivers to go quicker and quicker with Witt setting the fastest lap over a second faster than anyone else.
John Dillion and Aaron Scott were once again on podium finishing third but could not handle the pace of the top two cars. The Ferrari 458 GT3 handled the tricky conditions extremely well to score valuable points for the Championship race.
Tom Webb and James Webb finished ninth in the BMW M3 E46 GTR, with Nick Staveley rounding out the top ten in the Porsche 991 GT3 Cup.
After a dominant display from Davidson, Witt will look to return to winning ways in round 20 but with the weather always being unpredictable then anything can happen.