Will Palmer collects his ninth and tenth poles of the year in front of Fernando Urrutia at Brands Hatch for the final BRDC F4 weekend of the year.
Ciaran Haggerty topped the final BRDC F4 practice session of the year with the best overall time, while Rodrigo Fonseca topped two of the other three sessions.
In a damp qualifying for the BRDC Formula 4 championship, HHC Motorsport secured a 1-2 with Harri Newey and Will Palmer at Donington Park.
Another almost flawless race from championship leader Will Palmer, sees him extend his lead in the BRDC F4 Championship in the final round Snetterton.
Tom Jackson takes another win, in race two at Snetteton after, twice, the leading pair collided, promoting the Chris Dittmann Racing driver.
Will Palmer picks up his seventh win of the season to extend his championship lead, as nearest rival, Rodrigo Fonseca was forced to do a recovery drive from the back.
Will Palmer extended his championship lead to 49 points over Rodrigo Fonseca, after a dominant lights to flag victory in the first race at Brands Hatch.
Jack Lang returned to his home race at Snetterton for BRDC Formula 4. The Checkered Flag caught up with him over the course of the weekend.