After a troubled weekend at Snetterton at the previous round the three Team Aon drivers head to Knockhill confident of a return to form.
Over the course of the three races at the Norfolk track Tom Chilton led the team's attack, but was dogged by electrical issues that caused him to drop down the order in the closing stages of both the first and second races.
Since then the team have completed a “productive” test at Snetterton which they hope solved the issue as well as helping towards developing the car for the 2km Scottish track.
“Our car is great in fast corners however we have lacked a little in the slow speed corners which Knockhill has a lot of,” said Chilton. “However we worked on that during the test at Snetterton so we should find we've improved. We're definitely going in the right direction with the development of this car.”
While Chilton struggled with electrical problems Tom Onslow–Cole picked up the most points for the Arena Motorsport run team. Andy Neate was forced to retire from two of the three races with accident damage collected in the day's first race.
“The guys did some great work during the test at Snetterton,” said Neate. “I was unable to make it but they seem to have done a lot of developing on the car. We've just had a shakedown with the car and it felt great – the suspension especially – so I'm looking forward to this weekend and all the hard work should pay dividends.”