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A British GT postcard from Rockingham

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Following a heavily disrupted round at Brands Hatch, which saw only one hour of a scheduled two-hour race run under green flag conditions, the British GT Championship moved on to Rockingham for round two.

Coming into the race, British GT Champion Jonny Adam was looking to take his second victory in a row in the #17 TF Sport Aston Martin Vantage.

The same was true in GT4, as the #50 PMW World Expo Racing Ginetta of Mike Robinson and Graham Johnson looked to capitalise on their Brands Hatch victory with a win on Rockingham’s banked oval.

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