Dan Cammish has bounced straight back into contention in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, with a pair of pole-positions at Snetterton.
After being beset with mechanical issues six weeks ago at Croft, Cammish has been in dominant fashion this weekend.
Redline Racing have been on top form in Norfolk and Porsche Scholar Charlie Eastwood looks set to add to his three podiums already in 2016 with a pair of second position grid slots, within tenths of his more experienced teammate.
Dino Zamparelli looked set to have the momentum following a tremendous pair of wins at Croft, however a fifth and a third for races one and two respectively, place him and the GT Marques squad on the back-foot somewhat for tomorrow’s action.
In Pro-Am1 the In2Racing dominance that has been a fascination throughout this season has continued. Euan McKay has two pole-positions and brother Dan has a pair of second position grid-slots. Sean Hudspeth in his Parr Motorsport machine is third for both races tomorrow. This trio, particularly the McKay duo, have been a class apart in 2016 and should produce some tremendous racing on Sunday.
Pro-Am2 is led on both grid sheets by Tautvydas Barstys in his Juta Racing entry and Peter Kyle-Henney will be right behind him off the start of both races one and two in his Parr car. Third position on the race one grid goes to the returning Adrian Barwick, with John McCullagh having said position for the last race. Team Parker Racing swapping with Redline Racing on the result sheet.
The question was asked whether Dino Zamparelli’s double success was the precursor to a tight title fight over the last few races of the 2016 Porsche Carrera Cup GB. The answer at present seems to be a negative, with Cammish back in control. With Eastwood looking hungry for success and Tom Sharp’s IDL Racing car gunning for podiums from third on the race one grid, qualifying may not have given us all the answers. Those will come in the two races at 09:15am and 03:25pm tomorrow.