Will Tregurtha has secured his second Ginetta Junior Championship pole position in three meetings after setting the pace in qualifying at Snetterton.
A number of different names featured towards the top of the timesheets throughout the session in Norfolk, with HHC Motorsport’s Tregurtha emerging on top when it mattered most.
A best effort of 2m 19.450s put him on top by nearly three tenths of a second from his HHC stablemate Lewis Brown, while Harry King starred in third in a spare car for the weekend.
The Elite Motorsport ace was the fastest of the Rookie contenders as he posted by far his strongest qualifying performance of the season so far, with Rookie class leader Daniel Harper fourth.
Dave Wooder and Seb Perez completed a top six separated by less than half a second, while Enzo Fittipaldi secured a best ever qualifying performance of seventh behind.
One driver lower than hoped was championship leader Stuart Middleton, who posted his worst qualifying result of the season so far in eighth ahead of Geri Nicosia and Tom Gamble.
On the other side of the spectrum was Connor Grady, another driver to improve upon his previous qualifying best in eleventh ahead of Charlie Fagg, Max Bird and Kyle Hornby.
Seb Priaulx rounded out the top fifteen, the first time this season he’s qualified outside the top six, whilst left a frustrated 20th was Olli Caldwell after seeing a top fifteen time lost due to track limits.
Full qualifying results can be found here.