Jack Goff continued the Eurotech practice sweep by setting the fastest time during practice two at Snetterton for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Goff headed the times in his Wix Racing with Eurotech Honda Civic Type R for most of the session and his fastest time of 1:55.684 was just a tenth shy of the overall qualifying record set by Gordon Shedden in 2016.
Dan Cammish was a strong second where it seems the test session at Snetterton during the Summer break has helped the Halfords Yuasa Racing rookie to find good form in time for qualifying in a few hours time. Another point to remember was that along with Cammish, the other driver to set the pace during the tests was practice two leader Goff.
The Honda domination was rounded out by practice one leader Matt Simpson who set the third fastest time. Highlighting to people that his fastest time earlier today wasn’t all down to the changing conditions.
Mike Bushell has been a revelation so far this weekend and fourth in practice two shows that the Volkswagen CC could be a surprise later this afternoon. Whether reliability issues that have plagued the car during the first half of the season have been sorted remains to be seen on the Sunday. However, Bushell will be one to watch.
Fifth came another Honda in the shape of Brett Smith, rounding off a great session for Eurotech. Sixth was the Alfa Romeo of Rob Austin and Chris Smiley in yet another Honda was seventh.
Senna Proctor continued a strong practice pace with eighth, Matt Neal came ninth and Andrew Jordan was the fastest rear-wheel drive runner in tenth just ahead of Colin Turkington in eleventh.
Ant Whorton-Eales and Daniel Welch continued their return to the championship with the twenty-ninth and thirtieth fastest times respectively.
First qualifying will be shown live online at https://www.itv.com/btcc/qualifying-live