Jonathan Hoggard claimed his third British Formula 4 victory of the season as Kiren Jewiss extended his championship lead.
Hoggard managed a safety car restart in his lights-to-flag victory, finishing almost a second ahead of Jewiss in second.
Jewiss came under attack from championship rival Ayrton Simmons at the start of the race. The pair ran side by side in a battle for third at the hairpin, but Simmons failed to stop his car in time and collided with Arden’s Sebastian Priaulx.
Priaulx was taken out of the race on the spot but Simmons was able to continue for a few corners before his suspension gave way and his car was beached in the gravel.
The safety car was called out to rescue the cars, but not before Jamie Sharp had collided with Hampus Ericsson as he tried to dive up the inside of a number of cars.
Sharp was left stranded at the side of the track while Ericsson made it to the pits before he retired with suspension damage.
Hoggard led Jewiss, Dennis Hauger and Jack Doohan on the restart, but the order didn’t stay that way for long. As Hoggard pulled away, Doohan set about challenging his Red Bull Junior team-mate for the final podium position. He managed to snatch third, leaving Hauger to defend against Patrick Pasma, who had made a strong start from the midfield.
Pasma also passed Hauger and began to challenge Doohan in the closing stages of the race. Jewiss, Doohan, and Pasma were running nose to tail as the clock ticked down, but neither Doohan nor Pasma could make up another position before the chequered flag.
Jewiss, with his 13th podium of the season, extends his championship lead to 45 points over Ayrton Simmons.
Hauger finished fifth, ahead of Paavo Tonteri and Manuel Sulaimon.
Josh Skelton, Sebastian Alvarez, and Luca Allen rounded out the top 10 and the finishers.