The RAM Racing Mercedes of Sam de Haan and Patrick Kujala overcame a spin at the start to take their first British GT victory of the year and grab the championship lead after an enthralling three hour endurance race at Donnington Park.
James Baldwin and Michael O’Brien chalked up their third pole position in a row for tomorrow’s British GT Race at Donington.
Yelmer Buurman went quickest in Free Practice 2 as the RAM Racing team continued to dominate he Donington Park round of the British GT Championship.
RAM Racing Mercedes got their Intelligent Money British GT weekend at Donington Park off to a fine start as their cars took 1-2 positions in the Free Practice One, in a session that saw the top 11 covered by one second.
Rob Collard took his first British GT victory as he and Sandy Mitchell became the fifth different winners from five races at Brands Hatch.
Jonny Adam set quickest time in Free Practice 1, on his return to the British GT Championship.
British GT Championship Leaders James Baldwin/Michael O’Brien will start on pole for the two hour endurance race one at Donington.
Balfe Motorsports set the pace of their return to the British GT Champion as Joe Osbourne/Stewart Procter went quickest in FP1.
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Phil Keen and Adam Balon took victory in the second race of the opening round of the British GT Championship at Oulton Park.