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#4 Black Falcon claims provisional pole position ahead of the top 20 shootout. #77 Barwell Claims AM cup Pole position.
Alex Marquez takes Moto2 pole from Luca Marini and Marcel Schrotter.
The championship-leading #2 Porsche has taken a competitive pole position ahead of tomorrow’s six-hour race. Vaillante Rebellion will lock out the front row of LMP2 for tomorrow’s race whilst Porsche and Ferrari were on top in the GTE classes.
James Cole hopes to challenge for a top-five finish after a strong BTCC qualifying performance of sixth overall at Knockhill.
Jason Plato timed it to perfection for his 50th pole position in a frenetic BTCC qualifying session at Knockhill on a drying track.
After failing post-qualifying scrutineering, the #26 G-Drive Racing has been disqualified from qualifying and Jackie Chan DC Racing #38 have inherited their first pole position of the season.
After the first qualifying session for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Toyota has taken provisional pole with Kamui Kobayashi getting closer to the qualifying lap record
Andrew Jordan said that Saturday’s qualifying session was the best he’d ever felt behind the wheel of the BMW 125i ahead of the first BTCC race at Oulton Park.
Gordon Shedden told TCF that he expects team-mate Matt Neal to be hard to beat in the fourth BTCC meeting at Oulton Park.
Matt Neal claimed back-to-back pole positions for the first since 2011 by topping qualifying for the fourth BTCC meeting of the season at Oulton Park.
Matt Neal says that he needs to put together a ‘complete weekend’ at Oulton Park to get himself in the hunt for the 2017 British Touring Car Championship title.
ORECA 07-chassis running LMP2 cars have locked out the top three on the grid ahead of the second round of the European Le Mans Series. United Autosports kept it on top in LMP3 whilst Ferrari will lead the way in the LM GTE class.