Lewis Brown would secure the 2017 Ginetta GT5 Challenge title as he beat season long rival Shane Stoney in a dramatic final round.
Lewis Brown came away as the Ginetta GT5 champion at Donington Park after a challenging final round for rival Shane Stoney.
Shane Stoney left Silverstone as the new championship leader with a win and two further podiums as rival Lewis Brown won two races.
In the Ginetta GT5 Challenge it was Lewis Brown, winning two of the three Sunday races, who took the championship lead.
In the Ginetta GT5 Challenge, Oliver Wilkinson took pole position, but an incident in the first corner saw Ryan Hadfield take the race one win.
Max Bird took advantage of pole-sitter Oliver Wilkinson getting a poor start to claim victory in the first Ginetta GT5 Challenge race of 2017 at Oulton Park.
Optimum Motorsport’s Oliver Wilkinson dominated the field in Ginetta GT5 qualifying to take pole by more than a second
The Ginetta GT5 Challenge heads to Oulton Park this weekend for the first race of the year, while a number of new names join the seasoned regulars.
Ollie Chadwick proved to be a one man show after a run away season in Ginetta GT5 Challenge saw him take the title by 178 points.
Ollie Chadwick ended 2016 as he started, first. He was pushed to the line though by Ryan Hadfield hoped to end his season on a high.
The battle for the vice-champion has reduced to a single point as Ryan Hadfield won the second GT5 Challenge race at Donington.
New champion Ollie Chadwick once again drove away from his opposition as the Hadfield brothers pushed him hard in the opening race.
The 2016 Ginetta GT5 Challege champion, Ollie Chadwick set a late lap to usurp rival Ryan Hadfield and claim pole at Donington Park.
Ollie Chadwick took victory in the second of the two Friday races, beating Matt Chapman and clinching the Ginetta GT5 Challenge title.
A race-long battle between Ollie Chadwick and Matt Chapman resulted in the latter pulling off a daring last lap move and taking the win.