As one champion is dethroned despite a race winning performance, two new ones are crowned at Brands Hatch on the GP loop.
With rival Justin Sherwood an early retirement, Alex Martin was able to claim Pro-Am1 honours in race one at Brands Hatch. As his own championship aspirations were finally extinguished, Dan Cammish took his thirtieth victory in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB on the Brands Hatch GP configuration.
The reigning double champion was on sublime form on the fearsome Brands Hatch GP loop, bouncing back from Silverstone travails to claim the final two pole positions of the 2017 season.
Dan Cammish’s triple championship dream went up in smoke after a rare car failure forced him out of race two at Silverstone, and handed Dino Zamparelli his third win of the 2017 season.
With championship leader Charlie Eastwood hampered by a grid penalty, Dino Zamparelli knew he had to maximise every chance he had in the opening race on the National circuit. In tricky conditions he duly delivered.
The reigning double champion bounced back from Knockhill disappointment with a terrific double, as all bar one driver were hit by trick limit restrictions.
For the first time in 2017 Lechner Racing were unable to get a car onto the podium, as underdogs starred at Monza.
Dennis Olsen made the most of a Supercup double header in the midst of the Ardennes to stake his claim to the 2017 Supercup crown.
- Porsche Carrera Cup GB
Team-mates tangling and some of the most physical racing seen in recent Carrera Cup GB history the headlines from round eleven.
Dan Cammish propelled himself back into the championship fight with a dominant victory, as Dino Zamparelli very much proved he is still in contention for the 2017 title too.
Erstwhile championship leader Dan Cammish and current points table topper Charlie Eastwood split the pole positions, with less than a quarter of a second covering the top eight order.
Dino Zamparelli delivered a charging performance to claim JTR’s first victory in their debut season of sportscar racing, as Snetterton provided some enthralling racing.
A fairly trouble free run for the 2016/2017 Porsche Scholar, as Pro-Am2 drama derails Kyle-Henney.
The Porsche Scholar claimed a double pole position in his Redline Racing prepared Type 991 GT3 Cup, and looks set to climb back to the top of the championship standings with Dan Cammish absent.
Reigning Porsche Carrera Cup Australia Champion Matt Campbell took his maiden Porsche Mobil1 Supercup victory at the Red Bull Ring, fending off championship leader Michael Ammermüller.