Fifth victory for leader Shedden – R2

Having finished fourth in the first outing, Shedden looked set to extend his lead capitalizing Plato’s start from 22nd on the grid. Rob Collard made an excellent start off the line to gain lead into corner 1 and adhered to it while Mat Jackson catching him up for the lead.

Matt Neal fell back to fifth after a bad start caused by lack of turbo boost in his Honda Civic. Shedden gathered a place up at the start going ahead of Andrew Jordan. The fight to the lead intensified as Jackson and Collard collided in the mid way to Island hairpin. They both made pitstops to repair the damage done and Jackon later retired due to engine failure.

Shedden held on to the lead to take victory from Andrew Jordan’s Pirtek racing Honda Civic. Meanwhile, Daniel Welsch was on course for his maiden podium finish. He was caught in the later stages by the feisty drive through the field from Jason Plato to take the bottom step of the podium ahead of Welsch.

Neal took fifth ahead of Collard’s team-mate Nick Foster and Lea Wood, equalling his previous career-best result of seventh. Liam Griffin in his Ford Focus did well enough to take his best ever finish to a race at eighth ahead of Tom Onslow-Cole and Dave Newsham to close out top 10.

Speedworks Toyota Avensis driver Tony Hughes finished his career best of 12th ahead of Chris James while his tram-mate Morgan had to retire following a spin. James however was lucky in his race one shunt and his patched Vectra somehow finished the race.

Aron Smith split up Ollie Jackson and Frank Wrathall to finish 16th. Andy Neate smoked his MG and retired from the race and the debutant Will Bratt crashed on the exit of Knickerbrook.

Race 2/

P/ No/ CL/ Driver/ Car/ Laps/ Gap/ Best/
1 52 Gordon Shedden Honda Civic 15 1m27.690s
2 77 I Andrew Jordan Honda Civic 15 +1.229s 1m27.943s
3 99 Jason Plato MG6 15 +11.986s 1m28.140s
4 12 I Daniel Welch Proton Persona 15 +13.900s 1m28.852s
6 18 I Nick Foster BMW 320si E90 15 +26.178s 1m29.309s
7 43 I Lea Wood Vauxhall Vectra 15 +27.619s 1m29.122s
8 6 I Liam Griffin Ford Focus 15 +29.643s 1m29.049s
9 38 I Tom Onslow-Cole BMW 320si E90 15 +30.025s 1m28.981s
10 17 I Dave Newsham Vauxhall Vectra 15 +41.830s 1m29.350s
11 34 I Tony Gilham Honda Civic 15 +44.659s 1m29.356s
12 50 I Tony Hughes Toyota Avensis 15 +45.987s 1m29.879s
13 78 I Chris James Vauxhall Vectra 15 +56.564s 1m30.185s
14 8 I Robert Collard BMW 320si E90 15 +1m27.330s 1m27.913s
15 48 I Ollie Jackson VW Golf MK5 15 +1m31.430s 1m31.225s
16 5 I Aron Smith Ford Focus 14 +1 lap 1m28.201s
17 11 I Frank Wrathall Toyota Avensis 13 +2 laps 1m28.801s
18 4 I Mat Jackson Ford Focus 12 +3 laps 1m27.969s
19 33 I Adam Morgan Toyota Avensis 6 +9 laps 1m29.361s
20 44 Andy Neate MG6 5 +10 laps 1m29.489s
21 14 I Will Bratt Audi A4 2 +13 laps 1m29.254s
22 78 I Chris James Vauxhall Vectra DNS +15 laps
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