Lewis Kent took victory in the second race of the Silverstone to top the Goodyear Touring Car Trophy standings. Kent had started on the third row for the reverse grid, but quickly made an impression scything into contention early on and commanding the race from the front for much of the race. Despite a late challenge by his key title…
Max Hart led the field home for his first race victory of the year at Silverstone. Dealing with the pressure from defending champion Lewis Kent behind, Hart remained cool and calm, picking up where he left off at Donington Park last winter. Starting on pole, Hart made the most of his position in the Hyundai i30 N TCR, retaining the…
Reining Milltek Sport Civic Cup and Time Attack Pro Extreme Class Champion Bruce Winfield has confirmed he will contest the Goodyear Touring Car Trophy this year. Embarking on a full-season campaign, the 28 year old from Ashbourne will drive an Area Motorsport prepared Cupra TCR in all 14 rounds.
Henry Neal left Donington Park as the Dunlop Touring Car Trophy champion, holding off TCR UK Champion Lewis Kent, as Max Hart claimed his first win of the Year.
Henry Neal Led Lewis Kent across the line in a dramatic second race that saw Sam Osbourne, Max Hart, Kent and Neal all swap positions for the lead.
Victory for Henry Neal in the first TCT race of the weekend sees him extend his championship lead to 8 points as Kent and Hart complete the podium.
Lewis Kent will start on pole ahead of Henry Neal for the opening TCT/TCR UK race from Donington Park from Henry Neal and Sam Osbourne.
Heading into Donington Park, a mere two points separate Lewis Kent and Henry Neal as the Hyundai beat the Team Dynamics driver in the second Silverstone race.
Action throughout resulted in a special Race One result in the Touring Car Trophy / TCR UK
Henry Neal will start from pole position for the first Dunlop Touring Car Trophy / TCR UK race from Silverstone with two PMR’s behind.