RAM Racing's Ulysse de Pauw and John Ferguson have scored their maiden Intelligent Money British GT Championship victories at Snetterton after the latter withstood intense late pressure from Adam Balon in Race 2. Further back, Jack Brown hunted down Matt Topham to clinch his, Will Burns' and Century Motorsport's first GT4 wins of the campaign.
Barwell's Lamborghini, which also featured Sandy Mitchell, finished right behind the winning Mercedes-AMG, while 2 Seas Motorsport's Flick Haigh and Jonny Adam made some amends for losing Race 1 victory by completing the overall podium.
The same is true of Academy Motorsport's Marco Signoretti and Matt Cowley who finished runners-up in GT4 after the latter passed Matt Topham on the penultimate lap. But Newbridge Motorsport can still be pleased with their weekend's work, which featured two podiums for Pro-Am duo Darren Turner and Topham who now jointly lead the overall standings with Steller Motorsport's Richard Williams and Sennan Fielding.
Meanwhile, RAM's Ian Loggie extended his GT3 championship lead after backing up victory in Race 1 with sixth in the second.
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Report from BritishGT.com
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