We reconvened at Brands Hatch for the next round of the Sports and GT Cup on the fantastic Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit. A 90 minute blast was in prospect where neither driver could drive for more than 40 minutes in a single stint with the car owner starting the race.
The next rounds of the British Endurance Championship are fast coming up. Snetterton has been very good to us in the past so we are hoping for another good run to maintain our overall Championship lead in David Mason's superb Ferrari 458 Challenge GTC.
Saturday saw the MSA British Endurance Championship reconvene after a three month break. Leading the championship by a handy margin we set off for Donington wondering what might transpire. I was driving solo in both 90 minute races. The organisers, feeling that that was an unfair advantage tagged the team with a 90 second extra pit stop translating to around 1 minute 45 seconds in total. Or around 1 and 2/3rds lap penalty. In each race. This was going to be interesting.
David Mason OBE and I enjoyed another perfect-score weekend racing in the Britcar Trophy races supporting the Dunlop 24 Hours at Silverstone. The weather was fantastic and, as ever, the FF Corse prepared and run Ferrari 458 Challenge GTC performed flawlessly.