The Caterham Graduates Championship and Carbon8 Hyundai Coupe Cup continued to head towards the climax of their respective 2019 campaigns this past Saturday (September 7) as the British Automobile Racing Club starred at Anglesey.
On what proved to be a scintillating day of on-track action around the picturesque Welsh venue, an exciting six-race schedule kept fans captivated from start-to-finish – with both categories taking centre stage.
Samuel Wilson extended his advantage in the Caterham Graduates Championship SigMax class as he powered his way to a brace of victories.
Starting from pole position in both encounters, Wilson converted his front row start into a pair of commanding performances – leading from lights-to-flag with relative ease whilst Stephen Clark and Jamie Winrow followed behind.
The amalgamated Classic / Mega / Sigma races saw a double-winning performance from Luke Balmforth, who like Wilson produced a near-perfect display to reigns supreme.
Barry White enjoyed a competitive showing as he clinched a pair of podium finishes whilst Andrew Johnson and Mark Roberts also travelled home with silverware.
Bringing a close to the day’s action was two races from the Carbon8 Hyundai Coupe Cup where Wayne Rockett and Mark Dicken emerged as the leading lights.
Having been the benchmark driver for a majority of the season, Rockett added yet another victory to his already impressive tally in race two, making him the most successful driver in the series for 2019.
Before Rockett clinched victory, Dicken made his mark on the one-make series as he swept his way to his first win of the season.
To view the full classification of results from all sessions at Anglesey, click here.
The Caterham Graduates Championship will bring the curtain down on its campaign at Cadwell Park on October 5/6 whilst the Carbon8 Hynudai Coupe Cup will also be in action on that same weekend.