Thruxton Circuit played host to an action-packed British Touring Car Championship support bill this past weekend (June 8/9) as five different categories took centre stage in front of a bumper trackside crowd.

Garnering plenty of attention around the high-speed Hampshire venue was the ROKiT F4 British Championship certified by FIA, which is the home to potential future single-seater stars. One driver that looks destined to go far is series leader Deagen Fairclough and he strengthened his stranglehold in the standings by charging to yet another victory in the weekend’s opening contest.

Starting from pole position, the Hitech Pulse-Eight driver was perfection personified as he fended off the charging pack to net his fourth win of what is turning out to be an impressive campaign.

Unfortunately for Fairclough that would be his only triumph of the weekend as the spoils for races two and three fell the way of two first-time winners; Fortec Motorsport’s Alex Berg and Hitech Pulse-Eight’s Reza Seewooruthun.

The monstrous machines of the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain undoubtedly had those in attendance on the edge of their seats and for good reason too, as the UK’s fastest single-make series served up two captivating contests.

Race one saw Will Martin dominate proceedings in his Eden Race Drive machine as he claimed victory by more than eight seconds over George Gamble and Harry Foster.

Gamble and Foster would occupy second and third on the podium in race two as well however this time it was South African racer Andrew Rackstraw that reigned supreme for the first time in the championship.

Concluding the weekend’s on-track entertainment was an abundance of MINI, three of which were from the Vertu MINI CHALLENGE Trophy while the remaining four races came from the Mini 7 Racing Club.

In the MINI CHALLENGE Trophy, Rhys Hurd procuded a superlative performance to claim two commanding wins while Alex Solley managed to prevent him from clinching a clean sweep as he picked up a win of his own.

Over in the Mini Miglia and Mini Se7en races, overall honours belonged to the Jordan family as former BTCC title Andrew Jordan did the double in the Miglia races while his Dad Mike repeated the feat in the Se7en category.

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