Moore of the same for Nigel
Nigel Moore won both the Ginetta G50 sports car races at Snetterton on Sunday, from Christian Dick and Toby Newton on each occasion. The opening race was halted early after a nasty-looking accident befell Jonathan Cook, who planted his car on top of the safety barrier at the Esses without injury.
Nigel Moore won both the Ginetta G50 sports car races at Snetterton on Sunday, from Christian Dick and Toby Newton on each occasion.
The opening race was halted early after a nasty-looking accident befell Jonathan Cook, who planted his car on top of the safety barrier at the Esses without injury.
Joe Fulbrook was also a double winner in the VW Cup races. He only led the final lap of the open race, and profited from a broken transmission which befell Jamie Perry in event two. The first Ginetta G20 race victory went to Julian Barratt, who led race two out of the final corner, only to be denied victory by Spencer McCarthy by the narrowest of margins.
British Formula Three International Series
Race One: 1 Michael Devaney (Mygale/Mercedes); 2 Jamie Alguersuari (Dallara/Mercedes); 3 Brendan Hartley (Dallara/Mercedes); 4 Oliver Turvey (Dallara /Mercedes); 5 Sebastian Hohenthal (Dallara/Mercedes); 6 Marcus Ericsson (Dallara/Mercedes). Race Two: 1 Michael Devaney; 2 Sebastian Hohenthal; 3 Jamie Alguersuara; 4 Sergio Perez (Dallara/Honda); 5 Oliver Turvey; 6 Atte Mustonen (Dallara/Mercedes).
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Race One: 1 James Gornall/John Barnes (Chrysler Viper); 2 Alex Mortimer/Bradley Ellis (Ford GT); 3 Jeremy Metcalfe/ Luke Hines (Ferrari 430). Race Two: 1 Alex Mortimer/Bradley Ellis; 2 James Gornall/John Barnes; 3 Michael Meadows/James Sutton (Ferrari 430).
Race One: 1 Wayne Boyd (Mygale SJ08); 2 Matt Hamilton (Mygale SJ08); 3 Chris Maliepaard (Mygale SJ07). Race Two: 1 Chris Maliepaard; 2 Wayne Boyd; 3 Tim Blanchard (Mygale SJ08).
Race One: 1 Oliver Jackson; 2 David Mayes; 3 Pat Gormley. Race Two: 1 David Mayes; 2 Oliver Jackson; 3 Rachel Green.
Race One: 1 Nigel Moore; 2 Christian Dick; 3 Toby Newton. Race Two: 1 Nigel Moore, 2 Christian Dick; 3 Toby Newton.
VW Racing Cup
Race One: 1 Joe Fulbrook (Bora 18T); 2 Didge Dziurzynski (Golf Mk2); 3 Jamie Perry (Golf Mk5).
Race Two: 1 Joe Fulbrook; 2 Steve Chaplin (Beetle 3.2); 3 James Walker (Golf Mk5).
Race One: 1 Julian Barratt, 2 Spencer McCarthy, 3 Gary Simms. Race Two: 1 Spencer McCarthy, 2 Julian Barratt, 3 Paul Moden.