Ginetta Crash Thruxton
After early tension from Sutton, race one victor and poleman Cammish had managed with a hole on the sister NAPA-liveried Motorbase Performance Ford Focus ST. Because of a serious mishap in the Ginetta GT4 Supercup race, the BTCC field had its race abbreviated by two laps to 14, and as it entered its end stages Sutton was shutting in. Leaving the principal corner of Allard on the penultimate lap, Cammish pulled to one side and let Sutton through into the lead.
With Sutton guaranteeing the quickest lap and pre-end of the week title pioneer Colin Turkington completing down in the tenth position, that implies that they are currently level on focuses heading into the last race of the day.
From the first line, Gordon Shedden couldn’t forestall Sutton etching his direction into runner-up at the Complex on the initial lap, yet the Team Dynamics Honda Civic Type R driver kept Sutton alert and awake over the primary portion of the race.
Thusly, Shedden found Jake Hill shutting onto his bootlid in his West Surrey Racing BMW 330e M Sport and when the Scot and the Kentishman started battling, Sutton had the option to draw away, permitting the nervy NAPA trick to occur.
On the off chance that you really want a colleague, DanCam is the most ideal individual for it,” recognized Sutton. “He’s shown he will uphold our mission, and I trust one day I can reimburse the blessing.
“I needed to zero in on the blend behind me, however when Shedden and Hill began engaging I thought, ‘break on’, and that is the point at which we switched the positions.”
Shedden fought off Hill, who overshot the chicane on the last lap, to take the last platform position.
Rory Butcher ran fifth throughout the entire race in his Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Corolla, at first in front of the Power Maxed Racing Vauxhall Astra of Ash Hand.