AUTOSPORT’S TOP 5 DRIVERS
1 ENAAM AHMED Carlin
Took wins at every meeting bar one in an almost-perfect season. Highlight was a stunning drive from seventh on the grid at Spa to win in race two. Rockingham the only noticeable blip with an error at the start in race three.
2 BEN HINGELEY Fortec Motorsports
On his day was quick enough to beat anyone, but needed more consistency to mount a serious title challenge. Faultless drive from pole in race one at Donington showed he should have challenged Ahmed more often. Two DNFS at Brands Hatch was the low point.
3 TOBY SOWERY Lanan Racing
Disappointing season with only two wins at Silverstone showing a brief glimmer of hope in the hunt for the championship. Lost a third win at Brands after being excluded. Possibly would have taken second in the standings had he not missed the final round at Donington.
4 JORDAN CANE Douglas Motorsport
Joined midway through the season and made the most of reversed grids to take three wins, including on his series debut at Snetterton. More consistency required, but a championship contender if he decides to return to the series next year.
5 JAMES PULL Carlin
Consistent throughout the season, with 14 podiums, but poor luck and a lack of that final tenth of a second cost him the chance of wins. Best chance came in the rain-shortened race one at Brands Hatch when he was about to go for the lead just as the red flag was shown.