ROB COLLARD JACK GOFF ROB AUSTIN SAM TORDOFF ASH SUTTON MATT NEAL ANDREW JORDAN MAT JACKSON
WSR BMW 125i M Sport
Collard rocketed from 12th to sixth place in race one, which gave him a platform for race two. He stunned by going from sixth place to second at the start, but was then involved in contact with leader Tom Ingram. A soft-tyred sixth place rounded off his weekend that could have offered more. There was disappointment for the Toyota driver after struggles in qualifying and being the victim of a race one shunt, but the push up the order to 14th in race two from 30th was impressive. Was 11th in race three.
Triple Eight Racing MG6
A great debut and he was not intimidated. He finished fourth in race one, but had to pull some moves to do it, and then landed sixth in the second race. A stall at the start of race three left him on a fightback to 10th.
Yuasa Honda Civic Type R
There wasn’t a lot wrong with Neal’s weekend. He wasn’t quite on the pace of Shedden in the races or qualifying, but used his head to bank the points. He was caught out by Andrew Jordan on the run to the line in race three to drop to fifth, but leads the standings going in to the next rounds. Jackson was tipped in to the gravel in the opening race, which set him back, but he used the soft tyres wisely to climb back to eighth. Fifth in race two was spent in the shadow of the sister car but when Andrew Jordan bashed into Jackson at Paddock in race three, there was ill feeling.