Martins finally breaks F4 duck
It took 41 attempts but Rafael Martins finally secured his first British F4 win in the second race in Cheshire.
He profited from an error from reverse-grid poleman Zane Goddard, who clipped the kerb at Knickerbrook which sent the distraught Aussie straight on and into the barriers. Brazilian Martins then had to resist a stream of 10 cars to the flag, the Arden driver just beating James Pull and Alex Quinn.
The other two races were uneventful and dominated by Carlin duo Devlin Defrancesco and Petru Florescu. Defrancesco shot away in the opener, while new points leader Florescu beat the Canadian in race three for victory.
Jamie Caroline made good starts in races one and three to climb to third but he was unable to make any further progress and had to settle for the bottom step of the podium on both occasions. However, the Jamun driver retired from race two on the first lap with a clutch issue.