With a whopping seven circuit meetings across the UK there was plenty of on track action across the weekend.
Goodwood held its Revival meeting where the great and good of the sport travelled from all over the globe to experience what has become one cornerstone of international historic racing with the Revival meeting.
The BTCC headed to the most Northerly circuit on the calendar at Knockhill and there was four meetings at Oulton Park, Castle Combe, Silverstone and Mallory Park, but the focus in terms of silverware was at Donington Park where the British GT/F3 field headed to their final round of the year.
The ‘Donington Decide’ saw huge crowds as a five way battle for the GT3 crown headlined the GT meeting. Graham Davidson and Jonny Adam took the tiles as Rob Bell and Shain Balfe scored the first home win for the McLaren 720s. In GT4 Tom Canning and Ashley Hand clinched the Crown while the Stellar Audi R8 of Richard Williams and Sennan Fielding took class honours.
Clement Novalak won the British F3 Championship after a race two reversed grid race saw both him and title rival Jonathan Hoggard bounce across the grass after contact. Hoggard took two of the three races with Nazim Azman picking up his second of the year.
In the support action Owen Walton took the title down to the wire and claimed the crown with a fourth place in the final race of the season as Ru Clarke and Mark Wakefield took a win apiece. Lewis Kent took two victories in the BRSCC Sports & Saloon Car Trophy in his TCR Hyundai i30 that he’ll campaign in the TCT season showdown next month.
Chris Salkeld took the Ginetta G40 Cup title with Rob Keogh taking a win and Daniel Morris taking two. In the GT5 Challenge Scott McKenna took the overall crown with Geri Nicosia taking two wins and Gordie Mutch taking one. In the JCW Mini Challenge James Gornall and
Dan Zelos took a win each.