Barwell Motorsport’s Alexander Sims showed TF Sport’s Jonny Adam that he was not going to dominate again as Sims pipped him to the top of the timing screens during the second session. Whilst the prior were battling for top spot in GT3 Generation AMR SuperRacing’s Matthew George went on to lead the GT4 class times again. Liam Griffin is still in the fight for the title so Sims will be doing everything he can to help his co-driver take the title. He lapped their Lamborghini in 1:47.733 late on during the fifty-minute session to beat rivals TF Sport to the top spot. The gap to TF Sport’s Jonny Adam was 0.342 seconds, two tenths quicker than Adam’s time from the morning. Adam responded with going fastest in sector one and three but his second was too slow to be able to beat Sims’ time.
Phil Keen finished his session in third place, just a tenth off of Adam’s time. Jon Barnes went on to ensure both of the TF Sport Aston Martin V12 Advantages finished the session within the top four. AmDTuning.com’s BMW Z4 in the hands of Joe Osborne and Lee Mowle finished the session in fifth place, just 0.028 seconds off of Barnes’ time. Black Bull Ecurie Ecosse’s Rob Bell in the McLaren 650S was one second behind the BMW. Matt Manderson finished the session in seventh for the Ultimate Speed team in their Aston Martin. Team Parker Racing’s Seb Morris aboard the Bentley finished the session down in eighth place.
Matthew George once again topped the GT4 class times for the second session in a row. The Generation AMR SuperRacing driver put in a lap time of 1:58.528, this time was three tenths down on the time set in the morning session. He beat Sandy Mitchell to the top spot by just under two tenths of a second. Jack Mitchell and Matthew Graham’s Generation AMR with Macmillan Racing Aston Martin finished in third ahead of PMW Expo Racing/Optimum Motorsport’s Mike Robinson and Graham Johnson.
The first of the two RCIB Insurance Racing Ginettas with Rob Barrable and Aaron Mason at the wheel finished in fifth with Simpson Motorsport’s Bradley Ellis taking sixth.
©Fay Tilley 7th August 2016.