In the colder first session, team mate and Porsche GB 2016 / 2017 Scholar Charlie Eastwood (Redline Racing) shadowed Cammish all the way. However, in the second session it was local driver Tom Wrigley (IN2 Racing) who sprinted his way into second behind the reigning champion, setting up what promises to be a furious qualifying session. Cammish’s fastest lap was only one tenth slower than a much warmer qualifying session last year, underlining the pace of the 2017 grid.
Closest of all were the Pro-Am1 runners. With only tenths between them, Alex Martin (Team Parker Racing) eventually earned himself a small margin, but the category remains wide open. The biggest challenge to Martin looks set to come from Graeme Mundy (Team Parker Racing), although Justin Sherwood (Team Parker Racing) and Peter Jennings (G-Cat Racing) are not far behind.
Also trading small margins at the head of Pro-Am2 were Shamus Jennings (G-Cat Racing) and Peter Kyle-Henney (IN2 Racing). Kyle-Henney undoubtedly held the advantage at Donington, but Jennings looks to be showing some of his best form to head the category ahead of qualifying.