British GT Championship

RJN Motorsport Takes Pole with Sanchez And Moore. (09.06.18)

Photo: / Jakob Ebrey Photography.

Struan Moore and, making his British GT Championship, Ricardo Sanchez took pole position for the Silverstone 500, the blue-riband of the premier national GT series with an average lap-time time of 3:59.841 after Sanchez lapped the 5.89 km Northamptonshire circuit in 1:50.723 and Moore put in a 2:00.126 in the #24 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3. Sanchez and Moore were the only driver pairing to set an average time below 4:00.000.

Lining up alongside Sanchez and Moore on the front-row will be the #11 TF Sport Aston Martin V12 Vantage in which Mark Farmer and Nicki Thiim set an average time of 4:00.563.

Completing the top three in the GT3 class was the #47 Jetsteam Motorsport Aston Martin in which Graham Davidson and Maxime Martin set a 4:00.573.

#10 a.a. 18.06.09

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The GT4 category will be headed by the #10 Equipe Verschuur McLaren 570S GT4 in which Finlay Hutchison set a 2:11.777 and Daniel McKay lapped in 2:11.481  to set an average of 4:23.258. Second quickest in the GT4 class was the #61 Academy Motorsport Aston Nartin V8 Vantage GT4 in which  Tom Wood and Jan Jonck set a 4:24.151.

The top three were rounded out by the #77 Fox Motorsport Merecdes-AMG GT4 of Mark Murfitt and Michael Broadbent.

The lights go out for Round 6 of the British GT Championship at 13:10 local time.