The PB Racing Audi took pole

With the rain having already caused mayhem during Friday’s practice sessions, the third qualifying session of the season caused further panic with teams and drivers squabbling to get have there tyres in the correct window.

Team BRIT are fielding both of their McLarens in today’s race

It was usual business for championship leaders PB Racing as they once again found themselves in pole ahead of Team Brit by 3.6 seconds, who did qualify fastest in Class D ahead of their rivals Xentek Motorsport.

Fatima and Steve Wood interview Aaron Morgan after the qual session

Speaking with Brit’s Aaron Morgan post-qualifying, Morgan stated: “The session started and it only got wetter as the session went on. It did stop raining for a few minutes but the track didn’t dry up significantly to make a difference. Very treacherous conditions.

Bridger Motorsport are the new kid on the block, the Kent-based teams turned heads with a sensational performance that saw them qualify P5 with their McLaren 5705 GT4 – with Jay Bridger’s putting a one-lap wonder in after setting no time on the board.

MJC Ltd’s Witt Gamski made his return to racing after a six-year-hiatus. Driving the Bentley Continental GT3 Gen 2, Gamski and PRO driver Ross Wylie qualified P16 as they compete in Class A.

Words: Fatima Ahmed, photos: Chris Valentine