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Dan Cammish shines at a soaked Brands Hatch

Credit: NAPA Racing UK

24:08 - Nic Halstead in the Hyundai and George Gamble in the Toyota came together at the crest of Paddock hill, sending Halstead sideways into the gravel and forcing the first red flag of the session.

20:34 - Ash Sutton sits top of the pile, with Josh Cook and Colin Turkington filling the top three spots. Sutton's teammates Dan Cammish and Dan Rowbottom sit 9th and 11th, just over a second behind their NAPA Racing UK Teammate.

18:45 - Nic Hamilton spun at the back end of Paddock Hill bend, stranding him and leaving him vulnerable to a spinning Adam Morgan behind him. The Yorkshireman was unable to stop his BMW and collected Hamilton's CUPRA on the way through. The red flag is thrown for the second time in the session.

18:20 - Sutton decided to stay in the pits, trusting his pole lap of a 55.112 to keep him in qualifying for the top ten shootout.

16:44 - Cammish out perform's the rest of the field and improves despite the worsening conditions to go second behind his teammate Sutton.

15:20 - Will Powell of Starline Racing with ONE Motorsport locked his front wheels on his Honda Civic, sending him straight into the tyre wall at druids bend, forcing the third red flag of the session.

13:05 - Tom Ingram set the track alight with an all time best to go provisional pole with a 54.813.

11:57 - Sam Osbourne in the NAPA Ford damaged the front and rear of his focus with a big impact at redgate corner, he was able to drag the injured Ford back to the pit-lane.

08:42 - Rory Butcher came from 13th and set an overall fastest first sector before locking up and going wide at the final corner, ruining his lap.

6:44 - Butcher found the gravel yet again at paddock hill, he continued with no problems.

4:13 - Turkington went pole with a 54.530, a drying track helped rocket the times up.

3:20 - Sutton found yet more time in his Ford Focus, beating BMW's Turkington to first place by just 0.019s.

00:59 - Jack butel in the Team HARD. CUPRA jumped up the order for a career best of 11th place, befrore being miss placed to 13th by Chilton and Taylor-Smith.

00:02 - Jake Hill timed his lap to perfection and goes top of the pile with a 54.397.

Qualifying Two

Credit: Team BMW

06:32 - Cammish was top after the first round of flying laps at a still soaked Brands Hatch

05:45 - Hill snatches pole away from the NAPA Ford of Cammish with a 54.589.

04:22 - Hill's time was displaced by BMW teammate, Colin Turkington with a 54.568 with just four minutes to go.

03:32 - Sutton set an all time fastest second sector, but stayed fourth in the order

02:12 - Tom Ingram stayed 9th, the 2022 champion was struggling on a greasy wet track surface in the Hyundai.

01:34 - Cammish split the two BMW's with a fantastic lap

00:00 - Dan Cammish come home in pole, followed by the two BMW's and his teammate Ash Sutton.


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