Dan Cammish managed to take home the opening round victory for Napa Racing UK at Donington Park.
All race long, Cammish was focused on his battle with Jake Hill in the Laser Tools BMW - a battle fought hard but fair.
Cammish was on the bumper of Hill from the start, after a poor getaway from his teammate Rowbottom on Pole. Second place Sutton was forced into retirement after mechanical difficulties.
WSR didn’t have much to shout about other than Hill’s fight with Cammish; the trio of Turkington, Morgan and Jelley were fighting at the low end if the top ten, stuck behind traffic and unable to progress forward.
Arguably the stars of the show however, were Power Maxed Racing. Championship rookie Andrew Watson stormed past the drivers around him to the front battle, and stayed there throughout the race.
Teammate Árón Taylor-Smith also showed his pace, moving up places from the start and battling his replacement at Team HARD, Dan Lloyd, towards the end of the race.
Lloyd was leading the charge in 7th for a large portion of the race, before contact with the car behind sent him wide and to the back of the pack at the old hairpin on lap 18.
Bobby Thompson recovered from a plagued qualifying session to the lower half of the top 20, with Nic Hamilton, Jack Butel and Dexter Patterson all making up the numbers further back. Jade Edwards never took the start.
Toyota Gazoo Racing and One Motorsport both had fairly quiet races. A lot of improvements to be made across the board but with two races to go today, it's anyone’s game here at Donington!