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Sutton Dominates At Snetterton For 31st Career Win

Ash Sutton comes across the line to win his second race of the day, and his 31st of his career.

Ash Sutton #116 Credit: Napa Racing UK

Before the race even starts Starline with One Motorsport driver, Josh Cook, has drams on the start line. Thankfully he manages to pull away and will therefore be classified in his proper starting position.

Sutton leads into the first corner, with a poorly Tom Ingram sluggish off the line again.

Josh Cook falls down the order with the problem he had on the grid. His weekend goes from bad to worse.

Mikey Doble and Andrew Watson go wheel to wheel in the two Power Maxed Racing Vauxhall Astras.

Collard, who started from the back after his race one retirement, makes his way through the field and up into 16th place at the end of lap number two.

Sutton pulls a 4.2 second gap back to the BMW of Jake Hill in second.

Ex-ciceley Motorsport teammates Dan Rowbottom and Adam Morgan go wheel to wheel and ends in an aggressive nudge from the BMW as the Ford slips past at the hairpin.

Dan Lloyd throws his CUPRA up the inside of Árón Taylor-Smith's Astra, making contact but not producing any major fallout.

Sutton increased his gap to 4.5 seconds after the end of lap 6th.

Jade Edwards exits stage left at the hairpin, dropping her back to the very rear of the field.

Tom Ingram #1

A very unwell Tom Ingram continues to push on and defend from Stephan Jelley for 6th place.

Sam Osbourne impresses yet again at Snetterton, fighting with Toyota's Rory Butcher.

Taylor-Smith at the head of a big train of cars on medium tyres, making his Astra as wide as he possibly can to keep them behind him for 12th place.

Jelley manages to make his way past a struggling Ingram with no major drama.

Turkington and Rowbottom fight for third, with just 8 tenths of a second between them.

Pearson and Chilton fall victim to a flying Collard on soft tyres, Taylor-Smith still holds onto 12th.

Árón Taylor-Smith #40

A defensive masterclass from the Irishman forces Collard to stop in his tracks, the two Excelr8 cars of Pearson and Chilton are ready to pounce at any mistakes from either Taylor-Smith or Collard.

Onto the final lap, Sutton is 4.2 seconds clear of Hill in second.

Taylor-Smith flies across the line ahead of the Toyota of Collard for a well deserved 12th place.

Sutton for the win, Hill in second followed by his WSR teammate Colin Turkington.

Race Number 3 starts at 17:15, ITV4


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