Rounds 7-9: Thruxton, 19-20 May
Matt Neal, Josh Cook and Adam Morgan claimed a win apiece at Thruxton, the UK's fastest race track.
Neal produced a commanding lights-to-flag performance in the opening race, after seeing off race-long pressure from Team BMW’s Colin Turkington. Dan Cammish held off Sam Tordoff to claim the final podium position.
Cook then followed up his recent Donington Park success with another impressive win. Pole-sitter Neal couldn’t hang on as Turkington’s BMW blasted past to claim second overall, with Neal finishing third.
Morgan moved to the top of the championship standings with victory in the final race. The Lancastrian driver got a good getaway from pole position to finish ahead of Jack Goff and Senna Proctor.
1 Matt NEAL (GBR) Halfords Yuasa Racing 16 laps
2 Colin TURKINGTON (GBR) Team BMW +0.860s
3 Dan CAMMISH (GBR) Halfords Yuasa Racing +3.699s
1 Josh COOK (GBR) Power Maxed TAG Racing 16 laps
2 Colin TURKINGTON (GBR) Team BMW +1.325s
3 Matt NEAL (GBR) Halfords Yuasa Racing +5.285
1 Adam MORGAN (GBR) Mac Tools with Ciceley Motorsport 16 laps
2 Jack GOFF (GBR) WIX Racing with Eurotech +2.433s
3 Senna PROCTOR (GBR) Power Maxed TAG Racing +3.147s
Provisional championship standings
1 Adam Morgan – 96 Points
2 Josh Cook – 95
3 Tom Ingram – 85
Image: Matt Neal heads the pack at Thruxton, courtesy of BTCC.net