Barwell’s Leo Machitski and Dennis Lind put the disappointment of Donington Park behind them by bouncing back into the Intelligent Money British GT Championship lead with a commanding victory at Spa-Francorchamps.
They were joined in the winners’ circle by Balfe Motorsport’s Jack Brown and Ashley Marshall (McLaren) who overcame suspension damage to beat Newbridge’s Motorsport’s Matt Topham and Darren Turner. The Aston Martin took the chequered flag first but had 30s added to its race time in lieu of a drive-through penalty for multiple track limits infringements. Championship leaders Will Burns and Gus Burton completed the podium.
Ahead, WPI Motorsport’s Lamborghini driven by Michael Igoe and Phil Keen finished second overall, albeit 48s behind Barwell’s Huracan, while Balfe’s Stewart and Lewis Proctor scooped Silver-Am honours in third.