British GT Championship racer Stuart Hall remains out front in the Rolex 24 at Daytona Driver Challenge presented by Sunoco standings thanks to the fact that the second round of his season won't take place until this weekend at Spa.
Hall took the lead in the standings following his double win at Oulton Park over the Easter Weekend, and will hope to maintain his lead as the British GT Championship heads to Belgium to support the second round of the Le Mans Series.
The Rollcentre Racing man currently leads the way ahead of team-mate Dan Brown, while Radical racers Derek Johnston, Jonathan Wright and Rob Wheldon round out the top five.
Carlin Formula Three racer Daniel Ricciardo lies in sixth, and is the best placed driver to have contested two race weekends following the second round of the season this past weekend at Silverstone.
A third win of the season for the Australian aided his points challenge, while Max Chilton also scored well with a double pole and lies eleventh. Nick Tandy sits 14th following a fastest lap in race two, while Dutchman Renger van der Zande is 26th after a win and fastest lap in race one, although the fact he missed the opening round and didn't score any points has hit his challenge.
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