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Johnson, Lynch and McLoughlin win at Silverstone.

In fifth place was the Ultima of Steve Brady and Aaron Scott, a great performance from a car that hasn't always shown such reliability.

In GT Cup the Patrick Pearce/Matt Griffin Tech 9 Porsche returned to winning ways. ''My plan was to stay behind the other Porsche because they had three drivers and would lose more time that way,'' Griffin said. ''But that broke a driveshaft so after that I just started to push harder.''

Second went to the Richard Thorne Morgan Aero 8 of Neil Cunningham, Keith Robinson and Henry Taylor ahead of another car shared three ways, the Ferrari 360 of Hector Lester, Ivor Mairs and Michael Mallock.

The next round in the championship is at Castle Combe, Wiltshire on 21/22 June 2003.





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