Jody Firth all but sealed the GT4 title with another class victory, finishing eighth overall. Nigel Moore started the Team WFR Ginetta G50 and narrowly held off the similar Speedworks car of Christian Dick. Firth was then able to pull away from Dick's co-driver, Richard Sykes, to secure another win. Only co-driver Moore can mathematically stop Firth winning the title and, with the pair sharing the WFR car for the season, that seems unlikely.
The GT3 crown, however, remains wide open as the Avon Tyres British GT Championship heads for the Brands Hatch finale next month. The Ascari's problems left it classified seventh in GT3, leaving the Jones twins just one point ahead of Lester in the standings. ABG's second also means Wilkins and Scott are only another seven points further back.
The day, though, belonged to MTECH, Griffin and Cameron.
"We had everything crossed during the last half hour," said Cameron. "We were telling Matt to slow down. It's been a fantastic weekend and we've finally done it."