Following a steward's inquiry, Honda's Matt Neal keeps his race three Donington Park victory but MG have appealed the decision.

Neal and Jordan came to blows on lap six of a dramatic third and final race of the day before crossing the line nose-to-tail in first and second position.

The Honda and MG collided into McLeans, which sent Jordan's Triple Eight machine off the circuit and into the gravel as Neal took, what was then, third position.

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The incident was investigated by the race officials and while a verbal warning was given to Neal, no further action was taken.

Following the race, Jordan told that he expected the steward's 'to swap the positions around' in his favour while Neal felt that the MG man left enough of a gap to warrant an overtaking opportunity into the right-hander.

"I would expect the result to get switched round with Matt [Neal]," said Jordan after the race.

"He did a good move on me a couple of laps before but he should know I'm going to cover it when he's already caught me out. I covered it then and there wasn't a gap so I'd be amazed if they didn't swap it around."

Triple Eight's appeal will be heard and reviewed at Thruxton for the next round of the championship three weeks from now.