Andrew Jordan took victory in a chaotic Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship finale at Oulton Park to keep the pressure on points leader Matt Neal.
Jordan worked his way towards the front in the early stages of the race to find himself second behind Pirtek Racing team-mate Jeff Smith, leaving him in the ideal position when Smith then suffered a spin at Knickerbrook.
From there, Jordan was untroubled out front to secure a second win of the campaign to leave him just four points away from the championship lead heading to Croft.
Behind, Colin Turkington
took a second podium of the weekend for the eBay Motors crew with Adam Morgan third; the Ciceley Racing driver picking up his maiden BTCC podium in third despite the best efforts of Neal late on. Neal had earlier suffered a scare when he got his Honda onto two wheels at Knickerbrook while dicing for position with Turkington.
Rob Austin was fifth in his Audi having led the race through the early stages before contact from Smith proved to be the catalyst in him slipping back down the pack. Two spins for Smith ultimately saw him end up down in 18th spot.
Behind Austin, Will Bratt, Sam Tordoff, Nick Foster, Frank Wrathall and Aron Smith completed the top ten, while the Jack Sears Trophy went to Liam Griffin – the only S2000-spec driver to make it to the finish.
Having earlier won the first two races, Jason Plato
retired when his car caught fire - forcing him to pull into the pits to allow marshals to extinguish the flames coming from under the bonnet of his MG6.