Ash Sutton and Tom Ingram have both been excluded from the British Touring Car Championship race two result at Knockhill after both cars failed the mandatory ride-height following the second race.

Reigning champion Sutton had provisionally won the second race ahead of Ingram, but the pair have subsequently been excluded from the result, which means BMW Pirtek Racing's Andrew Jordan has emerged as the race two winner, after finishing third on the road.

The amended podium order for round 23 of the championship stands as race winner Jordan, followed by Josh Cook and Dan Cammish classified second and third.

The result also impacts the grid order for race three, with Tom Chilton now promoted to pole position for the reverse grid race, instead of championship leader Colin Turkington, who was initially drawn as the pole-man for the Knockhill finale.

Turkington has also extended his points advantage over Ingram and Sutton, following the pair's non-score.

Sutton and Ingram will both start race three from the back, carrying the full amount of success ballast as required from finishing first and second on the road.



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