Honda's Dan Cammish has topped the final British Touring Car Championship practice session of the 2018 season after setting the pace ahead of outgoing champion Ashley Sutton at Brands Hatch.

Just 0.576s was all that could cover the top-14 runners, with the Honda Civic Type-R of Cammish leading the way with a 1 minute 31.000s lap around the Grand Prix layout.

With Cammish setting his best lap earlier in the session, a late red flag - triggered by reigning champion Sutton suffering an off at Paddock Hill bend - meant the Team Dynamics driver was able to retain his position at the top as the incident curtailed the final five minutes of running.

Behind the top-two, Jack Goff and Andrew Jordan retained their positions at the sharp end of the timesheets after setting the third and fourth fastest times, respectively.

Fresh off the back from his first win of the 2018 campaign at Silverstone, Aiden Moffat completed the top-five FP2 order aboard his Laser Tools Racing Mercedes A-Class ahead of WIX Racing's Brett Smith in sixth.

As in FP1, Honda's Matt Neal once again set the seventh fastest time ahead of fellow Honda stablemates, Matt Simpson and Chris Smiley in eighth and ninth.

Speedworks Motorsport's Tom Ingram ended FP2 directly ahead of the man he's chasing for the BTCC title in tenth position, with championship leader Colin Turkington lurking just behind the Toyota runner in eleventh.