Dan Cammish maintains his strong start to the Oulton Park British Touring Car Championship weekend after topping the timesheets ahead of his Honda team mate Matt Neal in FP2.

Having been pipped to the top-spot in the morning's earlier session thanks to Sam Tordoff's last gasp effort in FP1, Cammish finally ended the practice with the fastest time after producing a lap just 0.044s faster than his three-time champion team mate Neal in second.

With the track temperature ramping up to almost 50 degrees, Cammish's benchmark proved to be over 0.5s slower than Tordoff's previous effort set during the morning running.

Nevertheless, the Honda Civic Type-R, albeit the newer FK8 version, remained the car to beat with TradePriceCars.com's Jake Hill ending the session as its nearest challenger with the third fastest time.

Two-time champion Jason Plato retained his position from FP1 with the fourth fastest time again during the second session, ahead of the leading Team BMW effort of Tom Oliphant in fifth.

FP1 pacesetter Sam Tordoff settled for the sixth fastest time in FP2, closely followed by Aiden Moffat and Colin Turkington in seventh and eighth.

Mac Tools Racing's Adam Morgan and Team Toyota GB's Tom Ingram completed the remainder of the top-ten order in ninth and tenth.

 

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