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By Andrea Hurcombe, Jun 23 2018 11:12AM

Mat Jackson started the session for the Car 95 pairing. 7 minutes into the session Jackson set a time of 1:46.338; 5th overall and 2nd in Class. The Class leaders of Greenwood & Moore set a time of 1:46.005.

S4 Class driver Tim Docker in Car 27 set a time of 1:51.850 with the leader 4.328 seconds ahead.

With 19 minutes to go Jackson set a time of 1:45.115 to the Class lead, as the red flag came out for an incident involving Car 10 of Sandford & Seyfried.

Jackson came into the pits under the red flag conditions and swapped with Stewart Lines who set a time of 1:48.640 after the re-start. Lines continued to set consistent times but could not improve on the time set by Jackson, resulting in the pairing being 8th overall and 1st in Class at the chequered flag.

Docker set a new best time of 1:48.138 to take 5th in Class at the chequered flag, 2.844 seconds behind the S4 Class leaders Watt & Prosser.

By Andrea Hurcombe, Jun 23 2018 08:49AM

With Mat Jackson and Tim Docker at the wheel of the SEAT CUPRA and VW Golf GTi respectively for the Britcar Endurance at Oulton Park, both drivers soon got into their stride setting decent times.

With 9 minutes of the session to go, Jackson set a time of 1:51.101, with Docker at 1:53.859

At 7 minutes to go, Jackson put in a 1st in class, 3rd overall, time of 1:46.637.

The drivers came in for timed pit stop practice with 4 minutes of the session to run. Both were completed successfully, with Jackson changing tyres.

As the chequered flag was waved, Jackson went over the line 1st in class (6th overall) with Docker putting in a flying time of 1:49.637 taking him to 3rd in class.

Qualifying is at 10.20 – 10.50

By Andrea Hurcombe, Jun 22 2018 02:12PM

It has been announced that from this weekend at Oulton Park, Tim Docker will now be competing in the Class 4 Sprint Championship.

This transition has been made due to a change in car from the VW Scirocco to a newly acquired TCR-spec VW Golf GTi.

Tim was previously leading the Class 5 Championship by 5 points; however, the points tally will not transfer over, handing the Championship lead to Richard Neary.

Supported in testing by Paul O’Neill in order to gather some data on the new car, initial feedback has been positive. Tim and the Team are looking forward to a successful weekend.