Will Martin won the postponed Croft Ginetta Junior race to make it two from two on the first day at Snetterton.
Race one at Croft was postponed due to sever rain in June. It was slotted in to the Snetterton schedule with the grid decided by Croft qualifying.
Martin started second alongside championship leader James Hedley. He made a storming start to take the lead heading into the first corner. Hedley kept the pressure on the Richardson Racing driver and was rarely more than a few tenths behind, but was unable to make a move stick.
The pair were almost side by side as they took the chequered flag, with Hedley finishing just 0.136s behind Martin.
Martin’s fifth consecutive victory moves him ahead of Zak O’Sullivan in the championship standings, though he’s still 92 points behind Hedley.
Casper Stevenson completed the podium, half a second behind the lead battle, with O’Sullivan fourth.
Roman Bilinski enjoyed a busy race, first battling with Theo Edgerton for fifth then, once ahead, defending against a train of six cars. Gus Burton, who made a strong start from 11th on the grid, found a way past the Alastair Rushford Motorsport driver.
Though Bilinski, who had damage to the front of his car, tried to fight back, but fell away from Burton.
Burton took the chequered flag fifth, two second ahead of Bilinski.
Tom Emson finished seventh, ahead of Theo Edgerton, Ethan Hawkey, and Ben Kasperczak.
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|1||Will Martin||10||Richardson Racing||14m13.939s (6 Laps)|
|2||James Hedley||67||Elite Motorsport||+0.136s|
|3||Casper Stevenson||25||Richardson Racing||+0.676s|
|4||Zak O’Sullivan||51||R Racing||+1.701s|
|5||Gus Burton||57||Douglas Motorsport||+11.972s|
|6||Roman Bilinski||55||Alastair Rushford Motorsport||+14.928s|
|7||Tom Emson||27||Elite Motorsport||+15.241s|
|8||Theo Edgerton||54||Total Control Racing||+15.698s|
|9||Ethan Hawkey||40||Richardson Racing||+15.834s|
|10||Ben Kasperczak||35||BK Racing||+16.931s|
|11||Josh Rattican||21||R Racing||+17.809s|
|12||Lorcan Hanafin||23||Douglas Motorsport||+23.532s|
|13||Ethan Brooks||86||Total Control Racing||+24.157s|
|14||Tom Ward||17||Elite Motorsport||+24.325s|
|15||Joel Pearson||29||Elite Motorsport||+24.504s|
|16||James Taylor||66||Richardson Racing||+26.793s|
|17||Ben O’Hare||95||Premiership Academy||+27.372s|
|18||Frankie Taylor||32||SVG Motorsport||+30.120s|
|19||Freddie Tomlinson||62||Douglas Motorsport||+32.143s|
|20||Bailey Vosin||22||Douglas Motorsport||+39.872s|
|21||Molly Dodd||47||Premiership Academy||+41.878s|
|DNF||Haytham Qarajouli||75||Total Control Racing||+1 Lap|