2019 Calendar

EnduroKA is an endurance series started in 2019 which offers a competitive, cost effective way to enjoy the thrill of team endurance racing.

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2019 Calendar

Race Report

Donington Park played host to the inaugural EnduroKA race, and what an event it was! Qualifying set the tone for the day with the top ten cars covered by only a second. All eyes were on the battle for the top spot, as early pacesetters Track-Club traded times with Three in a Pink Racing and M&D Racing. At the end of his stint George Wright had left the Three in a Pink car on pole, but it was to be short lived as just minutes later Adam Blair in the IP Racing KA put together a brilliant lap to claim the top spot. This was a position they would hold for the remainder of the session, despite a late charge by PistonHeads who had to settle for second place just one tenth of a second behind the leaders. Third place went to Octane Junkies, with Three in a Pink Racing having to settle for fourth despite their early pace.

The drama started right off the bat, as the Octane Junkies car stopped on track with an apparent fluid leak. This proved to be nothing major, and the 111 car was recovered to the pits to be a pit lane starter. 

With the KA now clear the grid rolled to the line and the lights went out. EnduroKA was a go! 

Unsurprisingly it was pole sitters IP racing who took the early lead, but with the top four cars separated by only half a second at times it was far from secure. Pistonheads, Burton Power, three in a Pink and Track Club were all fighting hard to be best of the rest. Ten laps in and under mounting pressure from the Pink KA, IP racing cracked and, as is often the case in close racing the flood gates were open. KA's managed to rush through and the IP car was fourth. The lead changed again just one lap later as Burton Power took the lead for the first time leaving the Pink KA and Track-Club fighting it out. Four laps the Burton car managed in the lead before the Pink KA and then IP racing took their turns at the top. This rapid change brought about the first lot of driver changes, with PistonHeads first of the lead pack to pit, Burton Power just one lap later.

Racing further down the field was just as fierce as at the top, with Kool AirRunnings and SuperKA Racing trading lap times for fifth and sixth, ahead of the battle for seventh which included four cars after the pit stops.

One hour in and the Safety car appeared for a 2 lap blast to recover a KA back to the pits. This brought a flurry of activity in the pits as ten teams, including the duelling pair of LDR Performance Tuning and CHR Motorsport with Motex, took to the pit lane to take advantage of a free driver change pit stop.

As the KA’s appeared from behind the safety car, it was the Kool Airunnings KA with a small lead from over Peak Performance Reviews and CHR Motorsport with Motex who made the most of the safety car period. This is how it stayed until the Kool KA pulled into the pits releasing Peak Performance for their stint at the top.

As the stops continued to rotate the field, SuperKA Racing found themselves in the top spot. Early front runners PistonHeads were again in second and the Pink KA was back in third. Unable to catch the SuperKA Racing team on the track, PistonHeads had to wait until a further stop promoted them to the lead. This was a lead they would hold on to for a large portion of the mid race as a long stint helped them outlast the Pink KA and a challenge from the IP racing team. Track Club however had been quietly closing the gap however and managed to take the lead just as the PistonHeads car pulled into the pit lane.

Another Safety Car period shuffled the pack again as a beached KA found itself being recovered back to the pit lane.

This time the leaders Track-Club decided to stay out as the cars around them headed to the pit lane, gifting the team a full lap advantage over second place G&B Finch who was now in second place, with Frost Racing in third holding off Burton Power.

With nine laps to go the Burton Power car was able to find a way past IP racing. It was clear that pit strategy would be pivotal and this was proven with a late stop for IP racing now in second. Second wasn’t a good place to be as just one lap later the Pink KA also had a late stop from second dropping it to sixth with five laps to go.

As they crossed the line, it was the Burton Power KA that took the inaugural win, ahead of a late charge by G&B Finch. PistonHeads capitalised on those late stops to take the last podium space ahead of IP Racing fourth and Track-Club in fifth.  

1. Burton Power Racing – Andy Burton, Ashley Davies, Tom Valentine
2. G & B F Inch Ltd – James Baxter, Steve Finch, Ben Smith, Vince Turp
3. PistonHeads – Pete Dignan, Oliver Lewis, Ben Lowden, Sam Sheehan

Dagenham Dustbin (for best presented KA):
Shine Automotive Racing – Collin French, Kevin Hunton, Ian Danby, Wayne Clelland

Fastest Lap:
Track-Club – Craig Denman & Joe Taylor - 1:37.729

Race Report

As qualifying got underway for the “12 Heures Du Norfolk”, it was Donington Park pole sitters IP Racing who set the early pace, with a time in the first five laps that would prove to be unbeatable. This didn’t deter PistonHeads though, as they once again took second, this time ahead of the KA of track-club who improved on their sixth place at Donington, with a third on the grid at the Norfolk circuit. Donington Park race winners Burton Power had to settle for sixth on the grid, just 5 hundredths of a second ahead of newcomers Frugal Racing. In fact the whole field was so close that when the flag came out for the end of the session, only two seconds separated the first eleven cars on the grid.

When the lights went out, it was IP Racing’s Adam Blair who lead the pack into the first corner, leaving PistonHeads and Track-Club to fight off the KA of Kool Airunnings. As the hour progressed, Pete Dignan of PistonHeads managed to catch and pass the leading KA, dropping them to third as Burton Power also seized the advantage, squeezing through into second. This sparked a three KA fight for second place as the Burton Power, IP Racing and Kool Runnings cars all traded places to be best of the rest behind PistonHeads. The battle raged on until a stranded car at Wilson corner brought out the safety car.

Once clear, it was PistonHeads who lead the group, having had a strong restart with lapped cars between them and the rest of the front running pack. Kool Runnings were now in second, just ahead of Burton Power with Peak Performance Reviews and SuperKA Racing in fourth and fifth following an early stop under the safety car by the IP Racing team. Further down the field the tack-club KA was forced to retire with technical gremlins.

As the race pressed on, new comers to the Series Frugal Racing were pushing hard to catch the leading pack, setting the fastest lap of the race in this portion of the race. This was rewarded as they climbed to fourth, closing the gap to Burton Power KA in third. Their progress was halted however with another appearance by the safety car, this time to aid the recovery of the Octane Junkies KA from Brundle. This time though there was a flurry of pit lane activity as all of the lead lap KA’s took to the pit lane, with the exception of the Burton Power car. When the safety car peeled back into the pit lane the Burton Power car, albeit a pit stop down, had a two minute lead over the Kool Airunnings KA, who was now the only car on the lead lap.

Then the rain came. Burton Power, now back in the lead following a round of driver and fuel stops were holding a marginal lead PistonHeads, who in turn had a comfortable lead over the Kool Airunnings and Frugal Racing cars. But with the rain coming down the times tumbled. PistonHeads clearly not as comfortable in the wet conditions dropped back into the clutches of Kool Airunnings, who had been able to dispatch the Frugal Racing KA to catch the second place car. Kool Runnings made short work of the PistonHeads KA to take second, something the Frugal Racing KA was also able to do a few laps later.  

With a drying circuit and a round of driver changes, the PistonHeads KA found it’s form again and started its push back to the top. The leading pair were now Frugal Racing and Kool Airunnings, but an extended stop for the former and a string of slower laps for the latter brought Burton Power back into the fight.

As the chequered flag neared, the top three cars were separated by just under a minute. The fight for the top sport was fierce, with less than a second separating the top two cars of Kool Airunnings and Burton Power at times, but PistonHeads was the KA on the move – and at pace! As the leaders slowed each other down through the lapped cars PistonHeads were closing at three to four seconds a lap. Through the traffic it seemed like the leading car of Kool Airunnings was going to be caught, but following a string of good laps the leader managed to break the tow and gap the Burton KA, but PistonHeads had halved the gap to the second place car. The top three were now only twenty seconds apart after twelve hours of racing, and PistonHeads in third were the fasters KA on the circuit. It wasn’t to be however, as despite having the Burton KA in its sights the PistonHeads KA ran out of laps, and when the flag came down had to settle for third place, Burton Power held onto second with Kool Airunnings left to take the first ever “12 Heures Du Norfolk” win. The Dagenham Dustbin award, issued by the Snetterton Marshals, went to the 107 Racing KA.


1. Kool Airunnings - Matthew Eldridge, Nick Naylor, Justin Roberts, Ralph Fernihough
2. Burton Power Racing – Andy Burton, Ashley Davies, Tom Valentine
3. PistonHeads – Pete Dignan, Oliver Lewis, Ben Lowden, Sam Sheehan, Matthew Bird

Dagenham Dustbin (for best presented KA):
107 Racing – Neale Hurren, Benjamin Monday, Philip O'Halloran, Harry Scott

Fastest Lap:
Frugal Racing – Jim McDougall, Mike Marais, Matthew Waymouth - 1:37.729

Race Report

A wet qualifying ensured an interesting session for all involved. In challenging conditions, it was the Frugal Racing team who came out on top with a lap less than a second ahead of the PistonHeads car of secured a hat-trick in the bridesmaid position - second.  Three in a pink managed third one tenth of a second behind with 12 Heures du Norfolk winners the now titled Team KAR in fourth. Pole sitters for the first two races IP racing had to settle for fourth on the grid.

Following an F1 style double green flag lap in the rain, the KA’s got off to a cautious start. In clear air, and crucially out of the spray, leaders Frugal Racing KA managed to gap the pack over the opening phase of the race. The big gain was had by Team Octane Junkies, who managed to climb from sixth on the grid to second on the road over the early part of the race.

Progress was temporarily halted however as PistonHeads, who were now third on the road and trading lap times with the two leaders, took an excursion through the gravel trap bringing out the Safety Car.  

With the pack now back together, it was the Burton Power KA who seized the advantage on the re-start, gaining two places to take fourth on the road. Able to keep with the leaders but not challenge, it was a flurry of pit stops during a second safety car period that pushed a fast stopping Burton Power up to an eventual third on the road, now just behind the non-stopping Three in a Pink, and IP Racing. It was now three for the lead, with Frugal Racing closing the gap in fourth.

As the two-hour mark loomed, Frugal Racing, currently fastest KA on track, managed to climb back to the front to challenge the Burton KA. Making its way past the Burton car prior to the next flurry of pit stops. It was tight at the top though, with the top five cars covered by less than 10 seconds. Before you knew it the Octane Junkies KA had jumped to second from fifth as an advantageous pit stop strategy saw their middle stints go longer than the leaders. Aware of the opportunity the Octane KA pushed hard and passed the Burton Power KA for the lead on the track to close out the third hour.

With the race pushing on, there were ten cars within a lap of the leaders, though the top three were still in the same corner. The big mover was Octane Junkies in third, who on a drying track had found at times as much as three seconds a lap over the leaders. Track Limit time penalties for the Three in a Pink Car in front, and a lap penalty for driving time on the Burton Power car behind made the job a little easier for the Octane Junkies KA, but they still had to pass the Pink car on track! Octane passed the Pink KA, with only 30 minutes of the race left.  

With the Pink KA not behind them, Octane Junkies only had to focus on the leaders, Frugal Racing. Chipping away at the lead, sometimes by seconds, sometimes just by tenths, Octane Junkies slowly closed the gap. With the timer counting down the two lead KA’s rounded lodge and with the cut back on the leaders Octane Junkies drew alongside Frugal Racing as they negotiated Deer Leap side by side. It wasn’t to be however as, Frugal won the first EnduroKA race at Oulton Park on the finish line just three hundredths of a second ahead of Octane Junkies in second. Three in a Pink Racing came home third, and after time penalties were applied, just over a minute behind the lead pair. Kastrol, the Dagenham Dustbin winners came a further minute later in fourth, with the top five rounded out by Super KA Racing.


1. Frugal Racing - Callum McDougall, Mike Marais
2. Octane Junkies - Adam Smith, Martyn Smith
3. Three in a Pink - Ryan Parkin, Scott Parkin, George Wright

Dagenham Dustbin (for best presented KA):
KAstrol - Mike McKeegan, Tim McKeegan, Tom Oliver

Fastest Lap:
Octane Junkies - Adam Smith, Martyn Smith - 2:36.595

Race Report

Qualifying painted a familiar picture, with the stellar one lap pace of IP racing showing again with their third pole from four rounds. This time out PistonHeads were unable to hold onto the front row of the grid, a position they had held at all previous rounds, as they lost out to Peak Performance Reviews who claimed second, PistonHeads took third on the grid. 12 Heures du Norfolk winners Team K.A.R. (then Kool Airunnings) took fifth on the grid, with Donington Park winners Burton Power having to settle for tenth. After an hour qualifying session, the top seven cars were separated by only a second.

As the cars rounded to the grid, it was clear that one of the KA’s was in trouble. As they rounded Barn corner one of the KA’s stopped on the grid, which lead to the race being started behind the safety car as the stricken car was recovered.

With the Safety car coming in and two laps in the books, the racing began in earnest. Pole sitters IP racing showed strong pace straight away, but Peak Performance Reviews in the Blue 88 KA kept them honest through the early stages of the race. Big movers from the start were Burton Power Racing up to fifth from tenth on the grid. Just ahead, the fight was on for third as PistonHeads and Octane Junkies traded positions, the standoff continued, until an in form Team K.A.R, the Snetterton 12 hour winners joined the party. K.A.R managed to not only find a way past the Octane Junkies KA, but in the process allowed Burton Power Racing to latch onto the back of the Octane KA, meaning attention was instantly back on distracting and the KAR Team were able to escape up the road.

Up front PistonHeads and Peak Performance Reviews were nose to tail for second, having gapped the Octane Junkies car while it was defending. This battle then became the battle for the lead, as IP racing tumbled down the field after having their own drama on circuit. Peak Performance lead the race, but it was short lived as the ever-pressing PistonHeads team, managed to find a way past one lap later. Now PistonHeads were once again able to take advantage of the KA behind being caught up in a battle with the in-form K.A.R team, who were now challenging Peak Performance Reviews for second. The K.A.R team eventually found a way past and looked set to challenge the leaders, within laps. This unfortunately never happened as the K.A.R team inherited the lead as the PistonHeads KA headed for the pits.

Now in the lead Team K.A.R looked to strengthen their position with a long stint, only pitting when the safety car was brought out to recover the track-club car, which had stopped out on circuit. This handed a temporary lead to Club Racing UK, who followed suit into the pits just one lap later.

With the safety car now clear, it was Donington Park winners Burton Power who found themselves at the front of the field, just ahead of G&B Finch in second with Octane Junkies fighting Team Buy any car for third. Eventually Burton Power had to pit, as did Team Buy Any Car, releasing Octane Junkies to chase down G&B Finch for the lead. Able to catch the leaders but not pass, G& B Finch had strong run in the lead, only relinquishing their position in the pits. Octane Junkies were now in the lead.

Octane Junkies held the lead, but were under mounting pressure from the K.A.R team. This was compounded by another Safety Car period, this time to recover the G&B Finch car, stopped out on circuit. With the Safety Car bunching the pack back up, the K.A.R team were only half a second behind Octane Junkies, and going faster, in this stage of the race. With a couple of clear laps once the track was clear, K.A.R managed to find a way past Octane Junkies for the lead, slowly gapping them in clear air. Peak Performance Reviews were now in third, ahead of early pace setters IP racing who had recovered to fourth.

Team K.A.R were determined to play the long game, and a long stint in the lead showed their pace. With the laps ticking by, Octane Junkies from second went with an earlier pit stop in an attempt for the undercut closer to the end of the race. With the K.A.R team pitting later in the race Octane Junkies were back in the lead, with a clear run to the finish. Despite a late safety car period to recover the Frost Racing KA, Octane Junkies were able to hold off Team K.A.R to win their first event, and the longest car race held at Cadwell Park, by just one second. Team K.A.R came home second with the podium rounded out by SuperKa Racing, who overtook Team PistonHeads on the last lap of the race to claim the last podium place.

1. Octane Junkies - Adam Smith, Martyn Smith, Barry Ward
2. Team K.A.R - Matthew Eldridge, Will Heslop, Nick Naylor, Justin Roberts
3. SuperKA Racing - Tylor Ballard, Jake Fraser Burns, David Stubbs

Dagenham Dustbin (for best presented KA):
Club Racing UK - Matt Hibberd, Nick Holmes, Stefan Marsh

Fastest Lap:
IP Racing - Adam Blair, Mark Figes, Matt Rivett, David Harris - 1:58.583

Race Report

Qualifying set the scene for the day, with the session only setting the grid for the first race. All others would be dictated by the previous races result. Early pace by the Frugal Racing KA showed the way, as a lap early on in the session was enough to claim the pole position. Octane Junkies KA secured second place just one lap later with a time one tenth of a second behind the pole sitter. It was CHR Motorsport with Motex that claimed third, just one tenth of a second ahead of PistonHeads in fourth. With just over a second separating the top seven cars, it was going to be close.

Race 1:

With the cars over the line for the start of race one, it was a tentative race down into Paddock Hill for the first time. Frugal Racing managed to hold onto the lead as Octane Junkies and CHR w/ Motex fought it out with PistonHeads for second place. With the leaders maintaining their lead, albeit only a second between them, eyes turned to the battle for the mid-field. KAstrol, Amigo Motorsport and IP Racing were trading places just outside of the top ten, with the IP car just able to best their rivals. In the latter portion of the race. LDR’s fast starting Matt Robinson managed to join the battle, up from nineteenth on the grid, but was unable to get past the group, until Amigo dived for the pits with three laps to go. Over the line, Frugal Motorsport took the win, ahead of Octane Junkies, with CHR w/ Motex in third, PistonHeads in Fourth. The battle for the mid field was won by IP Racing, just ahead of KAstrol. A late charge by NMD Motorsport saw them jump both LDR cars to take thirteenth with three to go.  

Classification Race 1:

1. Frugal Racing - Callum McDougall
2. Octane Junkies - Martyn Smith
3. CHR Motorsport with MOTEX - Paul Robson

Fastest Lap:
Frugal Racing - 1:04.101

Race 2:

Race two started in similar fashion to race one, with the Frugal car defending into Paddock Hill from Octane Junkies and PistonHeads. This time however a strong start for SuperKA Racing saw them challenging PistonHeads for fourth. SuperKA managed to find a way past early on, but just as their pace appeared, so did the Safety Car to recover a KA in the gravel at Paddock Hill. Once the Safety Car had returned to the pits, pace seemingly shifted to the Frost Racing KA, as Frostick managed to not only pass PistonHeads, but also the fast starting SuperKA Racing KA! It was short lived though, as PistonHeads was soon in fourth again as the Frost Racing KA and SuperKA Racing KA both retired to the pits. A late charge from the IP Racing KA successfully challenged PistonHeads for fourth with three laps to go. In the end it was Frugal Racing for the win, ahead of Octane Junkies, and CHR w/ Motex in third. Fourth was held by IP Racing ahead of PistonHeads in fifth.

Classification Race 2:

1. Frugal Racing - Callum McDougall
2. Octane Junkies - Adam Smith
3. CHR Motorsport with MOTEX - Stratton Mackay

Fastest Lap:
Frugal Racing - 1:03.988

Race 3:

Race three saw sixth place Club Racing UK start well, as the leaders put into play the well-rehearsed first stint of the race. Club Racing UK were able to climb to fifth, and then fourth over the first few laps. Slowed by the challenge, CHR w/Motex in third this time fell away from the lead pair while defending from the gold and black Club Racing KA. Just behind the fight for third, PistonHeads fell afoul of the battle between KAstrol and NMD Motorsport, as the pair managed to find a way past the PistonHeads car. It was to be short lived though and the PistonHeads KA fought back past KAstrol and NMD. The pack was slowly creeping up to the back of Club Racing UK though. The fight for fourth, then became the fight for third as the pack engulfed Club Racing UK with three laps left. PistonHeads found a way past, and could now see CHR w/ MOTEX in front. With two laps to go, PistonHeads snatched third away from CHR Motorsport to take the last step of the podium. Over the line it was Frugal Racing, from Octane Junkies, with PistonHeads in third and CHR having to settle for fourth.

Classification Race 3:

1. Frugal Racing - Callum McDougall
2. Octane Junkies - Adam Smith
3. PistonHeads - Pete Dignan

Fastest Lap:
Frugal Racing - 1:04.094

Race 4:

Race four saw CHR challenge the top two early on, but as both the CHR and Octane Junkies cars ran wide at Graham Hill on the first lap, the podium positions were blown wide open. PistonHeads were first to take advantage as they lead Club Racing UK in second and third behind leaders Frugal Racing. It was SuperKA racing on the move again though as they found the form shown in race two and jumped both PistonHeads and Club Racing to take second. Although showing good pace Club Racing UK then fell back into the clutches of a recovering CHR w/ Motex, losing out not just to them but while slowed and trying to defend were also picked off by Team Cheetah’s Freddie Hewitt. At the flag, it was Frugal Racing with a clean sweep of four wins, ahead of SuperKA Racing in second. Despite a late charge CHR Motorsport was unable to pass PistonHeads for third, and had to settle for fourth just in front of Club Racing UK fifth, and Frost Racing sixth.

Classification Race 4:

1. Frugal Racing - Callum McDougall
2. SuperKA Racing - Jake Fraser Burns
3. PistonHeads - Sam Sheehan

Fastest Lap:
CHR Motorsport with MOTEX - 1:04.169

Race Report

With 35 cars on the grid, qualifying was busy and ended with a particularly close grid for the final round of the season, as the top ten were covered by just a second. At the top of the pile was the CHR with MOTEX KA, who narrowly edged out the KAdwell Park winning Octane Junkies car. Third on the grid was IP Racing, just ahead of serial Brands Hatch sprint winner Frugal Racing fourth, and Club Racing UK in fifth. 2015 Le Man Winner, Nick Tandy’s JTR car qualified sixth, with PistonHeads seventh. Further down the grid, Donington Park winners Burton Power qualified ninth, and 1990 BTCC Champion Robb Gravett’s Graves Motorsport KA ended the session thirteenth.

When the lights went out, it was the CHR with Motex KA who managed to hold the lead, under instant pressure from the Octane Junkies and JTR cars. Octane Junkies would ultimately win, but wouldn’t be able to shake the CHR car over the opening laps. Taking a little while to find their form, Frugal Racing now started to challenge the leading pack from fourth, climbing to a high of second over the opening hour. The leading pack were fighting hard with the CHR, Octane Junkies, JTR, and Frugal all trading places until an early safety car period was called following a bid for gravel based freedom by Langworth Motorsport.  When the racing resumed it was Octane Junkies in the lead, from JTR. A further two safety car periods in fast succession shook up the field and an increasing number of teams took the option to pit under the safety car. With the first hour drawing to an end, it was all to play for again with IP Racing, CHR, Frugal and now the Graves car as well all within half a second of the lead.

Pit strategy would be crucial, and as the second hour of the race opened, it was the early pace setters CHR back at the front, but only tenths ahead of IP Racing in second. A couple of seconds further down the road were Frugal Racing, still battling the Graves Motorsport KA. A further safety car period for a KA in the gravel at Paddock Hill saw IP Racing in the pits and the remaining top three close back to under a second. With the racing once again back on, Frugal Racing managed to find a way past CHR to take a more lengthy stint at the front of the field, albeit only just ahead of the CHR car. As the two traded lap times, they were able to build a gap to Graves Motorsport in third, who had started falling into the clutches of PistonHeads. Just behind Burton Power and Peak Performance Reviews were fighting hard for fifth and sixth, with the Burton car able to catch but not pass the Peak Performance KA.

With Frugal, and then CHR pitting, the lead fell to the Burton Power KA, who had passed the PistonHeads car on the road just laps prior to the CHR car pitting. Burton Power did just enough to stay in front of PistonHeads, but following a flurry of activity in the pits, the PistonHeads car eventually inherited the lead. This time the KA chasing them down for the lead was the JTR car. JTR managed to make large inroads into the lead over the coming laps, until partly due to an increase of traffic, and in part due to PistonHeads finding some form, the gap stabilised around six/seven seconds. JTR would however inherit the lead, with the PistonHeads next stop. It was this phase of the race that saw the Mangoes Racing KA pop up to second on the road, just ahead of the CHR car, albeit on a slightly different strategy. An inevitable stop from Mangoes Racing saw CHR re-gain second place, but also saw Octane Junkies, who had consistently put in fastest lap as each session passed, were now in third.

The lead changed between JTR and Burton Power sporadically over the latter stages of the race, but JTR, now with Tandy at the wheel were able to pull the gap out, and a Stop Go Penalty for Burton Power, finally allowed Octane Junkies into the second place position. Club Racing UK were also rewarded for a consistent pace as then also inherited a strong third with Burton’s penalty. Despite Frugal Racing in fourth being a faster car, the Club Racing KA had a large lead and although Frugal was able to pull back a lap on the final podium placed car, it wasn’t enough. When the flag went down, JTR took the win, ahead of Octane Junkies in second and Club Racing in third. Frugal Racing had to settle for fourth, and Mangoes Racing took fifth, following Burton Powers late drama. Further down the field Graves Motorsport took eleventh, just ahead of CHR in twelfth following a trip to the Clearways gravel trap, and the early pace setters IP Racing took twenty first following a couple of lap penalties.   

1. JTR - Lewis Selby, Nick Tandy, James Rhodes, Elliot Mason
2. Octane Junkies - Adam Smith, Martyn Smith, Laurence Wiltshire, Barry Ward
3. Club Racing UK - Matt Hibberd, Nick Holmes, Stefan Marsh

Dagenham Dustbin (for best presented KA):
Shine Automotive (daytime) - Wayne Cleland, Ian Danby, Collin French, Justin Roberts
Frost Racing (nighttime) - Wil Arif, Rob Burnham, Frank Frostick

Fastest Lap:
JTR - Lewis Selby, Nick Tandy, James Rhodes, Elliot Mason - 1:03.678



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