'Final' British GT Points Tables
These are the driver tables after Silverstone (below): they need a little clarifying...

In theory, the GT2s need to head off to Magny-Cours next month, to conclude the calendar. But with only Scuderia Ecosse, Team LNT and Eclipse Motorsport likely to show any inclination to go, the final race will be confirmed, or not, with a few days.

The thinking seems to be that Scuderia Ecosse simply needs to finish second or third to seal the drivers' and teams' titles - but LNT might be inclined to take the fight all the way.

In GTC, Trackspeed was already assured of the teams' title, and on the surface it looks as though Ryan Hooker sealed the drivers' tite at Silverstone - but there seems to be a dispute over the appeals procedure that left the Hooker / Lang / Allison scores level before the last race, so that ruling will be looked at again.

GT3 is clear-cut. Lotus Sport Cadena was already victorious, while Leo Machitski is the GT3 driver champion, after a second place at Silverstone, ahead of the Sam Blogg / George Mackintosh Cadena pair.

Silverstone race report(s) to come on Monday.

GT2
1 Chris Niarchos 65
2 Tim Mullen 65

3 Luke Hines 61
4 Tom Kimber-Smith 61
5 Ian Flux 25
6 Kevin Riley 25

GTC
1 Ryan Hooker 89

2 Matt Allison 85
3 Jonny Lang 85
4 Bradley Ellis 71
5 Alex Mortimer 71
6 Oliver Bryant 53
7 Keith Ahlers 53
8 Jon Finnemore 49
9 Chris Beighton 49
10 Phil Keen 42
11 Adam Wilcox 31
12 Phil Burton 31
13 Phil Glew 29
14 Hunter Abbott 26
15 Neil Cunningham 22
16 Matt Harris 21
17 Graeme Mundy 21
18 Calum Lockie 19
19 Miles Hulford 18

GT3
1 Leo Machitski 49

2 Sam Blogg 44.5
3 George MacKintosh 44.5
4 Jonathan Cocker 40
5 Gavan Kershaw 33.5
6 Barrie Whight 33.5
7 Paul Drayson 20.5
8 Stuart Turvey 20
9 Aaron Scott 20
10 Paul Whight 18.5
11 Danny Watts 15

 

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