Jewiss and Pasma fastest in ultra-competitive Rockingham free practice

  • Kiern Jewiss beats Patrik Pasma to top spot by three-thousandths of a second.
  • Top 5 covered by less than a tenth of a second at the Speedway and top 9 drivers by half a second.

10 AUGUST, 2018 – Kiern Jewiss and Double R Racing came out on top in a closely fought battle for supremacy in free practice at Rockingham Motor Speedway for the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost.

The championship leader recorded the fastest lap of the day with just moments to spare in free practice two. A time of 1m 18.655s denied Arden’s Patrik Pasma a clean sweep by a mere three-thousandths of a second. The Finn having set the pace in the damp first session.

“It’s been a pretty positive day and we’re pretty happy,” said Jewiss. “We were a bit unfortunate in practice one with a little technical niggle, but the rest of the day was good.

“I’m looking forward to tomorrow and we’ll see what happens in qualifying. I think we’re in a good place with the car. There are a few areas I can find a little more time. It’s looking very close and I expect it to be that way for the rest of the weekend.

“We probably went a bit early in free practice one. We did some running at the beginning when the track was still pretty wet and that’s partly why we didn’t figure quite as high in the first session.

“Snetterton was disappointing for us, but we’re looking to bounce back and I think we can here.

“The weather conditions look like they will be pretty mixed as well so we’ve got to try to maximise every opportunity when we can.

“It’s great to come into the weekend as a British Racing Drivers’ Club Rising Star. I’m hoping to celebrate my induction with a win and to represent the Club in the best way possible.”

Added Pasma: “It’s been a good day. It could have been better in FP2. I made a few mistakes which cost me a few tenths. I got caught in traffic as well which didn’t help.

“I think we have got the car in the right place for tomorrow. We’ll get a good rest tonight and use our pace to fight for top honours.

“We’ll be aiming to get a double pole like we did a fortnight ago at Snetterton. I like the profile of Rockingham, particularly its fast corners and long straight.”

It wasn’t solely the top two on the combined timesheet who shone out on the Northamptonshire track. As the chequer fell on proceedings, Arden’s Red Bull Junior Team drivers Jack Doohan and Dennis Hauger were within in a tenth of Jewiss’ time, along with Jewiss’ Double R team-mate Paavo Tonteri.

“It was difficult out there due to the track being wet and then drying out,” explained Doohan. “When the track was dry I was able to push more to find more time, but it wasn’t quite enough compared to my team-mate so we ended up just a small margin off him.

“Our race pace is looking really good and that was our main goal today to ensure that we have a strong pace for the races.

“Rockingham is an interesting circuit because it has a very abrasive surface, but is also pretty low on grip. The banking is really cool. Coming onto the main straight and making sure you carry enough speed through the final chicane is a fun challenge. It’s all about how much you can be on the limit without hitting the wall!”

Arden’s Sebastian Priaulx, as well as the JHR Developments trio of Ayrton Simmons, Manuel Sulaiman and Josh Skelton were all in touch of the pacesetting time to ensure that the top nine drivers were covered by just half a second. Simmons very much at the fore in free practice one, just 0.061s slower than pacesetter Pasma.

Johnathan Hoggard fractionally got the better of Fortec Motorsports team-mate Lucca Allen by 0.039s to break into the top-10.

Official qualifying is set for 1020 tomorrow ahead of a 1415 start for the championship’s 19th round. There are two further races on Sunday, the second of which will be screened live on ITV4 at 1550.

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Free practice times Rockingham, 10 August, 2018 (FP1/FP2)

1 Kiern JEWISS / GBR / Double R 1:20.399 / 1:18.655
2 Patrik PASMA / FIN / Arden 1:19.731 / 1:18.658
3 Jack DOOHAN / AUS / Arden 1:20.147 / 1:18.684
4 Paavo TONTERI / FIN / Double R 1:20.156 / 1:18.725
5 Dennis HAUGER / NOR / Arden 1:19.902 / 1:18.749
6 Sebastian PRIAULX / GBR / Arden 1:20.119 / 1:18.873
7 Ayrton SIMMONS / GBR / JHR 1:19.972 / 1:18.962
8 Manuel SULAIMAN / MEX / JHR 1:20.398 / 1:19.028
9 Josh SKELTON / GBR / JHR 1:21.487 / 1:19.181
10 Johnathan HOGGARD / GBR / Fortec 1:30.331 / 1:19.601 etc.

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Jewiss and Priaulx share the free practice spoils at Snetterton

  • Kiern Jewiss tops free practice one with quickest time of the day.
  • Sebastian Priaulx fastest in the afternoon.

27 JULY, 2018 – Kiern Jewiss and Sebastian Priaulx shared the spoils in free practice at Snetterton for the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost.

Jewiss recorded the fastest time of the day in the morning session, picking up from where he left off after his timesheet topping exploits in last week’s two day test. The Double R ace and championship leader proved to be the only driver capable of breaking the 1m 52s barrier and heads into the weekend full of confidence despite a technical problem curtailing his free practice two running.

“It was really good to pick up from where we left off in testing to set the quickest time this morning,” said Jewiss. “It’s very promising for the weekend ahead and let’s see what tomorrow brings.

“We were a bit unfortunate in the second session because we had a technical problem which meant we couldn’t show our true pace, but I’m still pleased with time we recorded on old tyres.

“To only be about two tenths off is very encouraging. It’s also better to have problems happen on a Friday than on a Saturday or Sunday when there are points up for grabs.

“I really enjoy this circuit with its combination of high and low speed corners. Seb is going to be up there this weekend so it should be an interesting battle between us like we had in our Ginetta Junior days.”

Priaulx looks to have come out the blocks for the second half of the season firing on all cylinders. The Arden driver followed up being second fastest in free practice one by setting the pace in a fiercely contested afternoon session.

“I’m happy to be back where I want to be at the top of the timesheets,” said Priaulx. “We had a really good session in the afternoon. We had a little off at turn one at the end, but overall I’m really happy with how the session went.

“We’ve been working really hard over the winter to make the car better and also myself. We’ve got to keep working to improve every day because it’s incredibly competitive in this championship.

“I’m not going to take anything for granted at this stage of the weekend. Everything could change tomorrow. Things can change so quickly in this sport. It’s all about keeping calm, working hard and continuously improving.

“Due to the hot weather, it’s a really high temperature in the car which is only going to add to how mentally tough this weekend is going to be around the longest circuit on the calendar. It’s all part of the challenge if you want to be on the top step of the podium.”

Priaulx led an Arden one-two-three in the afternoon with Patrik Pasma and Dennis Hauger both within two tenths of their team-mate.

However, Double R Racing’s Paavo Tonteri secured third on the combined classification courtesy of his best lap which came in the morning.

Jack Doohan (Arden) did well to finish just half a second adrift of the fastest time of the day, having been hindered by technical gremlins throughout both free practice sessions. His race pace looking particularly strong.

Manuel Sulaiman (JHR Developments) edged out Hampus Ericsson (Fortec Motorsports) by only 0.040s to take seventh in the combined classification, while Johnathan Hoggard (Fortec Motorsports) and Josh Skelton (JHR Developments) completed the top-10 ahead of JHR Developments runner Ayrton Simmons.

Fans are in for a treat tomorrow with a blockbuster day of action. Official qualifying is scheduled to get underway at 1030. The first race of the weekend follows at 1400, with round 17 of the season taking place at 1625. It’s then lights out at 1430 on Sunday for round 18 which will be screened live on ITV4.

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Free practice times Snetterton, 27 July, 2018 (FP1/FP2)
1 Kiern JEWISS / GBR / Double R 1:51.723 / 1:52.274
2 Sebastian PRIAULX / GBR / Arden 1:52.049 / 1:52.020
3 Paavo TONTERI / FIN / Double R 1:52.104 / 1:52.245
4 Patrik PASMA / FIN / Arden 1:52.129 / 1:52.125
5 Dennis HAUGER / NOR / Arden 1:52.796 / 1:52.213
6 Jack DOOHAN / AUS / Arden 1:53.348 / 1:52.261
7 Manuel SULAIMAN / MEX / JHR 1:52.394 / 1:52.335
8 Hampus ERICSSON / SWE / Fortec 1:52.375 / 1:53.395
9 Johnathan HOGGARD / GBR / Fortec 1:52.425 / 1:52.499
10 Josh SKELTON / GBR / JHR 1:52.651 / 1:53.309 etc.

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Clean sweep for Arden and the Red Bull Junior Team as Doohan and Hauger top Croft free practice

  • Doohan quickest in free practice one and overall, as Hauger tops second session.
  • Jewiss not far behind with the top three covered by just over a tenth of a second and the leading six drivers separated by only three tenths.

22 JUNE, 2018 – Arden and the Red Bull Junior Team made it a clean sweep in free practice at Croft ahead of this weekend’s rounds of the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost, as Jack Doohan and Dennis Hauger topped free practice one and two respectively.

At the end the day it was 15-year-old Doohan fastest overall. The Aussie’s best lap around the 2.125-mile North Yorkshire track came in the morning and was a tenth of a second quicker than Double R Racing’s Kiern Jewiss. The latter splitting the Arden pair courtesy of his best effort in free practice one, with Hauger only 0.044s further back on the combined classification.

Doohan shone in testing at Croft earlier this the month and picked up where he left off, looking comfortable behind the wheel as he pushed the limits out on track.

Hauger appeared equally impressive, bouncing back well from a technical gremlin which hindered him in the morning session to set the pace in the afternoon.

“This morning I was able to go quickest on the new tyre,” said Doohan. “There was still a little bit of work to do on older tyres so we were trying some things to find some race pace in the afternoon, but that meant we didn’t show the same kind of pace on the new tyre.

“All in all, it’s been a good day because when you look at the whole picture we’ve now found good pace on both new and old tyres.

“We know where we can improve ahead of qualifying so we should be on for a good result.

“We’re not as quick as we were in testing at the beginning of June because we were first out this morning and had to clear all the dust off the circuit and then as the day progressed the temperature got much hotter.

“It’s great to have both Arden’s Red Bull Junior Team cars at the top, although obviously I always want to be the quickest out of the two of us! We want to get a fantastic team result this weekend and that all starts with performing well in qualifying.

“The Croft track is one of the most abrasive surfaces on the calendar and that kind of surface suits my driving so it’s definitely a circuit I like. It’s very technical and difficult. There’s little room for error and it’s a track I have clicked with.”

Added Hauger: “In free practice one we lacked a little bit of speed because of a technical problem, but thankfully we had another session to play with and show that we have really good pace which we can hopefully carry into qualifying.

“There are lots of different corner types here which makes the circuit very interesting and it also really punishes you even if you make just a tiny error.

“We were up there in testing when we came here earlier this month so hopefully we can get a strong team result.

“There are small details we can work on tonight so that we can find even more pace.”

Meanwhile, championship leader Jewiss looks set to be a major player once again despite not feeling completely at one with the circuit at this early stage in weekend.

“It was a pretty tough day for us,” explained Jewiss. “We’re just missing a little bit in sector three. We need to work hard on it overnight. I cannot quite get my head around it at the moment, but we’ll analyse all the data we’ve got and see what happens tomorrow.

“We’ve made a step forward with the car and my driving since the test here earlier in the month so that’s all positive. If we can get on top of sector three then we might end up with a tenth on the rest of the field.

“It feels good coming into the weekend leading the championship, but I want to leave here still leading it and finish the season on top too!”

Fortec Motorsports’ Johnathan Hoggard made a strong start to proceedings. Third fastest in free practice one and fourth overall, setting the double race winner up for what should be a fruitful weekend.

Flying Finn’s Patrik Pasma (Arden) and Paavo Tonteri (Double R Racing) continue to be on front-running pace and wound up fifth and sixth on the timesheet, only two tenths adrift of top spot.

Elsewhere, Sebastian Priaulx looks like he’s going to be back in the mix for top honours this weekend after a solid day’s running, just three tenths off of team-mate Doohan’s best.

Manuel Sulaiman (JHR Developments) pipped compatriot Sebastian Alvarez (Double R Racing) to eighth by a mere 0.032s, while Josh Skelton (JHR Developments) completed the top 10 ahead of Hampus Ericsson (Fortec Motorsports) and second-place man in the standings Ayrton Simmons (JHR Developments).

Official qualifying is scheduled for 1050 on Saturday. The first of the Croft weekend’s three races is set to follow at 1445. Rounds 14 and 15 of the season will take place as 1245 and 1600 respectively, with both to be screened live on ITV4.

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Free practice times Croft, 22 June, 2018 (FP1/FP2)
1 Jack DOOHAN / AUS / Arden 1:21.124 / 1:21.652
2 Kiern JEWISS / GBR / Double R 1:21.241 / 1:21.425
3 Dennis HAUGER / NOR / Arden 1:21.484 / 1:21.285
4 Johnathan HOGGARD / GBR / Fortec 1:21.329 / 1:21.744
5 Patrik PASMA / FIN / Arden 1:21.333 / 1:22.090
6 Paavo TONTERI / FIN / Double R 1:21.337 / 1:21.839
7 Sebastian PRIAULX / GBR / Arden 1:21.426 / 1:21.469
8 Manuel SULAIMAN / MEX / JHR 1:21.719 / 1:22.759
9 Sebastian ALVAREZ / MEX / Double R 1:21.893 / 1:22.287
10 Josh SKELTON / GBR / JHR 1:22.217 / 1:21.881 etc.

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Double top for Kiern Jewiss and Double R Racing at Oulton Park

  • Double R Racing record one-two in both free practice sessions, with Jewiss fastest from Tonteri.

8 JUNE, 2018 – Double R Racing got off to a perfect start at Oulton Park in the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost, by recording a one-two in both free practice sessions led by Kiern Jewiss from Paavo Tonteri.

Free practice two saw faster times throughout the field, but it was free practice one pacesetter Jewiss who remained on top with team-mate Tonteri close behind.

Tonteri was the first driver to break the 1m 23s barrier, stealing an early march in the session. Jewiss responded however with less than 10 minutes on the clock to post a lap time of 1m 22.537s.

“It’s been a really good day for us,” said Jewiss. “The car has been excellent and Double R are looking really strong. Hopefully we can carry this into qualifying.

“I looked through a lot of video and data from previous seasons before arriving here as part of my preparation and that’s put me on a really good footing for this weekend.

“You have to be inch perfect around here because there is so little run off and overtaking will be hard so qualifying is going to probably be the most important session of the weekend.

“I’m really keen to get my first pole position in British F4, so to do it here where qualifying matters even more would be extra special.”

Added Tonteri: “It will be great if we can carry this pace into the rest of the weekend to get a really strong result for the team.

“The car feels amazing. Double R have done a fantastic job. The car is great on longer runs too. I did my best time on old tyres so that bodes well.

“Hopefully I can turn around the positions and be faster than Kiern. He’s doing a really good job so far this weekend so it won’t be easy.

“Kiern found some time on the new tyres and I made a mistake on my fastest lap. That was the difference between us today.

“It’s been close between us all season and in testing so I cannot see that changing this weekend or during the rest of the year.”

Arden were hot on the heels of the Double R duo with Dennis Hauger and Patrik Pasma. The latter proved quickest of the pair in free practice one, but in the second session Hauger turned the tables to record the third fastest time of the day. Both Pasma and Hauger joined Jewiss and Tonteri as the only drivers able to lap in the 1m 22s bracket.

Championship leader Ayrton Simmons (JHR Developments) had a solid day behind the wheel. Fifth fastest in both sessions and setting himself up for another weekend where he’s sure to be in the mix for top honours.

Arden’s Sebastian Priaulx wound up sandwiched on the timesheet in seventh by Fortec Motorsports’ Johnathan Hoggard and Hampus Ericsson.

Elsewhere, Sebastian Alvarez ensured all Double R Racing-prepared cars ended the day inside the top 10 ahead of Josh Skelton (JHR Developments), while technical gremlins restricted running for Jamie Sharp (Sharp Motorsport) and Manuel Sulaiman (JHR Developments).

Saturday’s schedule kicks off with official qualifying in the morning at 1030 followed by the first race of the weekend at 1445. Rounds 11 and 12 of the F4 British Championship will take place on Sunday at 1300 and 1745 respectively, with round 11 broadcast live on ITV4.

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Free practice times Oulton Park, 8 June, 2018 (FP1/FP2)
1 Kiern JEWISS / GBR / Double R 1:23.259 / 1:22.537
2 Paavo TONTERI / FIN / Double R 1:23.554 / 1:22.784
3 Dennis HAUGER / NOR / Arden 1:23.907 / 1:22.858
4 Patrik PASMA / FIN / Arden 1:23.785 / 1:22.953
5 Ayrton SIMMONS / GBR / JHR 1:23.916 / 1:23.037
6 Johnathan HOGGARD / GBR / Fortec 1:24.468 / 1:23.240
7 Sebastian PRIAULX / GBR / Arden 1:23.953 / 1:23.280
8 Hampus ERICSSON / SWE / Fortec 1:25.072 / 1:23.389
9 Sebastian ALVAREZ / MEX / Double R 1:24.822 / 1:23.494
10 Josh SKELTON / GBR / JHR 1:24.729 / 1:23.544 etc.

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Doohan and Arden top the times at Thruxton in British F4 free practice

  • Doohan and Arden quickest at Thruxton by almost half a second.
  • All three Double R drivers finish the session in the top five, with Jewiss quickest and proving Doohan’s closest challenger.

18 MAY, 2018 – Jack Doohan and Arden were quickest in free practice at Thruxton for the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost. Doohan rose to the top of the times with two thirds of the session left on the clock, and would stay there until the chequer.

The Aussie remained one step ahead of the field. Although the times set by his rivals tumbled, so did his. The Red Bull Junior driver consistently improved and wrapped up the session in style with a final flourish. A lap of 1m 13.175s with five minutes remaining saw him go 0.420s faster than his closest challenger Kiern Jewiss, as well as 0.089s quicker than the qualifying lap record set by Sandy Mitchell and Arden in 2015.

“This has been a really good start to the weekend for us,” said Doohan. “It’s only practice of course, but I feel like I’m driving well.

“I didn’t really know where I was on the timesheet. I was just focusing on getting the best out of myself and going as fast as possible.

“There’s definitely more in the tank, because my quickest lap wasn’t perfect. I got a tow behind Priaulx after recording a really strong time in the first sector and just pieced the lap together, using the tyre in the right way.

“We kept on getting better and better out on track. We set our best time on older tyres so there should be more to come on new tyres if we can hook the lap up.

“I know there’s more to come from me too. This is only my third race weekend in British F4 and it’s my first season racing cars. I’m confident I will only get stronger as the year goes on.”

It was another strong start to the weekend for Double R Racing’s Jewiss, who looks increasingly accustomed to occupying the top spots on the timesheets and showcasing front-running pace.

“It was a good session for us,” commented Jewiss. “That was a really quick lap from Doohan. It’s been a while since we’ve seen a time similar to that here. I feel that if they’ve gone for a very stiff setup to get that time, it’s going not going to work around here in the races because it’s going to work the tyres too hard.

“We’ll see what we can do tonight. The car felt pretty good on track so let’s see what happens. I think the pace is there and the team is working really well.

“At Donington Park we were able to attack really well and I think we are definitely capable of doing the same here.

“At Thruxton it’s possible to get a really good tow which means that you can come up through the order and perhaps being on pole isn’t the biggest advantage because you risk being under more pressure from drivers behind in the slipstream.

“Nevertheless, the goal is always to be quickest and to secure pole in qualifying. We’ll certainly give our all tomorrow to achieve that.”

Jewiss’ team-mate Sebastian Alvarez and Arden driver Dennis Hauger recorded identical times in third and fourth, while Paavo Tonteri ensured all three Double R-prepared cars finished the session in the top five.

Next on the timesheet could be found the JHR Developments pair of Ayrton Simmons and Manuel Sulaiman. The duo left it until later in the session to show more of their hand and look very likely to be in the fight for honours this weekend. Meanwhile, team-mate Josh Skelton wound up eighth, sandwiched between Arden’s Patrik Pasma and Sebastian Priaulx.

Hampus Ericsson was best of the Fortec Motorsports trio in 11th, ahead of Donington Park race winner Johnathan Hoggard and Lucca Allen, with Jamie Sharp (Sharp Motorsport) in 14th.

Qualifying gets underway at 1125 tomorrow with the first race of the weekend taking place at 1610. Two more races follow on Sunday at 1250 and 1625, with both being broadcast live on ITV4.

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Free practice times Thruxton, 18 May, 2018
1 Jack DOOHAN / AUS / Arden 1:13.175
2 Kiern JEWISS / GBR / Double R 1:13.595
3 Sebastian ALVAREZ / MEX / Double R 1:13.674
4 Dennis HAUGER / NOR / Arden 1:13.674
5 Paavo TONTERI / FIN / Double R 1:13.721
6 Ayrton SIMMONS / GBR / JHR 1:13.762
7 Manuel SULAIMAN / MEX / JHR 1:13.848
8 Patrik PASMA / FIN / Arden 1:14.033
9 Josh SKELTON / GBR / JHR 1:14.043
10 Sebastian PRIAULX / GBR / Arden 1:14.219 etc.

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Clean sweep for Jewiss in British F4 free practice at Donington Park

  • Jewiss and Double R Racing fastest in both free practice sessions.
  • Patrik Pasma and Paavo Tonteri join Jewiss in 1m 7s bracket.

26 APRIL, 2018 – Kiern Jewiss and Double R Racing set a scintillating pace to top both free practice sessions at Donington Park in the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost.

The MB Partners backed driver followed up his pacesetting exploits in free practice one by smashing through the 1m 8s barrier in free practice two to record a lap of 1m 07.546s. A time that was 0.122s quicker than the British F4 qualifying record at the circuit, held by McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner Dan Ticktum. The question now is whether Jewiss can go on to break the record in qualifying on Saturday?

Anthony Hieatt’s Double R squad looks to have picked up from where it left off, having topped the times on Monday in official testing. Its strong pace was underlined today by Paavo Tonteri who wound up third fastest overall and the quickest rookie.

Splitting the Double R pair on timesheet was Arden’s Patrik Pasma. The Finn had a storming end to free practice two, rattling off a succession of rapid laps to take second and become the only driver other than Jewiss and Tonteri to break the 1m 8s barrier.

Johnathan Hoggard was one of the standout performers in Monday’s official test, and that was no different in free practice. Third in the morning and fourth in the afternoon highlighting the Fortec Motorsports driver as one to watch this weekend.

Behind Hoggard on the timesheet it was incredibly evenly matched, with fifth to ninth covered by just 0.054s and suggesting that the qualifying order will be decided by the smallest of margins.

Arden’s Sebastian Priaulx proved quickest of the quintet with a lap of 1m 08.180s ahead of Manuel Sulaiman (JHR Developments), Jack Doohan (Arden), Sebastian Alvarez (Double R) and championship leader Ayrton Simmons (JHR Developments).

Meanwhile, Simmons’ team-mate Josh Skelton just squeezed into the top 10, edging out Dennis Hauger (Arden) by 0.012s. The latter having recorded the second fastest time in free practice one.

Friday is a rest day at the Leicestershire circuit, ahead of Saturday morning’s official qualifying session at 1055 and the first of the weekend’s three races in the afternoon at 1600.

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Free practice times Donington Park, 26 April, 2018 (FP1/FP2)
1 Kiern JEWISS / GBR / Double R 1:08.074 / 1:07.546
2 Patrik PASMA / FIN / Arden 1:08.565 / 1:07.842
3 Paavo TONTERI / FIN / Double R 1:08.408 / 1:07.983
4 Johnathan HOGGARD / GBR / Fortec 1:08.327 / 1:08.113
5 Sebastian PRIAULX / GBR / Arden 1:08.771 / 1:08.180
6 Manuel SULAIMAN / MEX / JHR 1:08.880 / 1:08.198
7 Jack DOOHAN / AUS / Arden 1:08.969 / 1:08.201
8 Sebastian ALVAREZ / MEX / Double R 1:08.906 / 1:08.223
9 Ayrton SIMMONS / GBR / JHR 1:08.951 / 1:08.234
10 Josh SKELTON / GBR / JHR 1:08.738 / 1:08.313 etc.

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