Abbott, Kodric take the pole
2 Seas Motorsport have marked their Intelligent Money British GT Championship return with the pole position ahead of Silverstone 500 after Hunter Abbott and Martin Kodrić both paced their individual qualifying sessions.
Reigning champion Sandy Mitchell and Barwell Motorsport co-driver Adam Balon (Lamborghini) join the Mercedes-AMG on the front row after TF Sport’s Giacomo Petrobelli and Charlie Eastwood were docked two places for an on-track infringement. Just 0.010s had separated the crews in qualifying. RAM Racing’s Ian Loggie and Yelmer Buurman complete GT3’s revised top-three.
Further back, Richard Williams and Sennan Fielding both finished second in their sessions to claim a combined GT4 pole position aboard Steller Motorsport’s Audi. They ultimately prevailed by 0.760s over Toyota Gazoo Racing UK’s John Ferguson and Scott McKenna who vaulted from fourth to second thanks to the latter’s fastest time of all.
Century’s championship leaders, Will Burns and Gus Burton, had to settle for third after topping Q1.