In Outright and GT2 it appears Close is more and more at home in his new Porsche GT3 RS. Close finished the stage second fastest 5s behind White.
White continues to build his lead in Outright, taking a further 10s from Stokell to lead by 48s. Close has moved from 11th Outright to 8th on that stage.
In GT4, no changes with Quinn still leading by 53s from Anear.
Dutton Garage Early Modern, Howarth set the fastest time through the 7.45km Barwite stage but Nunn still leads Lilleyman by 15s.
Status quo in Classic Handicap with Copeland leading Prieston by 33s after the Fiat driver took 9s off the vintage car.
In Classic GT, Downey has stretched his lead to just under 3mins over Lomman.
GT Sports Trophy saw Grace and Ringuet post the same time.
In Thoroughbred Trophy Waldron’s lead has stretched to 3min03s.
TSD Trophy has moved through TS12 already with the positions seeing Taylor maintaining the lead on 5 points ahead of Bryden now second with 8 and Parkinson third on 11.