The second round of the Schumacher BTCC, incorporating the KO GP took place at the fast Cotswolds circuit last weekend. The series running on Rush control tyres has been greeted with great enthusiasm buy the drivers who have attended, and this round was no different. In the Modified class Schumacher’s Olly Jefferies dominated the day running some very fast times. O.Jefferies took the overall win from Glen Westwood and Schumacher’s Chris Ashton.
In the 13.5 ‘Blinky’ class the battle was between Schumacher’s James Hart and local driver Chris Gunter. James lined up on pole and converted it into the overall win from C.Gunter and Tony Broad.
In the Hobbywing 17.5t handout class Craig Daffron was the class of the field, comfortably taking the TQ and win. Schumacher driver Adrian Sully was second and Alan Harrington third.
Some great prizes were given out at the end courtesy of KO ProPo and Schumacher, including the legendary KO clock which was won by long time racer Andy Robson!
See: Schumacher Racing