Goff does the double, Smith takes the points lead into final round of the season

Pyro Racing’s Jack Goff kept everyone assured that he is not out of the championship fight yet, by cruising to two comfortable wins at Rockingham last weekend as the title battle closes right up heading into the Brands Hatch finale.

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Battling Morris puts one hand on the title, sharing Rockingham spoils with Robertson

Seb Morris and Charlie Robertson both took wins in rounds 15 and 16 of the 2011 Ginetta Junior championship last weekend at Rockingham, Morris edging closer to the championship title.

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First win for Murrells in inaugural pitstop race as championship tightens up

Mandatory pit stops were introduced for the first time in the latest round of the Ginetta GT Supercup, and it was George Murrells who judged it perfectly to win his first race, while the championship challengers had varying weekends.

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Faultless Hankey sweeps at Rockingham

Following his win at Knockhill last time out, Euan Hankey had a perfect weekend in last weekend’s Porsche Carrera Cup GB rounds at Rockingham taking two poles and two wins.

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Rowland takes first Formula Renault win as Lynn equals record

Fortec Motorsport took a double last weekend at Rockingham as Oliver Rowland took his maiden victory in the Formula Renault 2.0 UK series, while Alex Lynn matched the all-time wins record for a season with his 11th in race two.

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In case you missed it: THAT near fight between Neal and Plato in qualifying…

We know these two are bitter enemies on the track, and yesterday at Rockingham they again managed to find a way to have an argument on track…but this one took itself to the pit lane straight afterwards.

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….Cue the pair nearly come to blows in possibly the closest to a full-on bust up between the pair.

Enjoy!

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Nash fends off Austin for breakthrough win in final race at Rockingham

Triple Eight Racing’s James Nash finally took his first victory in the British Touring Car Championship by holding off Rob Austin in the reverse grid race at Rockingham, taking the Inependents points lead in the process.

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