Heading into the lunch break Ian Schofield maintained his leading position during the second qualifying session, crossing the timing beam six-hundredths of a second slower than Q1 (42.963 sec). Rui Campos also went marginally slower in Q2 (47.728 sec) in his Porsche 911 RSR – an impressive performance from a saloon car, but he has Robert Wolk breathing down his neck in the ex-Scheckter Lola Formula Ford single-seater with his fastest run so far (47.808 sec).
The Class H1 handicap targets have been revised after the two qualifying sessions, with one more to go to decide the Class Finals. Patrick Gearing currently leads Class H1 in his 1935 Riley TT Sprite.
Peter McPherson tops Class H2 (1965 Ford GT40), with Clayton Kimber heading H3 (1965 Shelby Daytona Coupe), Ron Hollis in H4 (1964 MG Midget), Johan de Bruyn in H5 (1968 Porsche 911R), Trevor Tuck in H6 (1974 Alfa Romeo Giulia 2000 Rally), Rui Campos in H7 and Ian Schofield in H8.
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