Porsche Carrera Cup: Silverstone race gallery

The Porsche Carrera Cup GB runners put on another great display of racing at Silverstone, supporting the British Touring Car Championship

It might not have the panel-punishing excitement of the British Touring Car Championship that it supports, but the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain offers equally skillful racing.

Most skillful of all for rounds 16 and 17 was Michael Meadows, taking victories in both races. The results move Meadows to within four points of series leader Josh Webster, with just two rounds left to run.

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Meadows dominated proceedings, starting from pole position in each race and leading lights-to-flag - even taking the fastest lap in both rounds for maximum points.

Webster kept his series lead by a hair after the weekend, taking a second place in the first race and snatching third in the second. Webster's Redline Racing team-mate Victor Jimenez filled the final podium slot in round 16, while In2 Racing's Paul Rees took second place in the second race.

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Rees currently lies third in the standings, too far behind to catch Webster and Meadows as the series heads to Brands Hatch for the final rounds.



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