Camp secures pole number three of 2022 as Jeakins goes quickest in Production

Alistair Camp took his third pole position of the 2022 Milltek Sport Civic Cup season at Castle Combe as Alfie Jeakins reasserted his dominance at the top of the Production class.

Camp secured pole position in the Area Motorsport run EP3 however it was Ryan Bensley who was quickest for most of the session in his Zest Racecar Engineering EP3 until Camp set his time in the dying minutes, demoting Bensley to second on the grid.

Cadwell Park winner Dan Thackeray lined up in third place after qualifying as championship challenger Matt Luff was only able to set the fifth fastest time.

Max Edmundson qualified in sixth place, however, the Kinetic Motorsport driver was not able to continue in the rest of the event after blowing his engine, as Morgan Bailey, Will Redford, George Alp-Williams and championship returnee Travis Coyne completed the top ten.

Daniel Macdonald took eleventh spot on the grid ahead of JWB Motorsports Harvey Caton with last year’s Production Class champion Mervyn Beckett securing thirteenth place on his one-off return.

Pro Alloys Racing’s guest driver Simon Norris took 14th place on the gird for his debut ahead of Matthew Cripps, and Owen Hillman in the second Pro Alloys Racing entry.

In the Production class, Alfie Jeakins stormed to his first pole position of the season ahead of class rival Dave Marshall in his Kinetic Motorsport prepared FN2, with Loui Hounsell, Mark Hughes and Simon Welch completing the grid.