DOUBLE TOP TEN DURING TOUGH WEEKEND FOR CAR GODS WITH CICELEY MOTORSPORT

It was a frustrating weekend for Car Gods with Ciceley Motorsport during the latest outing on the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship calendar at Croft little under two weeks ago (25/26 June) with drivers Adam Morgan and George Gamble left feeling prevented from showing their true pace. However, there was instant drama when Morgan’s BMW 330e M Sport slid off the track and stopped the session, his car beached in the turn one gravel.That condemned the 33-year-old to 17th on the grid, while teammate Gamble impressed on his first race at Croft for three years by qualifying ninth. In blustery conditions on race day, the Car Gods-backed machines charged into battle with Gamble running comfortably in the top ten. There was strife early on for Morgan, however, when a move from a rival at the Esses resulted in the #33 car dropping down the order. “Race one was gutting, that’s the second weekend in a row where the day has been ruined by contact in the first race. “Everyone worked so hard on George’s car, but it just wasn’t his day and Adam has been beating himself up since qualifying.

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