Burns (Rob Boston Racing) headed into the final weekend on the cusp of overall glory, after a great run of three wins in the previous six races built him a crucial advantage over his rivals. The two-time runner-up in the series knew he had to finish just one race to secure the coveted title.
An emotional second win in as many races was a blessing for Jack Depper, who has stamped his authority upon his return to the Volkswagen Racing Cup. Starting sixth in the reverse grid proceedings, the Birmingham-based driver continued his perfect run of races at Donington Park.
A golden weekend at Donington Park concluded with Henry Neal sealing the overall Dunlop Touring Car Trophy. The Team Dynamics racer kept his head to keep key rival Lewis Kent at bay in the final race of the year. His efforts were enough to see him also take home the Sunoco Award for fastest lap over the weekend, with...
It would be a maiden Volkswagen Racing Cup win for Jack Depper. His battle through the order was made sweeter as his father and ex-BTCC racer, Martin Depper, joined him on the rostrum, concluding a spectacular return to the championship for the 2019 front-runners.
With the race season now up and running and the British Touring Car Championship returning in August, Maximum Motorsport have a change to the driver line up in their Ginetta SuperCup squad which supports the BTCC. Former British GT racer, Luke Williams replaces Lee Deegan in the second Ginetta alongside Stewart Lines.