The British GT Championship was the Silverstone for the longest event of the season this weekend. Team Parker Racing was their with their #31 Bentley Continental GT3 driven by Seb Morris and Rick Parfitt Jr and the #7 Continental driven by Callum Macloed and Ian Loggie.
Morris and Parfitt Jr. qualified on the front row for the three-hour event. The duo maintained that position for the entire event, finishing with a one minute gap over the second place finisher.
Macloed and Loggie were also competitive, running in third place before an incident removed them from the race. The #7 Bentley also claimed the fastest lap of the vent.
“Seb, Rick and everyone at Team Parker Racing put on an impressive display this weekend,” said Brian Gush, Bentley’s Director of Motorsport. “The Continental GT3 is well suited to Silverstone but it takes more than a fast car to win endurance races. They were clean, consistent and clever with strategy, and they dominated the race as a result.”
Morris and Parfitt Jr. are in second place in championship points for the season with three rounds to go. The British GT Championship returns to action at Spa Francorchamps on July 7th and 8th.