Off the line at Snetterton
Reformation of the team yields full turnup

Race results

For the first time in a long time the ITR transporters sprouted all four cars in the paddock. Søren Bærholm is back in the seat, and his appearence was followed closely by everybody.

The four entries were however divided unevenly as top dog Steffen Madsen was the only driver to pre-qualify to server 1.

Peter Christiansen burns rubber alongside polesitter Lars Gaarde and manages to slip past the Eagle-Weslake to take the lead before turn 1.
On Server 2 it was - no surprise - Peter Christiansen who topped the ITR qualification. He earned a front row slot but ran into trouble during the race and ended up third after running the last mile on empty tanks and a sputtering engine.

Søren Bærholm suffered from a bad connection and fell back a full five laps, but kept a heroic attitude and battled on until the end. He finished last but is still confident before the last two long-circuit races at Spa Francorchamps and the Nürburgring.

Team manager Per Einarsson had a terrible day at Snetterton, and neither qualification nor race effort quite lived up to the expectation of the sponsors. But still - in the team championship ITR might take second place ...