16 / 18 April
The second GB3 Championship in association with the BRDC race at Donington Park is due to start at 10.10, with Hitech GP’s Reece Ushijima set to start on pole.
The grid for race two is decided by each driver’s second fastest time in qualifying, and the Japanese-American’s second best time of 1m24.239s gave him his third pole of the season.
He will start ahead of teammate Bart Horste, who will look to avenge his race one troubles from the front row again, while newly crowned champion Zak O’Sullivan goes from third this time around.
Sebastian Alvarez will also look for a positive result after retiring from race one, and completes row two for Hitech.
Roman Bilinski (Arden) and Christian Mansell (Carlin) start fifth and sixth, with Ayrton Simmons (CDR) and Roberto Faria (Fortec) on row four.
Elite’s Tom Lebbon and CDR’s Branden Oxley complete the top-10, which was covered by less than six tenths of a second.
Both of today’s races will be streamed live on the GB3 Championship website, while this afternoon’s final contest of the season will commence at 4pm and will be shown live on the Sky Sports F1 Channel.
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GB3 Championship in association with the BRDC, race two grid:
1. Reece Ushijima, Hitech GP, 1m24.239s
2. Bart Horsten, Hitech GP, +0.075s
3. Zak O’Sullivan, Carlin, +0.088s
4. Sebastian Alvarez, Hitech GP, +0.173s
5. Roman Bilinski, Arden Motorsport, +0.181s
6. Christian Mansell, Carlin, +0.260s
7. Ayrton Simmons, Chris Dittmann Racing, +0.284s
8. Roberto Faria, Fortec Motorsports, +0.381s
9. Tom Lebbon, Elite Motorsport, +0.389s
10. Branden Oxley, Chris Dittmann Racing, +0.570s
11. James Hedley, Elite Motorsport, +0.645s
12. Javier Sagrera, Elite Motorsport, +0.681s
13. Bryce Aron, Carlin, +0.734s
14. Jonathan Browne, Hillspeed, +0.849s
15. Frederick Lubin, Arden Motorsport, +0.855s
16. Alex Fores, Chris Dittmann Racing, +1.067s
17. Tommy Smith, Douglas Motorsport, +1.153s
18. Flynn Jackes, Hillspeed, +1.170s
19. Eduardo Coseteng, Fortec Motorsports, +1.180s
20. Reema Juffali, Douglas Motorsport, +1.335s
21. Mikkel Grundtvig, Fortec Motorsports, +1.897s
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