Josh Fisher took a well-deserved victory in race two of the Castle Combe Racing Club FF1600 Championship sponsored by Melksham Motor Spares at Castle Combe.
Fisher jumped from third to second by the first corner and jumped the polesitter Felix Fisher on lap two with Luke Cooper following closely in third.
The safety car was required at the end of lap two, to recover the stranded car of F1 commentator Ben Edwards
The top three were separated by less than a second for the rest of the race with the gap coming down to as little as 0.378s after the end of lap eight.
Whilst Josh Fisher was able to hold onto first place, Felix Fisher succumbed to the pressure from Cooper, losing second on the final lap, and finishing just 0.120s adrift.
Despite finishing third Felix Fisher was able to take home the 50th anniversary prize , the Guards Trophy, having beaten both Josh Fisher and Cooper on aggregate timings over the two races.
Roger Orgee took a lonely fourth, whilst just behind the battle between Tom Hawkins and Matt Rivett came down to the wire with Hawkins coming home just 0.078s ahead of Rivett, who took home class B honours.
David Cobbold finished seventh and brought home the victory in class C. Chris Acton, Harry Cobbold and Bob Higgins rounded out the top 10.
The battle for 11th could barely have been closer with Lloyd Hopes beating Paul Barnes by just 0.001s and Shaun Macklin and Matthew Hallam all finishing within a second of Hopes.
Steve Bracegirdle and Alex Rivett came home in fifteenth and sixteenth respectively, followed by Mark Harrison who took the honours in class D.
|1||A||Josh Fisher||Van Diemen||10 laps|
|6||B||Matt Rivett||Van Diemen||+12.844|
|7||C||David Cobbold||Van Diemen||+14.240|
|15||C||Steve Bracegirdle||Van Diemen||+36.056|
|19||B||James Rose||Swift||+1 lap|
|20||D||Alan Slater||Nike||+1 lap|
|21||B||Paul Mason||Swift||+1 lap|
|22||C||James Colborn||Van Diemen||+2 laps|
|DNF||B||Ben Edwards||Van Diemen|