Mosler and Radical wins at Snetterton on Pirelli tyres

The Dutch-based Supercar Challenge powered by Pirelli raced at Snetterton for the first time last weekend, with a Mosler and a Radical driven to outright victories at the Norfolk circuit.

The first race took place entirely in very wet conditions. The Radical RXC led early on in the hands of Tom Ashton, but he was soon passed by the Mosler MT900 of Daniel Campos Hull, who handed over to Kosta Kanaroglou on the car’s route to a dominant victory. With the Radical forced to retire, Tim Grey and Oliver Hewitt finished second in their Praga R1T while the Supersport class-winning SEAT of Dennis Houweling and Aart Jan Ringelberg was third. Jos Jansen (Porsche 997 Cup) and Niels Kool (BMW 135i) won the GTB and Sport divisions respectively.

Race two was held in dry conditions, with the Radical leading from the start in the hands of Ashton and Rob Wheldon. Gray and Hewitt take second again, with Campos Hull and Kanaroglou forced to settle for third on this occasion. Ward Sluys and Michael Verhagen won GTB in their BMW M4, Dennis de Borst and Martin de Kleijn took their SEAT to Supersport victory while Carlijn Bergsma and Pieter de Jong won Sport in a Lotus Exige.

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