British GT’s first two-hour endurance of the season saw 2 Seas Motorsport rise to the top of the standings, but it’s the less-fancied car of Round 1 winners James Cottingham & Jonny Adam that now holds court over its contemporaries. Howard Fielding was our man trackside to capture the best moments from the weekend:

Cottingham & Adam found themselves in an unlikely battle for the lead with the McLaren of Lucky Khera & Euan Hankey
Jack Brown & Charles Clark raced their Artura to its third Silver GT4 win out of four
John Ferguson & Raffaele Marciello's charge only lasted a handful of laps until it fell victim to the kerbs
#13 proved to be the perfect choice of number for Lucky Khera & Euan Hankey
Ian Loggie & Jules Gounon kept their title hopes on track with a determined drive to P3
The Century BMW M4 GT3 stands loud and proud
It was an underperforming weekend for the stunning McLaren 720S of Alex West & Marvin Kirchhoefer
Whereas Kevin Tse & Chris Froggatt were the pick of the GT3 Silver/Ams
Matt Cowley has every reason to smile, adding yet another podium to his growing list of achievements
Matt Cowley & Erik Evans showing their pace in the Mustang
Shaun Balfe & Sandy Mitchell were unable to unleash the promise shown in qualifying
Mark Sansom & Will Tregurtha saved Barwell's blushes with a hard-earned P2 in GT3 Silver/Am
GT4s battling for the lead
Mustang vs BMW
But there was no joy for the R Racing Aston Martin
The Ginetta of Ian Duggan & James Townsend arrives on the grid
This wasn't how Chris Hart saw his race ending
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Despite its dated aero package, the #12 Routemaster put in a spirited performance against the McLarens

All images by Howard Fielding.