Jake Hughes took his first win in BRDC Formula 4 in race three at Snetterton after HHC Motorsport duo Charlie Robertson and Raoul Hyman were excluded from a one-two finish.
After starting from pole position, Robertson had recorded his second win of the season but he and team-mate Hyman were excluded from the results ‘for a technical infrigement concerning the attachment method of the rear gurney (part of the rear wing assembly).’
Race one winner James Fletcher inherited second place ahead of Jake Dalton. Seb Morris took fourth with Gustavo Lima fifth and Falco Wauer sixth.
Jack Barlow and Pietro Fittipaldi started from the seventh row of the grid but were classified seventh and ninth in the results, with race two winner Struan Moore taking eighth. Diego Menchaca ended up with the final point in tenth.
|1||Jake Hughes||Lanan Racing||10 laps in 18:52.373|
|2||James Fletcher||Team KBS||+2.704|
|3||Jake Dalton||MGR Motorsport||+3.353|
|5||Gustavo Lima||HHC Motorsport||+4.585|
|6||Falco Wauer||Team KBSports||+10.251|
|7||Jack Barlow||Sean Walkinshaw Racing||+13.344|
|9||Pietro Fittipaldi||MGR Motorsport||+14.328|
|10||Diego Menchaca||MGR Motorsport||+16.566|
|11||Matthew Graham||Sean Walkinshaw Racing||+16.695|
|12||James Greenway||Frank T Greenway Racing||+17.039|
|14||Rahul Raj Mayer||Hillspeed||+28.036|
|15||Malgosia Rdest||Douglas Motorsport||+52.554|
|17||Daniel Headlam||Lanan Racing||+1:08.246|
|Charlie Robertson||HHC Motorsport||Disqualified|
|Raoul Hyman||HHC Motorsport||Disqualified|
|Matt Bell||MattRBell Racing Team E-Lites||5 laps|
|Zou Si Rui||Sean Walkinshaw Racing||0 laps|