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Marshall keeps Cammish car on top in Silverstone qualifying

by Peter Allen
Max Marshall

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The first Formula Ford GB qualifying session of the post-Dan Cammish era at Silverstone saw the champion’s replacement Max Marshall claim pole position.

19-year-old Marshall took three Scholarship class wins from six races with JTR at the end of 2011 but has been out of action since. He edged out team-mate Sam Brabham by 0.085 seconds to take pole for race one, and will start from first for all three races having also topped the times for second and third fastest. Brabham will start from P2 for all three races.

Juan Rosso will start race one from third on the grid ahead of Jamun team-mate Jayde Kruger, who will be third for races two and three.

Harrison Scott, who sits second in the championship behind the departed Cammish, was fifth fastest ahead of Friday pacesetter Camren Kaminsky, with the top six split by 0.229 seconds. Andy Chang, James Abbott, Connor Mills and Andy Richardson completed the top ten.

Qualifying results
Pos Driver? Team Time? Gap ?Laps?
1 Max Marshall JTR 55.128 18
2 Sam Brabham JTR 55.213 0.085 19
3 Juan Rosso Jamun Racing 55.306 0.178 20
4 Jayde Kruger Jamun Racing 55.334 0.206 19
5 Harrison Scott Falcon Motorsport 55.354 0.226 13
6 Camren Kaminsky JTR 55.357 0.229 21
7 Andy Chang Falcon Motorsport 55.579 0.451 17
8 James Abbott Radical Motorsport 55.600 0.472 4
9 Connor Mills Meridian Motorsport 55.841 0.713 18
10 Andy Richardson Richardson Racing 56.265 1.137 6
11 Luke Reade Falcon Motorsport 56.335 1.207 19