Aiden Moffat will start race three from reverse grid pole at Brands Hatch GP

Laser Tools Racing’s Aiden Moffat will start the final British Touring Car Championship race at the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit from pole position.

Race two winner Colin Turkington completed the reverse grid draw, and as with last week at Donington Park, the Northern Irishman would pick number 12 to flip the top 12 positions for race three.

That means Moffat will start on pole with Jack Goff’s Team HARD-run Volkswagen CC for company on the first row.

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Behind, BTCC rookie James Gornall has an opportunity to complete an encouraging day in Kent as he will start third alongside Stephen Jelley in fourth.

The final encounter at Brands Hatch is scheduled to get underway at 17:30 BST.

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