Tom Ingram and Senna Proctor disqualified from qualifying results due to ride height infringements

Both Tom Ingram’s Toyota and Senna Proctor’s Hyundai have been excluded from the results of qualifying for the opening British Touring Car Championship race at Croft after failing the post-session ride height checks.

It was suspected after the half-hour session that Ingram’s Toyota Corolla would lose pole position after failing the ride height checks at the scrutineering bay on the live feed.

It has now been confirmed that both he and Senna Proctor – who had also been on provisional pole earlier in the session before two red flag stoppages – have both been disqualified from the results due to ride height infringements.

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As a result, race one will see an all-Honda front row with BTC Racing’s Josh Cook on pole with MB Motorsport’s Jake Hill for company.

The opening British Touring Car Championship race at Croft is scheduled to get underway tomorrow [11 October] at 12:02 BST.

Revised qualifying results

POS NO CL DRIVER NAT ENTRANT CAR LAPS TIME GAP
1 66 I Josh COOK BTC Racing Honda Civic Type-R 18 1:27.350 0.000
2 24 I Jake HILL MB Motorsport accelerated by Blue Square Honda Civic Type-R 19 1:27.500 0.150
3 1 M Colin TURKINGTON Team BMW BMW 330i M Sport 13 1:27.510 0.160
4 15 M Tom OLIPHANT Team BMW BMW 330i M Sport 18 1:27.574 0.224
5 19 I Bobby THOMPSON GKR TradePriceCars.com Audi S3 15 1:27.593 0.243
6 116 I Ashley SUTTON Laser Tools Racing Infiniti Q50 16 1:27.635 0.285
7 3 I Tom CHILTON BTC Racing Honda Civic Type-R 11 1:27.681 0.331
8 25 M Matt NEAL Halfords Yuasa Racing Honda Civic Type-R 15 1:27.695 0.345
9 777 I Michael CREES The Clever Baggers with BTC Racing Honda Civic Type-R 18 1:27.729 0.379
10 6 I Rory BUTCHER Motorbase Performance Ford Focus ST 18 1:27.760 0.410
11 48 I Ollie JACKSON Motorbase Performance Ford Focus ST 13 1:28.197 0.847
12 32 I Adam MORGAN Carlube Triple R Racing with Mac Tools Mercedes-Benz A-Class 14 1:28.308 0.958
13 22 I Chris SMILEY Excelr8 Motorsport Hyundai i30 Fastback N 17 1:28.401 1.051
14 27 M Dan CAMMISH Halfords Yuasa Racing Honda Civic Type-R 18 1:28.494 1.144
15 16 I Aiden MOFFAT Laser Tools Racing Infiniti Q50 16 1:28.503 1.153
16 12 I Stephen JELLEY Team Parker Racing BMW 125i M Sport 11 1:28.771 1.421
17 4 I Sam OSBORNE MB Motorsport accelerated by Blue Square Honda Civic Type-R 15 1:29.153 1.803
18 31 I Jack GOFF RCIB Insurance Racing with Fox Transport Volkswagen CC 18 1:29.217 1.867
19 41 I Carl BOARDLEY Team HARD. BMW 125i M Sport 15 1:29.377 2.027
20 21 I Mike BUSHELL RCIB Insurance Racing with Fox Transport Volkswagen CC 19 1:29.736 2.386
21 29 I Jac CONSTABLE Power Maxed Car Care Racing Vauxhall Astra 6 1:30.037 2.687
22 44 I Andy NEATE Motorbase Performance Ford Focus ST 18 1:30.321 2.971
23 32 I Jack BUTEL Carlube Triple R Racing with Mac Tools Mercedes-Benz A-Class 16 1:30.329 2.979
24 28 I Nicolas HAMILTON ROKiT Racing with Team HARD. Volkswagen CC 17 1:32.933 5.583
25* 80 M Tom INGRAM Toyota Gazoo Racing UK with Ginsters Toyota Corolla 5 1:27.075* N/A
26* 18 I Senna PROCTOR Excelr8 Motorsport Hyundai i30 Fastback N 19 1:27.450* N/A

* Times disallowed due to ride height infringements.

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