Dan Cammish had set the fastest time in FP1 but after a brake failure on the approach to McLeans the car cannot continue.
The season has been spent talking about teammate Ash Sutton whereas Cammish had set the pace by a mile in FP1. Finishing the session over 0.400 seconds in front the #27 was right at the sharp end.
That feeling would have only lasted half a lap. The very next time the the NAPA Racing UK Ford approached McLeans the brakes failed and the car pivoted entering the barriers rear-first.
The extent of the damage means the chassis cannot continue for the weekend. Cammish currently sits fifth in the standings 90 points behind teammate Sutton. A blow that will have gotten rid of any hope of a title resurgence.
The car has already been removed from the garage and will not see a race track until Silverstone National in a months time. This is after a stunning lap time in FP1.