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Exciting Weekend at Donington Park as Sports Prototype Cup Delivers Thrilling Races

This weekend, the Sports Prototype Cup brought excitement to the Donington Park GP circuit, joining the Zeo Prototype Series grid for two 30-minute sprint races. The competition featured a diverse line-up of 15 prototypes, including Revolutions, Pragas, Radicals, Normas, and a Spire, all vying for supremacy.

Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy made a triumphant return to the Revolution team for his first race of the year. Race 1 witnessed a riveting battle between Hoy and Nigel Redwood, with the two changing positions three times. Ultimately, Hoy clinched the SPC victory, showcasing his sporting talent.


Race 2 saw James Abbott taking SPC honours after a fierce contest for the overall top spots. The top three competitors were separated by a mere 1.4 seconds after 30 minutes of intense racing. Hoy secured a commendable second place in SPC and fifth overall, marking a highly successful return to the track for the Olympian.


Looking ahead, the Sports Prototype Cup will head to Zandvoort on September 13-15, featuring the popular endurance-race format from the opening rounds. Additionally, European Cup drivers are invited to participate in the joint Sports Prototype Cup/Revolution North America event at Watkins Glen, with attractive race hire packages available.


For those interested in racing at Zandvoort, please email for further information.



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