Arden Motorsport returned to winning ways in the F4 British Championship at Snetterton, with Tommy Foster securing his maiden victory in the second contest.
Foster had finished second on the road but then inherited his first win after provisional winner Luke Browning was penalised post-race for a false start.
Subsequently, the Cornish racer’s successful defence from Josh Skelton in a photo finish paid even greater dividends, with the winning margin an unbelievable 0.099 seconds.
The F4 British Championship resumes at Thruxton, Hampshire, over the weekend of 17th-18th August.
Arden British F4 Team Manager Gary Ward:
“I’m really pleased for everybody and all three drivers. As a team we’ve worked really hard to get them up there.
“Tommy has broken his duck, he’s got his win now which is great and I’m really pleased for him. Alex is really growing as well, some absolutely fantastic racing from him, proper driving!
Tommy Foster (#53):
“Obviously we finished second on track so I was quite happy with that, and then I had no expectation for Luke [Browning] to get a penalty but he got a false start.
“It’s unfortunate for him but I’m not complaining! I feel like it’s been a long time coming, it’s just finally nice to have it accomplished. I’ve just got to go out there and get another win now!
“I’m really looking forward to Thruxton, I think now with everything going well we can get right up at the sharp end and challenge for the wins.”