We looked inside some of the tweets by @BritishGT and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
📊 Close enough for ya?! Kibble and O’Brien lead their TF Sport team-mates by virtue of more victories (2-0), while yesterday’s win has brought Collard and Matthiesen back into championship contention. https://t.co/jY04MELmTO
📊 RAM Racing's De Haan and Kujala leapfrog Collard and Mitchell but will have the maximum Success Penalty next time out at Snetterton. Behind, Barwell second Lamborghini swaps places with Jenson Team Rocket RJN. https://t.co/eEbde87g2P
A P6 finish at Donington was a great points haul considering our 20 second success penalty. We finished just 23 seconds behind the winner of the race, great team effort, we go to Snetterton 2nd in the @BritishGT points,all to play for 💪🏼. Read full story: https://t.co/ygSxHkFdW3 https://t.co/ert2lSTUh1
LE MANS 2️⃣4️⃣ HOURS WINNERS! High-fives all round to @OfficialTFSport & @JonnyAdam (as well as Salih Yoluc and Charlie Eastwood) who took GTE Am victory yesterday. Elsewhere, Maxime Martin won GTE Pro while Marco Sørensen, Nicki Thiim and Richard Westbrook were third in class. https://t.co/fldLBa0OME
Donington’s 3 hr race delivered a second in class result for Team ABBA Racing’s Richard and Sam Neary in this weekend’s British GT Championship. Race strategy worked well taking second place ahead of Mercedes factory driver Yelmer Buurman and Ian Loggie in the Pro/Am category 👍 https://t.co/Zqi4SXoKBd
🏆 Victory has vaulted RAM’s Kujala and De Haan into the championship lead with three races remaining. They now enjoy a nine-point advantage over Sandy Mitchell and Rob Collard whose race was compromised by a slow puncture and 20s Success Penalty. Balon/Keen move up to third. https://t.co/e2XNZcptZB