Benn Tilley leads the way after opening round of the Superprix 2020 at Brands Hatch
Bourne’s Benn Tilley rose to the challenge of a new test to leave with the championship lead after the opening round of the Superprix 2020 at Brands Hatch.
Tilley was racing for the first time in the ex-Rupert Keegan British Air Ferries (FLY BAF) March 743 Classic Formula 3 car from 1974 which is owned by historic driver and top engineer Simon Hadfield.
It was Tilley’s maiden outing in a car with slick tyres and slight aerodynamics but, despite the steep learning curve, he flourished with a first and second place in his class.
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