Posted by Racing News | Posted on 15-04-2010
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Marcos Mantis 2010
Supporters of the Topcats Racing team and racing enthusiasts and who are at a loose end this weekend should head to Snetterton in Norfolk to enjoy the sights and sounds of the 2 hour Britcar Endurance Race and a warm welcome from the team. Tea, coffee and biscuits are free to our visitors.
The team will be running both of their race winning Marcos Mantis cars, each of which will be battling for GT2 and GT3 honours. Neil Huggins and Raphael Fiorentino will pilot the GT2 spec Mantis with Owen O’Neill and Henry Fletcher hoping to share the spoils in the GT3 Mantis.
Team, drivers, partners and supporters of the Topcats Runnymede Homes Mosler had much to celebrate as the chequered flag fell to mark the end of an historic and highly memorable Britcar 500 race.
From the start, the Topcats Mosler was the car to beat as the Ben Clucas and Pat Gormley duo secured pole for the race, albeit just 10th’s of a second separating the leading three Moslers. Regular driver and owner of the Runnymede Homes Mosler, Andrew Beaumont, had decided to take a different role for the race and join the team strategists in the pit garage. 2nd place on the grid went to Le Mans driver, Calum Lockie and his co-driver Paul White and in 3rd spot, Mosler specialist, Phil Keen and his co-drivers, McInerney Jr. & Sr.