Round two of the British GT Championship season proved a hugely frustrating affair for Welshman Seb Morris on Sunday.
The MSA Team UK driver and team-mate Rick Parfitt Jnr had to settle for a top 10 finish after a weekend which threw all manner of problems at the Team Parker Racing Bentley entry.
Heading into the second race of the season at Rockingham’s International Super Sportscar Circuit, 20-year-old Seb held realistic hopes of adding more podium success to the runner-up spot achieved on his British GT debut at Brands Hatch.
Instead, though, the Marford of Wrexham driver had to bounce back from a variety of issues – starting with an excursion in practice for Parfitt Jnr, which kept the duo out of qualifying due to a badly damaged car, and then two in-race penalties. Through it all, though, Seb still kept his points-scoring run intact.
A number of unrelated incidents added three minutes to their time and pushed them off the podium and into the top ten, so close was the racing.