Senna Proctor took his first ever BTCC pole and BTC’s first of 2021 after the top four were separated by less than a tenth of a second.
Proctor went fastest early on in the session just ahead of Colin Turkington and Gordon Shedden.
Ash Sutton put himself into third putting the top three all within a tenth of each other, before Rory Butcher went fastest by almost a tenth-and-a-half.
Shedden then took top spot by just 0.011s.
Proctor then went to the top of the timesheets with four minutes remaining after getting a very effective tow.
Despite attempts from Shedden, Butcher and Dan Rowbottom to usurp the BTC Racing driver, Proctor was able to hang on by just 0.076s.
Jack Goff carried on his good practice form to qualify fifth ahead of the BMW of Adam Morgan.
Despite a huge moment through Cascades, Jake Hill was able to qualify seventh ahead of Stephen Jelley.
Turkington’s early session form didn’t carry on, qualifying only ninth with Championship leader Sutton in 10th.
- Senna Proctor 1:25.485
- Gordon Shedden +0.076s
- Rory Butcher +0.087s
- Dan Rowbottom +0.093s
- Jack Goff +0.214s
- Adam Morgan +0.217s
- Jake Hill +0.231s
- Stephen Jelley +0.290s
- Colin Turkington +0.310s
- Ash Sutton +0.322s