The Oxford Universities Motorsport Foundation has put in a very impressive performance so far in the final meeting of the Historic Racing Drivers Club race series.
Even though the weather conditions were less than ideal, OUMF managed to qualify fourth in class with the Riley 1.5 and seventh in class with the Sebring Sprite.
Taking into account the challenging weather conditions, team founder Ding Boston is pleased with the performance as the team heads into the two races of the day.
"Given some minor teething issues we have encountered, I am very pleased with our qualifying positions," said Boston. "We have a set of new tyres which have been very generously given to us by Phillips Tyres which we hope with enable us to unlock even more performance"
After a short break, the first race will be contested by the Sebring for the Dunlop Allstars series after which the Riley will be taking part in the last race of the day for the Jack Sears Trophy.