Harry King will start on pole position for race one in the Ginetta GT4 Supercup after setting a lap time of 47.716s.
King, who finished third in last year’s GT4 championship, finished the session 0.070s ahead of Will Burns in second place in what was a very competitive session.
Tom Hibbert will line up third for race one while Mike Epps got off to a strong start, qualifying in fourth position for Team HARD.
Fin Green, who has graduated from Ginetta Junior for 2019, had a strong qualifying debut and will start in fifth place for TCR while Ginetta GT4 veteran Reece Somerfield took sixth place, setting a time of 48.065s.
Darron Lewis starts in seventh in the second Team HARD Ginetta while British Rallycross champion, Nathan Heathcote qualified eighth on his debut.
Simon Rudd and and James Kell round out the top ten for Rob Boston Racing.
In what was an extremely close qualifying session the top ten all lapped within just over half a second of each other.
Jack Oliphant qualified 11th in his Century Motorsport Ginetta while Car Shield, who finished seventh in last year’s championship will start in 13th place.
Race one will get underway this afternoon at 2:15pm.
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