Redline Racing's Dan Cammish continued to rule the British Porsche Carrera Cup with an iron fist, taking his fourth consecutive win in race two at Snetterton.
Cammish, who gained notoriety for winning 24 times in a row in UK Formula Ford in 2013, has now won eight of Porsche Carrera's ten races in 2015.
But the second Snetterton race was not among Cammish's easier triumphs this season as he was kept honest by several drivers for most of the distance.
Tom Sharp was at the head of the chasing pack, the IDL driver moving past reigning champion Josh Webster off the line.
Webster was also passed by Michael Meadows and both of them stayed on the tail of Sharp, who himself remained just around a second off Cammish.
Eventually, though, the dominant Redline driver ramped up the pace and would cross the line 3.1 seconds ahead of his opposition at the end of the 14 laps.
Sharp stayed ahead of Meadows to finish second, recording his maiden podium in the series - while Webster had to do with fourth place.
Two-time series champion James Sutton completed his return weekend to the series in fifth, holding off Stephen Jelley.
Reigning Formula Ford champion Jayde Kruger passed Dino Zamparelli for seventh, with the latter completing the Pro class finishers alongside fellow GP3 graduate Ryan Cullen.
Pro-Am 1 class honours went to Jordan Witt once more, while John McCullagh was the top driver in Pro-Am 2.