Matt Neal won two out of three races at Croft and enters the summer break in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship with a nine-point cushion over his nearest rival Mat Jackson.
Jackson won Round 15, the final race of the day, holding off a challenge from the WSR cars of Nick Foster and Rob Collard in the final straight, but Neal had made his mark earlier in the day to maintain control of the race for the driver' title.
Andrew Jordan of Pirtek Racing and James Nash finished fourth and fifth respectively in the last race of the day.
Neal held on against a rapidly closing Jackson to win the first race of the day (Round 13). Neal led every lap in his Honda Racing Team Civic, resisting constant pressure from Robert Collard’s WSR BMW and Jason Plato’s Silverline Chevrolet Cruze on a wet but drying track.
Plato had started from pole position but a half-spin at the very first bend had dropped him behind both Neal and Collard.
Neal made it two out of two in Round 14, the second race of the day, leading every lap but that time was shadowed all the way by Robert Collard's WSR BMW.
Jordan finished a distant third in his Pirtek Racing Vauxhall Vectra after first picking off Jackson's Airwaves Ford Focus and then, in the closing stages, Neal's team-mate Gordon Shedden.
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Snetterton is the next BTCC meeting with the racing live on ITV4 on Sunday 7th August - qualifying will be live and exclusive on ITV.com/btcc the day before on Saturday 6th