British GT rolled into a rather dusty Snetterton for Round 4 of the 2022 campaign. Mercedes dominated GT3 with double pole positions being converted into double victories for the German marque whilst Ulysse De Pauw obliterated the Snetterton GT3 lap record.
GT4 meanwhile gave R Racing their first victory with the youngest ever driver pairing of Jamie Day / Josh Miller after a tangle took out the leading two. Race 2 allowed Century Motorsport to stretch its legs in what will be the final season for the current BMW M4 GT4 before the new model competes in 2022.
Photos by Dom Vincent
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