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Oulton Park hosted the second round of the British F4 Esports Championship, with races three and four both heading the way of the Apex racing team squads.

Unlike the rollercoaster racing at Donington, Oulton Park saw a classy lights-to-flag win from Jamie Fluke. He’d outqualify race one winner Josh Lad by 0.05s, but despite hanging off Fluke’s rear wing all race long, Lad couldn’t find a way past.

Fluke took second place in the reversed-grid race, after Apex academy driver Luke McKeown passed Fordzilla’s Dion Gowda early in the race, while an incident between Lad and Josh Poulain (Fordzilla) would drop the former to sixth.

Lad’s Munster Rugby Gaming squad still leads the teams’ championship, but Fluke now holds the driver’s championship lead by four points from McKeown.

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