Jamie Osborne added his name to the list of winners in the Vertu Motors MINI CHALLENGE with victory in the second race of the weekend at Oulton Park.

The NAPA Racing UK driver had finished Saturday’s opening race in sixth spot, which would result in him then being drawn on pole for race two alongside Nelson King.

Osborne made the better start when the lights went out to lead the field into turn one for the first time, with King seeming to bog down slightly – which enabled Will Orton to jump into second spot.

Orton would try to find a way ahead of Osborne through the opening laps, having a look around the outside into the final corner at the end of lap two, only to find himself run wide as Osborne defended.

That opened the door for King to get alongside over the start/finish line, and he swept ahead going into turn one to move into second spot.

Despite his best efforts to close in on Osborne, the positions from there would remain static to the finish as the NAPA Racing man took the flag by just under a second, with Orton a second further back in third.

That top three meant an end to Joe Tanner’s run of podium finishes as he had to settle for fourth place, pushing King hard in the opening two laps before settling in behind his Hybrid Tune team-mate through the second half of the race, with Bradley Gravett following him home in fifth.

Gravett had started ahead of Tanner on the grid but lost out at the start to his rival, with Oliver Meadows running sixth early on – leading an ever-growing train of cars behind.

Dan Zelos and a charging Dominic Wheatley would both get ahead before contact with Lewis Selby saw Meadows go off into the barriers and drop to the back of the field, with Selby forced into the pits to retire.

With Wheatley hit with a time penalty for exceeding track limits, it promoted Lydia Walmsley into seventh spot ahead of Thomas Jack Lee – who set the fastest lap of the weekend as he charged through the field after a DNF in race one.

Barry Ward and Josh Porter rounded out the top ten in the final race before the JCWs embark on a summer break before action resumes at Knockhill.