With the championship all but decided, the final race of the weekend for GT4 could have been an anticlimax. Michael Mallock had a point to prove though - he was determined to end the day on a high after the frustrations of the morning (gearbox failure), and despite champion-elect Paul Meijer starting on pole having an identical Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Mallock was keen to show that his RSW prepared car would have the legs on the Rhesus racing one of Meijer.

The battle at the front wasn't just two way though - Matt Nicholl-Jones was chasing runner up position in the championship in his IMS Motorsport Ginetta G50, and at the start, these 3 broke away from the pack, running unmatchable pace.

Fourth and fifth were taken up by the RJN Motorsports prepared 370zs of Lucas Ordonez and Jordan Tresson, continuing a solid weekend for the Nissan boys.

Mallock won the battle, and the race, but Meijer won the war, his second place being sufficient to make him champion, to the delight of his team!