The results of the second race at Oulton Park and the Silverstone 500 have officially been confirmed following a hearing in the National Court.
Paddock Motorsport was declared the winner of the second Oulton Park race after the success penalties were applied post-race as a red flag occurred during the pit window.
RAM Racing won on track and appealed against the decision to apply the penalties post-race, which has now been upheld by the National Court.
This means that the #6 Ram Racing of Ian Loggie and Jules Gounon has now been declared winners, with the #22 Balfe Motorsport of Shaun Balfe and Adam Carroll finishing in second place.
The #11 Paddock Motorsport McLaren of Martin Plowman and Kelvin Fletcher make up the third and final place on the podium.
The Oulton Park Race Two GT4 result has also been changed with the #42 Steller Motorsport Audi of Richard Williams and Sennan Fielding moving from third to first, the #27 Newbridge Motorsport Aston Martin moving to second and the #90 Century Motorsport BMW to third.
As success penalties for the latest race at Silverstone are only now being confirmed, it has only caused one podium change with the #42 Steller Motorsport dropping to third in the GT4 class.
The British GT Championship continues at Donington Park on May 29th.
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