Waltham Abbey racer Ben Green continued his promising season in the Ginetta GT4 SuperCup, taking two wins at Croft last weekend.

Having qualified in second place, a problem for pole sitter Carl Boardley forced him into the pits before the start of race one, handing Green a perfect opportunity to take his second victory of the season.

The Super Green Racing driver didn’t disappoint, leading the race from start to finish.

The 19-year-old’s weekend was set to get even better, as he won the second race in style.

Starting on pole, Green made an excellent start, but his lead was cut short when the safety car was brought out on lap three.

When the race re-started, Green continued to dominate and he fought off George Gamble to secure his second victory of the weekend at the North Yorkshire circuit.

In the final race, the reverse grid would see Green start in fourth position, but his afternoon would come to a disappointing conclusion.

Following the start, he moved up to third place and on lap three he tried to make an ambitious move around the outside of second-placed Callum Pointon after the championship leader had made a mistake.

However, Green was driven onto the grass, forcing him to head for the pits.

After his team had removed the grass from his car’s radiator, he rejoined the race and finished in 15th position.

Despite this, the racer was delighted with his weekend’s work .

He said: “I’ve had a fantastic weekend at Croft. I qualified on a wet track and having never driven this circuit in the wet before, it was going to be tough. I managed to get the car on the front row and that put me in a great position.

“We showed our true pace this weekend and I feel this is something we can carry on, moving forward into the next round.”