Cam Jackson may have missed out on taking a third successive Historic Formula Ford title in a third different car, but he does now lead Autosport's National Driver Rankings.
Jackson has been near the top of the leaderboard ever since the rankings were restarted but this is the first time he has held top spot.
Two Historic Formula Ford wins in a March 709 at Brands Hatch, along with a Classic FF1600 triumph, have taken his 2020 tally to 15, as he added the Classic crown to his Formula Junior title last weekend.
Previous leader Gary Prebble has been relegated to third spot as Marcus Clutton took two more GT Cup wins in a Lamborghini Huracan at Donington Park alongside John Seale - who has himself now moved into the top 50 for the first time, in 39th - to move up to second.
The only other change inside the top 10 is Porsche Carrera Cup GB dominator Harry King rising from ninth to seventh after another double victory at Snetterton sealed him the crown.
His fellow British Touring Car support series competitor Zak O'Sullivan was also on the move and is now 11th after two British Formula 4 wins. However, he was penalised in the opening contest for a move on rival Luke Browning and therefore lost a third win, which would have taken him into the top 10.
One place behind O'Sullivan is Michael Pensavalle, the Kumho BMW driver jumping from 19th to 12th after securing a win at Thruxton.
But the driver who gained the most places was Connor O'Brien, who took three Mini Se7en S class wins in Hampshire to rocket up from outside the top 50 to 14th place, while BRDC British F3 points leader Kaylen Frederick made a similar leap to 23rd.
Leading Formula Ford Festival contenders were also on the rise as National champion Neil Maclennan (27th to 17th) and Jonathan Browne (joint 47th to 20th) both moved up a bunch of positions.
Monoposto racer Dan Clowes and Classic and Modern Motorsport Club competitor Rod Birley also broke into the top 35 having not featured in last week's table.
Autosport's most successful national racers so far in 2020
|Pos||Driver (Car)||Overall wins||Class wins||Total|
|1||Cam Jackson (Brabham BT2/Van Diemen RF80/March 709)||15||0||15|
|2||Marcus Clutton (Radical SR3 RSX/Lamborghini Huracan GT3/Mercedes-AMG GT4)||13||1||14|
|3||Gary Prebble (Honda Civic/SEAT Leon Cupra 20v T)||13||0||13|
|4||Lucky Khera (Ferrari 488 Challenge/BMW M3 E46)||10||1||11|
|5||Harry Senior (Caterham Sigmax)||10||0||10|
|6||Lewis Saunders (Citroen Saxo VTR)||10||0||10|
|7||Harry King (Porsche 911 GT3 Cup)||10||0||10|
|8||Tom Golding (Ginetta G40 Cup)||9||0||9|
|9||John Byrne (Caterham 420R)||8||0||8|
|10||Paul Brydon (Solution F BMW M3)||8||0||8|
|11||Zak O'Sullivan (Mygale M14-F4)||8||0||8|
|12||Michael Pensavalle (BMW M3 E46)||7||1||8|
|13||Dave Griffin (BMW E36 M3)||3||5||8|
|14||Connor O'Brien (Mini Se7en S)||0||8||8|
|15||Phil Jenkins (Caterham 420R)||7||0||7|
|16||Andy Hiley (Chronos HR1S)||7||0||7|
|17||Neil Maclennan (Spectrum KMR)||7||0||7|
|18||James Harridge (Maverick Vee)||7||0||7|
|19||Michael Gibbins (MCR S2000)||7||0||7|
|20||Jonathan Browne (Ray GR18)||7||0||7|
|21||Bailey Voisin (Ginetta G40 Junior)||7||0||7|
|22||Josh Malin (Ginetta G40 GT5)||7||0||7|
|23||Kaylen Frederick (Tatuus F4-TO14)||7||0||7|
|24||Tim Mogridge (Ferrari F355 Challenge)||7||0||7|
|25||James Card (BMW E46 M3)||6||1||7|
|26||Shane Murphy (SEAT Leon)||6||1||7|
|27||Murray Shepherd (Locost/Van Diemen RF82)||5||2||7|
|28||Jeff Smith (Mini Se7en/Austin Mini Cooper S)||5||2||7|
|29||William Heslop (Ford Fiesta ST/Honda Civic)||4||3||7|
|30||Shaun Traynor (Toyota MR2 Roadster)||2||5||7|
|31||Stephen Docker (Ginetta G40 GRDC)||0||7||7|
|32||Andrew Bourke (Alfa Romeo 156)||0||7||7|
|33||Dan Clowes (Jedi Mk6/7)||6||0||6|
|34||Andy Southcott (MG Midget Spaceframe)||6||0||6|
|35||Rod Birley (Honda Integra/Ford Escort WRC)||6||0||6|
|36||Fergus Campbell (MG ZR 170)||6||0||6|
|37||Luke Cooper (Swift SC18)||6||0||6|
|38||Ryan Polley (Renault Clio 182)||6||0||6|
|39||John Seale (Lamborghini Huracan GT3)||6||0||6|
|40||Richard Wildman (MG Midget)||6||0||6|
|41||Luke Browning (Mygale M14-F4)||6||0||6|
|42||Joseph Loake (Ford Fiesta ST)||6||0||6|
|43||James Dorlin (Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport)||6||0||6|
|44=||Dan Thackeray (Honda Civic Type R)||6||0||6|
|44=||Geoff Richardson (Legend)||6||0||6|
|46||Ben Short (Mazda MX-5 Mk1)||5||1||6|
|47||Rich Webb (Caterham Blackbird/Radical SR3)||4||2||6|
|48||Jamie Sturges (SEAT Leon TCR)||4||2||6|
|49||Michael Cullen (Stryker/Lotus Cortina)||3||3||6|
|50||Nick Gwinnett (Renault Clio)||2||4||6|
All car races in UK and Ireland are included except qualification/repechage, consolation and handicap races. No races in other countries. Class wins are only counted when there are at least six starters in the class.
Only classes divided by car characteristics are included. Classes divided by driver characteristics such as ability, professional status, age, experience (for example rookie or pro-am classes) are not included.
Where there is a tie, overall wins take precedence. Where there is still a tie, average grid size for a driver's wins determines the order.
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