In true 2020 fashion the final round of the 2020 MSVT SuperCup season was played out under grey clouds and lengthy patches of heavy rain.

However, not for one second did that dampen spirits as the fight for the title was on the line and nothing was going to stop the SuperCup season from drawing to a close in style (even a government announcement of lockdown later in the afternoon).

And so it came down to Brands Hatch after a disrupted season to settle the campaign and boy oh boy did it get off to a lightning start.

MSVT SuperCup start
Time for the finale

After sticking his Seat Leon on pole with a time of 52.130, Steve Gales, unfortunately, went straight on at Paddock Hill Bend whilst under pressure from Nick Jackson in his Seat Supercopa in a heavy headfirst collision with the barriers.

That allowed Jackson to push on and comfortably hand over to teammate Ollie Pidgley in the lead.

There was to be late drama though as Gary Hufford in his BMW M3 was closing down Pidgley rapidly and had the gap down to less than two seconds with plenty of time left on the clock.

However, Hufford struggled in traffic which allowed Pidgley to not only cost to the chequered flag but also the 2020 MSVT SuperCup title with Nick Jackson.

Gay and Tester took class B honours in the race and Martyn Culley took class A honours all under the watchful gaze of 12033 people!

Yep, that’s right, over 12000 people tuned in to our LIVE coverage of the MSVT SuperCup with nearly 30000 people coming into contact with the series throughout the day.

MSVT SuperCup Viewing Figures

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