Carlin duo Jamie Caroline and Nicolai Kjaergaard were in the money at Brands Hatch, with the pair taking home cheques for £150 each as well as a trophy, courtesy of their pole positions at the weekend.
Caroline secured his spot at the front row of the grid for Saturday’s opening encounter thanks to a series of flying laps in an exciting qualifying session, a starting berth he then translated into victory.
Kjaergaard meanwhile set the fastest race lap of the weekend in Saturday’s event, and duly lined up on pole for race three, which spring boarded him to his first win since the seventh race of the season at Snetterton.
The driver with the most pole positions at the end of the year secures a £1,000 cash prize and a trophy as part of the Jack Cavill Pole Position Cup initiative which sees pole sitters for races one and three of each British F3 weekend earning £150 and a trophy.
Hillspeed's Ben Hurst started on pole for race two, and secured a trophy as a result.
The trio were presented with their cheques and trophies by Alan Webber, father of ex-F1 star Mark Webber, who was a guest of award founder John Cavill's during the weekend.
Kjaergaard is now equal on the number of poles secured so far this season with Fortec's Tom Gamble. To view the full standings for the Jack Cavill Pole Position Cup, click here.
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