Qualification was less frustrating than the previous round and Andrew started on the second row of the grid in 4th position. Andrew sported the new Revive! logo’d driving gear.
The event was again shown live on ITV4 and showed a more brutal face to BTCC sport as each race showed more bumps and spills and indeed on the final race Jason Plato was penalised for unfairly nudging rival driver Sheddon off the track on the final corner. Jordan was involved in a number of incidents and only superb driving on the last race kept him in contention as he turned a full 360 before finishing in 6th.
No podiums this time but a steady 6th 5th and 6th mean he is up to third in the overall standings on 76 points just 8 points behind leader Plato on 84.