Royston 20-year-old Kieren Clark utterly dominated the third race meeting of the 2009 Protyre Formula Renault BARC Championship at Croft Circuit in North Yorkshire over the weekend, 11th/12th July, with a truly faultless performance during rounds four and five of the season.

Continuing his unbeaten run of victories since the start of the campaign at Oulton Park back in May, the Apotex Scorpio Motorsport sensation scorched to 10-second winning margins in both Croft races to open up a phenomenal 50-point lead over the chasing pack at the top of the championship.

Nobody had an answer for Kieren’s stunning qualifying pace on Saturday, 11th July, which enabled him to secure pole position for rounds four and five with laps of 1m20.690 seconds (94.80mph) and 1m20.796 seconds (94.68mph) respectively.

At the start of the weekend’s first 14-lap race earlier today, Sunday, 12th July, which began on a partially damp track, Kieren made a good getaway to lead into Clervaux for the first time and he was never headed as he reeled off fastest lap after fastest lap – his best of the race a time of 1m21.455 seconds (93.91mph).

In round five, the talented Cambridgeshire driver produced a carbon-copy performance with a great start followed by another lights-to-flag show of dominance. Yet again pumping in fastest lap pace, Kieren’s best time was a lap of 1m21.462 seconds (93.91mph), underlining his remarkable consistency.

Speaking on his flawless season so far, Kieren said: “All five wins, all five fastest laps, all five poles – I’m happy with that! It’s a shame I didn’t get the lap record but, still, I don’t mind as we’ve won both races this weekend to keep the run intact and we’re leading the championship by an even bigger margin.

“The car was brilliant again this weekend, the guys at Apotex Scorpio keep doing a fantastic job and I really can’t fault them. Donington is next up for us in August and we’ll be aiming to continue our good run there. It’s a nice, fast, flowing circuit so we should hopefully have the upper hand.”

Rounds six and seven will take place at Donington Park in the East Midlands on 8th/9th August. Kieren heads there leading the championship on a maximum 170 points.