Jack Goff broke the 100 point barrier in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) after picking up three top ten finishes at Oulton Park on Sunday.

The fourth round of the championship saw the Stokenchurch native overcome difficulties in qualifying to pick up nine points, taking him to 104 overall and eighth in the drivers’ standings.

Goff’s Triple Eight racing MG6 GT failed the ride height test with eight minutes remaining in qualifying, meaning that his previous lap times were wiped out.

But the 24-year-old recovered to post a time good enough for eighth on the grid for the first race, in which he managed to gain a place by the time the chequered flag fell.

Race two saw Goff cross the line ninth to pick up two points before he finished eighth in the final race of the day.

Fellow High Wycombe driver Tom Ingram qualified one place below Goff in ninth and finished just over a second behind him in the first race as he came home in eighth.  

The 21-year-old picked up an 11th place finish in race two before a ninth place finish in race three left him 12th in the overall standings.