FATHER and Son Rob and Jordan Collard both enjoyed their first wins of the season last Sunday.

Teenager Jordan Collard won his first ever Mini Challenge round at Silverstone.

He led from pole position and also picked up the fastest lap in the first race of the weekend.

He then finish fourth on Sunday and is currently second in the drivers' championship.

Meanwhile on Sunday, father Rob Collard picked up his first victory of the season in the

British Touring Car Championship.

Having started second on the grid for the final race of the weekend, he beat pole sitter Rob Austin off the line, but the big crash behind them saw the race ref flagged.

After a short delay the grid reformed with Austin one again in pole position, but once again Collard beat him off the line and went onto win the race, ahead of BMW West Surrey racing team mates Andrew Jordan and new championship leader Colin Turkington.

A delighted Rob Collard said: "It was a great weekend for the family and I am really pleased Jordan has won his maiden saloon car race since coming out for karting. I think this will give him a lot of confidence going forward.

"I was pleased with my first win since Thruxton last year and I think it was all down to strategy over the weekend, to do us in good place to win race three."

The next rounds of the BTCC is at Croft are on June 25, while the Mini Challenge next rounds are at Oulton Park on July 21.