Adam Morgan stands 10th in the British touring car championship after the most successful weekend of his career to date at Snetterton in Norfolk.
Morgan qualified an impressive eighth on the grid, and his fastest lap time was just 1.2 seconds slower than pole position.
Morgan immediately started putting pressure on Aron Smith and Matt Jackson in the first race, and sat behind waiting for his opportunity, which eventually came, and he was able to sweep past to steal fourth place, a position he held to the end of the race.
Starting from fourth in the grid for the second race, Morgan managed to avoid all of the first corner chaos that led to a safety car.
Once the track was cleared, Morgan switched over to defense after Gordon Shedden managed to push his way past, demoting Morgan down to fifth, where he finished.
In race three, Morgan found himself stuck in a battle with two Hondas both being driving by multiple times championship winners. He inevitable succumbed to them and was forced down into sixth place.
The action continues at Knockhill near Edinburgh.