After testing the Juno back at Snetterton, Colin was put in the hot seat for the Britsports round at Silverstone partnering up with Oliver 'Oli' Sterling.
Qualifying went well with Colin being with intouch of regular Juno driver Oli,
With the rules of Britsports, halfway through the session there is a drivers change which was handy as Colin was also taking part in the next session in his regular Sports2000 car.
For the race Oli started the first stint as his experience in this sort of racing would be more obvious at the start of the race, Oli as expected did superbly and set the cars fastest time of the weekend half way through the session, but working the car so hard wore out the tyres and slowly his times started to drop, halfway into the session he came into the pits for a driver change , Colin jumped in and joined the race .
Surprisingly Colin managed to match Oli's times from the laps he was doing just before he came into the pits and managed to bring home the car in a respectable 11th overall showing that the s2k version of the Juno with just a 2litre engine and smaller tyres was able to be intouch with much more powerful cars.
The performance also pleased Juno boss Ewan Baldry who praised Colin's consistent lap times.