We’re immensly proud of Bens outright win. This was a great moment for the team and we’re looking to collect many more with him.
He was third quickest in qualifying, behind defending Champion James Lay and SR1 Champion Daryl De Leon.
I had pace but traffic too. I managed a couple of quick laps, but was baulked again on my best
From lights out in race one, he joined a three-car break at the head of the field, but it all came to nought when the safety car was called out straightaway.
It proved to be the pattern for the whole race, with only two laps of racing before it was under caution again.
Caisley continued to hang on to the lead pair as they began to break again, but there were only two laps to go before the flag was out and all three held station.
With Lay spinning at Druids Hairpin on the opening lap of race two and De Leon delayed, Caisley was first into Graham Hill Bend and held off his rival for the first six laps.
I could tell he was coming back at me, then I saw him coming. He had a good run on me out of Hawthorn and got by in Westfield
Caisley was unable to rechallenge, but retained a solid second, well clear of the fight for third.
In the final race of the weekend, Caisley had shadowed Lay and De Leon in third again, but opted to make his compulsory stop at the first opportunity.
He quickly worked his way back up to third and on lap 14, he emerged as the new leader, having demoted Jason Rishover, while Chris Preen pulled off.
The advantage was soon consolidated and victory assured.
When I first came out of the pits I wondered why I was so far down, but had forgotten the success penalty at first. Then the tyres were back up to temperature and I built a lead
he said after receiving his victory spoils.