Many drivers and spectators alike say that the world famous Spa Francorchamps track is magical; following the Spa Six Hours race meeting, it’s easy to see why. The Masters Historic Championship was providing support for the night time race and Liam was eager to continue on to defend his win from 2015. The grid was immense for the meeting, with two races running simultaneously so it would be a great fight in the Minis. Qualifying saw Sullivan’s car placed 4th/19 in class with good placement to fight to the top. Unfortunately though, again, luck was not on Sullivan’s side. His race was short lived owing to a broken throttle linkage, leading to him bowing out early. Despite this hindrance, Liam’s confidence and drive is unbroken and he is looking forward to the final race weekend of the season in Dijon.