Starting in 8th place for the second race, Jack got a blistering start and sailed past five cars to put himself straight into 3rd place by the exit of turn one – placing himself in the frame for a podium at Snetterton.
Knowing he was running in the podium places after starting 8th, Jack kept his cool while nursing a damaged car home to the reward of more silverware as he crossed the line 3rd place. Content with the result, Jack knew there was more to come later.
“It was a good race; the team did a great job to get the car ready in time after all the damage in the first race but I could still feel the car wasn't 100%. The race was a lot calmer and was relatively quiet, I just went about my business and got onto the podium. The car was still struggling from the earlier damage but we’ll try to fix it before th final race as P5 is a good foundation for the start.”
The final race of the weekend was the forty-minute endurance race and another frenzied start in Snetterton saw Jack make his way up to 4thplace. Sticking with the leaders, Jack was driving superbly to fight the understeer caused by the damage in qualifying and combined with the broken splitter, Jack was have to wrestle his car around the circuit.
Eventually making his way back into 3rd, Jack came into the pits on lap 12 and exited the pits looking to hunt down the leaders. With the front three all pitting on separate laps, it was a case of who could get out in front quicker – a challenge Jack accepted.
Jumping both 1st and 2nd, Jack held a slim lead and was being pressured from behind while simultaneously having to fight with his damaged Radical. With the gap remaining within a second for the next nine laps, Jack eventually crossed the line to take victory in the final race by a tiny margin.
Jack was thrilled with how he had finished off his Radical Challenge Championship campaign.
“What a great way to finish the championship! It’s great to get the win in the UK championship and I’m happy to help the team get their first win in the championship this season. It was one of my hardest fought victories having to battle through a broken front left damper. There was a tiny gap for the rest of the race and it wasn’t easy so I’m delighted to take the win!"