Snetterton approaches for Manchester

Jack Manchester is primed and ready for the final round of the Radical Challenge Championship this weekend as the series moves onto Snetterton for the final time.

After competing in only a select amount of the series this year, and in only his second year of racing, Jack has already become one of the strongest drivers in the championship as it moves to Snetterton for the season finale. 

Drawing inspiration from iconic motorsport corners such as Monza's Parabolica and the Montreal Hairpin, the Snetterton 300 circuit hosts the British Touring Car Championship, British Superbike Championship and many more top-level British championships. 

Manchester heads to Snetterton high on confidence after continuing his sensational run of form at Monza two weeks ago. A dominant performance in the Radical European Masters saw Jack take victory in two of the weekend’s three races as he collected more silverware to add to his already impressive total.

This weekend sees Jack and the Challenge Championship head to Snetterton for the second time this season. The previous round at the Norfolk track saw Jack make two trips to the podium after showing some fantastic skills despite limited testing preparation.

Looking ahead to this weekend, Jack is feeling confident and wants to continue his strong run of form.

“I’m really excited to return to Snetterton this weekend, especially as it’s such a varied track. We had a really good showing here back in August and our pace in Monza was strong and I am keen to maintain that momentum this weekend. The Snetterton track is quite technical as there is a good mix of corners so you have to have a good balanced package. It’s a strong line-up on the grid this weekend, however, the team and I will be aiming high for another successful weekend”

Barry Mears, Head of the MBP Academy, is optimistic of Jack’s chances this weekend as he heads to Snetterton for a second time.

“Jack is hungry for more success this weekend and hopefully we will see him continue his strong form. He had an excellent weekend in Monza where he was the star of the show and this has made Jack even keener to build on recent successes.”

All of this weekend’s action takes part on Sunday with qualifying kick starting the day at 09:45 and three races following after.

Timings (Round Seven - Snetterton)

Sunday
Qualifying: 09:45 - 10:10
Race One: 11:30 - 11:50
Race Two: 13:55 - 14:15
Race Three: 16:35 - 17:15