Back-to-back race weekends saw Jack move on from Snetterton last week, where the 18-year old made two trips to the podium, to Silverstone as he switched from the Radical Challenge Championship to the Radical European Masters and three standalone sixty-minute endurance races
Competing in the European Masters for the second time this season, Jack looked to repeat his heroics from Spa-Francorchamps at the end of May where he took a victory and a podium finish in the Ardennes region.
Friday marked the first practice sessions at Silverstone and Jack was already showcasing his pace at the ‘Home of British Motorsport’ when he finished the first session in second place in his class and followed that up with a 4th place in the afternoon’s session, without using new tyres.
Jack continued to impress into the weekend’s qualifying, where the Scorpio Motorsport driver secured a second place start in his class for the first two races of the weekend at Silverstone.
Blancpain GT Series Silver Cup Champion
Jack and teammate Nico were crowned overall 2018 Blancpain GT Series Silver Cup Drivers’ Champions at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya