Snetterton Came with all weather season’s all in one day
After last year’s clean sweep and championship win confirmed at Snetterton he was feeling confident.
Throughout practice Scott felt quick considering the old tyres he had on and was ready for the weekend.
Qualifying was very interesting with the last minute downpour however Scott managed to get 10th before the red flag came out finishing the session.
This was a decent position considering he hadn’t pushed in the warm up laps before the red flag and set me up well for race 1.
Scott felt confident for race one however going through the first corner he got tagged from behind spinning the car uncontrollable into the barrier hitting both front and rear ends badly causing some major damage.
Race 1 was over before it had begun, Having to start in 30th for race 2 was always going to be difficult but also having a damaged car meant the first few laps were spent having to adjust to the different handling of the car.
Also having a reduced race time meant he only made it to 19th place which he was disappointed with.
In the final race he started to move up the order gaining more and more momentum but unfortunately his race was cut short by an unavoidable incident which did further damage to the car.
However he steadily kept going and finished the race to get the points Overall a very unfortunate and frustrating weekend which could have had some potential. Scott will be back on top form at Silverstone.