Although Freddie has had a rough ride throughout this year’s Super One, he has continued to hold his head high. He still had a point to prove, and the best way to do this was to win the final race of the Championship.
After testing the week before having gone well, Freddie was in a strong position to attack this weekend.
With only 3 practices Friday, the team had to get the set up right before qualifying Friday afternoon. Freddie positioned himself in a great position and finished up 3rd in qualifying, the perfect start to his weekend.
Freddie drove fantastic heats attempting to help his team mate out to win the championship. Heat 1 saw Freddie and Will break away and eventually Will crossed the line first. Heat two was a great race as positions changed continuously, Freddie was strong and battled hard with some breath-taking manoeuvres. Crossing the line 8th Freddie would still start 3rd on the grid for the prefinal with a Fusion top 4.
Freddie’s prefinal was a tough race as he again tried to help the teams Championship position. Although he crossed the line a strong 2nd, he was victim to some more harsh penalties, meaning he would have to start final 2 from last place.
In what was one of the most breath-taking races Freddie has ever driven, he executed the perfect race. Carving his way through the pack Freddie went from 25th to 11th in the first lap then tracked down the leaders.
In no time at all Freddie was in the lead! Taking the win at the final round of the British Championship. This race would for sure go down in the record books.
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