By Full Contact News and Views
Full Contact client Seb Morris won race 2 at this weekend’s Formula 4 event at Snetterton, to boost his championship challenge, only to find his joy short lived as his car was excluded from the race result due to alleged technical breaches in the gurney components of his car. The team are appealing the finding, which they consider to be in error.
Seb, however, showed his remarkable talent, professionalism and composure to put this controversy behind him as he begun race 3 in fourth place on the grid – which he duly converted to second place on the podium.
A fabulous weekend on track, which may now have another twist or two to take off-track. More to follow no doubt, before the F4 championship moves on to its final weekend at Donington.
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