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Elite Motorsport’s Alex Walker goes to Silverstone early next month (7-8 May) having extended his lead advantage in the GB4 standings with Jack Sherwood placed eighth. Elite lie second in the Teams’ title race.
A word from Hugh “It was quite a successful weekend, with two poles and two victories, and a 7th place finish from a reverse grid which, in my opinion, is very notable considering how difficult it is to overtake at this track" ...
Louis Sharp, the prodigious young racing talent from New Zealand with serious Formula One aspirations, has stepped closer to his eagerly-anticipated debut in the ROKiT F4 British Championship certified by FIA –
It is now only 30 days till Hughs first race of 2022. Hugh tells us. "Can't believe it will be almost 6 months since I last raced. Magny-Cours was the last round of the French Championship and I was only 4 points from winning the championship outright".
• 14-year-old Kiwi takes next step on ladder to Formula One future • Talented teenager joins top Carlin team to contest 2022 F4 British Championship • Successful first pre-season test completed at famous Brands Hatch circuit
"The driver who won the championship by 15 points has his own F4 car to practice with, the driver that finished 3rd his dad works as an engineer for the best Jnr formula team in Europe, So not bad for a kid from Melbourne in his first year in the Open-Wheel Cars" Hugh told us.
Tom Lebbon will remain with Elite Motorsport when the British teenager challenges for the GB3 Championship title next year. The 2020 Ginetta Junior Champion placed ninth in this year’s GB3 standings, achieving 18 top-10 placings in his maiden GB3 season