“There was a big incident at the start of race two. I made it up to fourth but struggled a little on the worn tyres so lost one place but managed to defend from the championship leader and kept him behind, so that was a positive.
“I was full of aggression for race three because Saturday wasn’t as good as it could have been. I almost jumped into the lead at the start but thought it would be a clever option to follow James as he knows the track like the back of his hand. Casper caught me a little and it was a fight for the final 12 minutes. I was defending for my life and was happy to show what I could do in terms of my racecraft.
“I am confident for Silverstone having done lots on the simulator and having had test days there. I have done more laps there than I have at Thruxton, so I am over the moon and aiming for some more pots next weekend!”
Steven Hunter, Team Principal
“It was an exceptionally good weekend. While James’ three wins out of three is the highlight, but Abbi’s second place in race three brought out a lot of emotion than anything else. Both were quick all the way through and it was nice to see both of them on the podium.
“It’s six wins from six at Thruxton, so it is clearly a circuit we have a good setup for which bodes well for us next year with two rounds here, so whoever is in the team can look forward to having a very quick car!
“We’ll keep the momentum for Silverstone as it’s a championship we’re in, not just a few races! We have two days to prep everything and get to Silverstone for the test on Thursday and see what that has to bring.”