Jarrod Waberski put in an impressive GB4 Championship performance over the weekend (25 and 26 June), taking a race win at Snetterton and moving into third place in the championship standings.
It was a closely fought qualifying, with Jarrod setting the third fastest lap, just 4 hundredths of a second off the time set by his teammate Tom Mills in second.
Jarrod had a good start to the first race, but wasn’t able to capitalise on any manoeuvres in the first few corners and eventually settled in to the number three spot. He took the flag third, but a mistake from his teammate on the start, saw Tom receive a jump start penalty and Jarrod was classified second in the race results.
Based on the second fastest qualifying lap, Jarrod lined up second on the grid for race two. In a brilliant show of reflexes, Jarrod got the drop on the pole sitter off the line and took the race lead into turn one. He held this position to the flag, claiming his second race win of the season.
The third and final race of the weekend started from a reversed grid, leaving Jarrod to start from seventh place. It was an exciting few opening laps, with Jarrod working his way up to fourth.
“We had a very good weekend! The car felt good and the Kevin Mills Racing team did a great job to ensure that we had race winning pace. Thank you to everyone back home for your messages of support, it really means so much to me,” commented Jarrod.
Jarrod is now third in the championship standings, just 21 points behind Nikolas Taylor in second, with nine points scoring races (3 rounds) left in the 2022 season. Kevin Mills Racing holds on to second place in the team standings.
The next race will take place at Silverstone at the end of July.
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