Victor Jimenez second at Brands Hatch

Silverstone has hosted this weekend scoring the ninth round of the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain. The British track has been the site of a new struggle by the Spanish pilot Victor Manuel Jiménez to get into the top three overall. After a podium finish in the first heat, and lack only one round, fourth is 21 points behind third placed Briton Paul Rees.

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 After sorting room to get the grid for both rounds, the pilot achieved Redline Racing move up to grab a podium finish after fighting for victory and stay within half second of it.

In the second race an incident when he was fighting for third place would leave him out of the race.

I’m satisfied despite not finishing the second race. I’ve noticed more comfortable than ever, I rode to the sound of men head and I have been very close to victory. My pace was very strong and I set the fastest lap, but in the end I almost Meadows has become removed. Anyway it shows how much we have improved and I feel happy with the pace of the weekend.”

The last round of the season will take place at Brands Hatch GP layout of the next 11 and 12 October.

The Spanish driver Victor Manuel Jimenez has put an end to Brands Hatch in his first season as a professional driver in the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain with two great races achieving a creditable second place.

Starting from fifth Redline Racing driver could forward positions from the same output to be placed second after Josh Webster met just three laps. A stroke of fast laps could contact the race leader and fight for the victory, which finally would stay just 1.2 seconds.

In the second race the Spanish managed to keep fourth place after the rolling start. With the track still wet due to rains during the day driving was becoming more difficult and no one could take away, so the fight head in Webster, Meadows, Massot and Jimenez took dramatic. Victor achieve overtake Massot and Meadows, but a little tour of the Spanish track due to the onset of rain made ​​him lose two positions. Several incidents were followed and therefore, with the exception of the head men, Meadows, Webster, Hill and Jiménez own, the pilots decided to enter box to change the tires for slicks water, but eventually the group head would have sufficient advantage to no risk of endangering their positions.

It’s been a weekend of intense and fun week, a shame that the season is over.” – Says. “I am very satisfied with both the team’s work as mine, especially from what I’ve evolved over the season. In the first race I’ve been so close to victory, I marked several fast laps and my pace was very consistent, so I’ll stick with that.”

Now we have to continue working hard to get the budget for next season and go to war with the lessons learned this year.” – Sentence.