British F3 - What they said: Snetterton race three

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What they said: Snetterton race three

What they said: Snetterton race three

Sunday 27 August 2017

Enaam Ahmed secured the 2017 BRDC British F3 championship with victory in race three at Snetterton. Toby Sowery and Jordan Cane joined him on the podium at the end of the race, here is what the top-three had to say at the end of the 10 lap race:

WINNER - Enaam Ahmed:
"It's been a pretty emotional year, we've been working together for a year now and working towards this for over a year. There's a lot of people that have come with me on the road to this and I'm really thankful for that.

"I'd like to say a big thanks to Carlin, so to Trevor, Mark, my mechanic Matt, Sam, all the guys has been really good to me this whole season, and I'd really like to say a big thanks to Trevor for signing me for this year and for believing in me. He thought I had the potential at the end of last year so I'm really grateful that he wanted me to drive his car and also to my parents and my coach Roberto who comes all the way from Brazil Without him, the last year and a half wouldn't really have be possible.

"Where it goes from here is up to Trevor and I hope he can help me out with that and hopefully I can stay with them next year and stay in an F3 car."

P2 - Toby Sowery:
"We were swapping fastest laps throughout the whole race but I couldn't quite get close enough to overtake him, he drove a very consistent race.

"It was quite slippery out there but there was no visible residue on the track but both Enaam and I were going into some of the corners sideways so there was definitely something on the track."

P3 - Jordan Cane:
"It's been a good say and the last two rounds were quite hard so to come back here and be on the top step in the last race and on the podium again is a great way to go into the last round of the season.

"I'd just like to thank the team for giving me a great car this weekend and hopefully we can do the same at Donington."

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