Jordan Cane, Guilherme Samaia and Ben Hingeley were the top three in the second BRDC British F3 Championship race of the weekend at Snetterton this morning. Here's what the trio had to say afterwards:
WINNER - Jordan Cane:
"It was an amazing race, and how it all panned out for us. At the start, Samaia and I got a cracking start and we pulled away from the second row and then on lap two he defended into Riches and then I managed to get him around the outside of Wilson. From there I just tried to minimise any mistakes, and build quite a big gap and got the win.
"When you are leading, it's not easy to minimise mistakes, especially when you have people pressuring you. I didn't have as much pressure as the last win and I'm really happy to come away with the win."
P2 - Guilherme Samaia:
"For sure I'm happy, it was a good race. I didn't have the pace of these guys but last week I had a big accident in Brazil and I hurt my wrist very badly so it was very good to get a podium this weekend, congratulations to my team, I'm very happy.
"I tried to get the win but the pace wasn't there today but we are working on that and we'll wait for a win."
P3 - Ben Hingeley:
"It was a difficult race, I got a great start again which managed to get me up into third and that was pretty much it really. I tried to get past Samaia for second but I couldn't quite do it and I had to concentrate as there was a lot of pressure from behind from Toby, and I think Enaam Ahmed was catching quickly as well.
"It was difficult to try and get a fast lap as I had to stay close to Samaia because there was so much pressure from behind but still had to find a way to get a gap to make a fast lap for race three so it was a difficult position to be in but I'm happy with third."
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