Lucas Petersson, Benjamin Pedersen and Neil Verhagen were the top-three finishers in the second BRDC British F3 race of the weekend at Snetterton this morning. Here's what the top-three had to say at the end of the race.
Winner, Lucas Petersson:
"It was good, a decent start helped a lot and I kept it consistent after that. The safety car made me a little nervous but I kept it together which is good.
"The car felt great, we showed that we had the pace throughout practice and at Oulton, but even more so here. So to just to lead the race the whole time showed what we are capable of. It was a great feeling crossing the line and I can get used to this!"
Second, Benjamin Pedersen:
"It's awesome, a lot of hard work has gone into that. Thanks to Douglas Motorsport for giving me a great car for the race. The start was absolutely amazing, I couldn't have imagined it being any better so I think that was ultimately what gave us this result. And then I just kept a cool head without making any mistakes and I'm really happy with this.
"In Formula 3 racing the start is a lot about the start without making any mistakes. I'm keeping my head down for the next race, there's one more to go and I'm all focused for that now."
Third, Neil Verhagen
"First of all I'd just like to say thank you to Double R, it's been an a really big effort that we've made. Yesterday we showed a little bit in the race but we've come back strong and really had a good race car today. We have gone from 11th to third so I couldn't be more happy with that.
"It was great. I'm always looking for a bit more but it wasn't quite there for us today but we've got race three to look forward to now."
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