A quick note on life in the paddock
Having taken things probably too seriously in the Academy, 'a little' less seriously in Roadsport, and now 'much' less seriously in 270R - it's great to enjoy the experience, and you quickly get to see what the Caterham paddock is really all about... The highs and lows of motor-racing come and go as quickly as each another, but the true part of race weekends is the hanging out with like minded mates, testing, setup chat, going for beers and just generally having a good time!
|Paddock life - good banter with like minded mates
|Daniel Halstead and Daniel French battling for position in the 2019 Caterham 270R Race one at Croft Circuit
|(l-r) Daniel French (aka me!) P2, Daniel Halstead P1, Justin Heap P3
The grid for race two is (as always) decided by your finishing position in race one, so I started on the front row again, albeit P2 this time. I got another great start, led for the first few corners, where Dan Halstead and Justin Heap out towed me into tower corner. We moved around position wise for the first 18 minutes or so in the race which was good fun... then....
|Daniel French leading the pack in into Clervaux Corner in the second of the 2019 Caterham 270R races at Croft Circuit
|(l-r) Daniel French (aka me!) P2, Daniel Halstead P1, Neil Fraser P3
|The Daniel 'Support Team' at it's finest.
Feel free to come and say hi if you're coming to spectate.