Senna Proctor insists he will take an’ all or nothing ‘approach on race day at Croft after his exclusion from qualifying dropped him to the back of the grid
The EXCELR8 driver put his Hyundai i30 N Fastback in third place in the session, which would have allowed him to set a new personal best without ever having passed fifth on the grid before
However, Proctor – like poleman Tom Ingram – would then be stripped of his best time for failing the ride height test, meaning he now has work to do on his home circuit to come. from the back of the grille
« I thought it [the roll] had fallen off and I couldn’t tell it wasn’t in the car, so in my head I walked past, » he said « I’m got out of the car and I was a little disappointed that I wasn’t on pole, but had no idea what was going to happen!
« It’s a shame because the car was quick in qualifying and for me it’s all or nothing tomorrow We didn’t run with new tires in practice so we know we have more to do in the dry and we just have to try and win places in races one and two to try and get the reverse grid for three
« It wasn’t how I expected after finishing third faster in qualifying, but it is, and we just have to push tomorrow to come from behind »
British Touring Car Championship, Tom Ingram, Croft Circuit, Colin Turkington, Senna Proctor, Josh Cook, Ashley Sutton
World News – GB – Senna Proctor: « It’s now all or nothing for race day « – TouringCarTimes
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