“I am hoping to do well at Whilton Mill,” Sammy continued. “I know the track very, very well and I will be going for a top-three in both finals.”
Sammy's father and manager, Emil, meanwhile felt his son had done a good job at Val d'Argenton.
“Sammy got some really strong results and he was never outside the top-ten in his heats,” Emil added. “He had the pace and was constantly fast, even though the track was new to him.
“He drove really well and it was just unfortunate he got knocked off in the final. It was obviously only his second ever WSK meeting though, and I was happy with his progress.
“He still has a lot to learn. But given it is our first season racing against the best in Europe, many of whom have been racing at this level for a couple of years, I think to be 14th in the WSK Euro Series Championship standings at this stage is a good achievement.”