“I think it will be a really good weekend. The last time I went to Clay Pigeon was about two and a half years ago, and I was in Cadets, but I am not worried about that. I had never been to GYG before in KF3 until earlier this month, but we were still fast until we had our technical problems. I am confident I will be able to learn the track quite quickly there and hopefully come through and finish right at the front,” he continued.
Sammy's father and manager, Emil, meanwhile has been impressed with how his son has stuck at it in recent events despite the gremlins with the engine.
“Despite the technical issues we have had, Sammy has remained focused on the job at hand,” Emil summarised, “and having moved to a new engine that appears to have helped us overcome the problems. Sammy did very well at Rowrah and his pace was as ever very good.
“Moving forward we are now going to concentrate on the next two rounds of Super One at Clay Pigeon and Shenington and then we will start to think about testing for the CIK-FIA World Cup.”