Title challenging British GT Championship racer Seb Morris says he is targeting a consistent haul of points at Snetterton 300 Circuit in Norfolk next weekend, when the second ‘double-header’ of the season takes place – rounds four and five of the campaign.
Bentley Continental GT3 driver Morris, who is partnered by Rick Parfitt Jnr, heads to East Anglia on the crest of a wave after the Team Parker Racing duo secured their maiden victory of 2017 last time out at Rockingham in Northamptonshire during an unpredictable two-hour contest.
Although taking the chequered flag in second place, Marford racer Morris – who piloted the second one hour stint in the race – was only passed for the lead after contact from a rival entry.
Post-race, though, the rightful penalty was applied to the errant Ferrari 488 to give the Bentley racers their deserved win. Now he’s more determined than ever to step onto the top of the podium, but he will have to contend with a performance penalty because he’s so fast.
It’s the final weekend of international rallycross at Lydden Hill circuit, near Dover.
The venue has hosted the sport from the outset 50 years ago but Silverstone will stage the world series qualifier in the UK in 2018.