Walero Ambassadors Overcome Tough Conditions in this Bank Holiday Race Weekend

Walero ambassadors had to overcome some difficult conditions to prosper in this bank holiday racing weekend.

Starting with the latest addition to join the Walero family, Catie Munnings, who first of all had to adapt to a new challenge she has not yet faced before. Catie has not yet experienced racing on wet, slick asphalt roads heading into this weekends European Rally Championship (ERC) race held in the Czech Republican track, Zlín. The strategy heading into this race had to be adapted by Catie and co-driver Alba Sanchez as their focus was less on speed and more on survival. If it wasn’t challenging enough having to adapt their strategy, it soon became much tougher for Catie as she suffered the weekend with a virus, resulting in Catie missing out on free practice and the qualifying stage. Determined not to let either of these factors stop her, Catie and co-driver Alba done a fantastic job to overcome these difficulties to win the ERC Zlín Ladies’ Trophy!

Not just one, but two podium performances by Henry Neal in the MINI Challenge UK series.

Henry Neal, racing in the MINI Challenge UK series has found himself on the podium a few times already this season. This weekend of racing marked a new record for Henry in this years racing series, as he found himself on not one but two podiums out of three races. Not too mention winning the Sunoco Racing fastest driver of the weekend trophy! The weekend action of racing took place at Brands Hatch for Round 7 of the series. Henry got back to winning ways and done a fantastic job of coming 3rd in Race 1 and coming 2nd in Race 2! Overall, it was a great performance of racing from Henry, only slightly missing out on another podium in Race 3, finishing in 5th position.

Back again on the podium for Sebastian in his debut series in the British F4.

Sebastian made his debut in the British F4 this season and has certainly adapted well in this new challenge, proving he has the capabilities to push for the Championship title. It didn’t take long for Sebastian to find his feet in this series with him taking the podium very early on. Since then, he has gone on to win his first ever race in the British F4 but has also enjoyed the podium spots on more than one occasion. This weekend of racing for Sebastian, again saw him take yet another podium finish as he brings it home in 2nd place. The British F4 round this weekend was at the challenging circuit Knockhill, Scotland. Heading into this race, Sebastian always knew it would be difficult to face the unexpected racing conditions Knockhill had to offer. Overcoming these difficult conditions, Sebastian converted yet another podium finish reaching the chequered flag in second position!

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