Jerome de Sadeleer crowned Champion in the Radical SR1 Cup!

Last weekend saw Jerome de Sadeleer competing in the fourth and final round of the Radical SR1 Cup at the Snetterton 300 circuit in England. In the wake of the previous rounds, the Swiss driver twice finished on the podium to be crowned the Radical SR1 Cup champion after two exciting races.

Battling with James Pinkerton for the title of Radical SR1 Cup champion since the start of the season, Jerome de Sadeleer quickly took the lead over his opponent, who fell victim to an unfortunate twist of fate in the first race of the day.

It was still an intense contest for Jerome, as he saw competition debutant Kristian Jeffrey set a blistering pace around the Snetterton 300 track. Jerome placed second in the race, clinching his first podium of the day.

In the second race, Jerome fought out the win with Pinkerton and Jeffrey. Third in the early standings, Jerome withstood the challenges of his pursuers to again win second place, yet behind Pinkerton this time.

With these two superb performances, Jérôme took the title spoils as Radical SR1 Cup champion. Could this be a success to build upon over the coming seasons?

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