Jerome de Sadeleer Prince of Rockingham
This weekend was the penultimate round of the Radical Challenge on the Rockingham circuit in the United Kingdom. During this race, Jerome de Sadeleer literally shone and added this victory to his fine list of achievements.
Starting from third place on the grid in the first race, the Swiss pilot of 360 Racing took a second decisive victory, keeping his record of victories and dispelling the bad memories of the Snetterton race.
Jerome then made a nice double by winning the second race and propelled himself to third place in the championship.
From the start of the third race, Jerome de Sadeleer dominated his opponents and skillfully repelled the attacks of Elliot Goodman or Richards.
Winner of all three races, Jerome declares: “You never have a lot of time to rest here, I’m kind of sad this place is closing down. I managed my races well and I’ve driven cleanly. I wasn’t on maximum attack compared to Steve and Dom and drove with my head, but I made sure I was right there when it mattered. My 20-second penalty on the race three pit stop was a big disadvantage. The car was superb, and the team did a great job all weekend. I plan on being just as quick at Silverstone and maintain third place in the championship.”
With this victory, Jerome de Sadeleer looks forward to the final round of the Radical Challenge, which will take place in Silverstone on 13 & 14 October, and intends to show his talent once again.