After a successful season and strong showing at the festival, I arrived at the WHT aiming for a top 20 finish. With over 100 drivers from the UK, Ireland, Germany, Sweden and the USA taking part even getting into the final would be an achievement! After two days of testing in very changeable conditions, qualifying took a similar theme. In damp conditions I was able to qualify 5th despite the rear dampers fouling on their mountings, reducing travel. By the time the heat came around there was a dry line appearing, and with my grid slot on the racing line I was able to make a strong start and jump to 4th immeadiately. Despite losing a place whilst fighting over third with Michael Vergers and Jay Bridger, I was able to finish 4th after Vergers' gear stick came off on the downchange for Becketts, putting him out of contention. That meant I started 10th for the semi. Unfortunately the car had a lot of low speed understeer at Becketts and Luffield, meaning I was losing speed onto the straights making it difficult to get the all important tow. This meant I dropped to 12th, resulting in a 23rd place grid slot for the final. Despite still suffering with understeer I was able to drive a defensive race and capitalise on some incidents, ending up in 17th place, just 2 seconds behind the driver in 12th. Another fantastic weekend, a big thank you to James Beckett for another great event to finish the year, and to dad for doing such a good job on the car and putting up with my moaning all year!