Al Harthy stays positive
Although finishing in the top 10 in the first race despite some on-track contact along the way. But, in the second race he and his new teammate Daniel Lloyd were prevented from enjoying an improved result after being forced to retire.
“Everything was looking good. We were up to seventh, I was catching the cars in front really quickly and our Aston Martin felt really fast and handling well. I caught them but as we went through Turn 1, the Ferrari in front smacked on the brakes very hard after the exit for no reason at all. I had no time ti react and the damage ended our race”, said last year Championship runner-up.
“It’s a very frustrating way to end the weekend but we know we were quick, we have a quick car and we will go to the next round aiming to be back where we should be. We wanted more points from this weekend for sure, but there are a lot of positives to take away from Oulton. We are always positive!”, added Omani driver.
British GT Championship nex race, including the first two hours race of the UK season, will take place over the first weekend of May at Rockingham.