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After an impressive debut season left him third in the Radical Challenge, Jerome DeSadeleer returns to the 360 Racing fold again this year to head a six car line-up for this years championship.

Having met his seasons target of a victory last year fairly early on, De Sadeleer has one aim this season. “I aim to win the title, I got good experience and positive results last season and my confidence grew. It was a learning year and some decisions didn’t pay off, like track position and certain moves I made,” he explained.

“Now I think I know more, but still have only 11 race weekends behind me. If I don’t win I am aiming to improve as a driver and continue to learn,” he added.

Mark Richards continues to show glimpses of his pace, but will be hoping for some luck this year, although he only has a part season planned, as do Martin Verity and Sam Moores.

Peter Tyler is returning to the team after a season away and Jason Rishover will hopefully be on the grid more this year, having combined his Radical racing with the now defunct LMP3 UK Cup.

The Silverstone based team will also be back on the SR1 Cup grid with two cars.Simon Clark, new to the team, but has raced over the last two seasons, but us joined by rookie Sam Ashworth.

The Radical Challenge starts at Donington Park on April 6/7th, with the SR1’s inaction a couple of weeks later on Easter Saturday April 20th at Oulton Park.


Published by Peter Scherer for 360 Racing, 14th March 2019.

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