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Craig Lomax aims for top step at Lydden

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After a successful first round at Croft, MSA British Rallycross Championship driver Craig Lomax is heading into the next meeting at Lydden Hill (17 April) filled with confidence.

The Yorkshireman is more than happy with his newly-developed Citroen C2 Super1600, nicknamed Sabrina: the 2015 and 2016 class champion even called it amazing.

“We could only manage second place at round 1 but the car has so much more to give. Our starts were a big issue so we have some things to work out for Lydden. Had there been more room to overtake or a joker lap at Croft I believe I could have left with a win. My confidence is high ready for the trip south but we can’t rule out Mr Coney being fast and the MB Motorsport guys will be in there to challenge too.

“As always, I can’t thank the guys who make up XtremeRX enough, they patched up a battered Sabrina almost every heat to make sure I was back out again. We had an incredible reaction on Social Media during and after the event so I have to say thanks to all the people who follow us during our events.“

Round two of the MSA British Rallycross Championship will be held next Monday, 17 April at the Lydden Hill Race Circuit in Kent. Action will start at 9 with the first practice session. Tickets are on sale on the circuit’s website or directly at the gate.

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