The weather upon arrival was the opposite of that which is usually experienced in Wales - the sun was shining and there wasn't a rain cloud in site. Despite a couple of heavy showers throughout Saturday this weather remained; and problems with dust began.
Another problem reared its head as a result of the heat, however, but the cause of this problem could not be identified - was it to do with fuel, oil, dust, a lack of cooling? Changes were being made between each heat, yet once the car got going and began to get warm it'd cut out and refused to rev much higher than 5000 RPM. The final laps of each race were a struggle, and after a strong race and position the car began to drop back in the ranks - that was until I got to grips with driving the car the way it was and ensuring I used the revs effectively and carried speed through the corners as much as possible.
When back at the workshop, the car was plugged into the computer which showed us the problem - the fan was set to come in at 50 and retain this temperature, but at 50 the revs were limited to 6000 RPM.
With this problem resolved, hopefully the next race weekend would bring more positive results and show the real power and potential of the car..