For race one I had to be patient while the tyres came up to temperature. The car was tricky early on but I soon settled into a rhythm and watched people in front spoiling their own races. I had Mat Jackson in front and Jason Plato piling pressure on behind me, so it was satisfying to take fourth, which would equate to a second-row grid spot for the second race.
And I made a blinding start to race two. I was following front-row man Jack Goff when he out-braked himself into Turn 2 with about four laps to go, which left me with a few instantaneous decisions to make – some of which would have a bearing on where I ended up for the next corner! I got bundled down the order to seventh in the mess, although I fought back to sixth by the end. I had the pace in the car for a podium so that was a pity. I felt a bit robbed, but it was still a solid points haul.
My last chance for a top result came with third on the grid for the final race. I made a pretty good start, although not as good as my getaway in race two, and pulled a peach of a move to take the lead from Gordon Shedden.
I got my head down, found the perfect rhythm – my lap times were all within a tenth or two – and maintained the gap to Flash [Shedden] while looking after the car. With two laps to go, I saw Flash run wide at the last corner so I knew I had it in the bag. It was easy.