Luke Verwey reflects on his ‘wildcard’ weekend in WorldSSP300 at Donington Park ahead of this weekend’s British Junior Supersport Championship round at Snetterton, Norfolk.
“The first session was decent. I was able to get my times down to the target I’d set. Session two I matched my FP1 time almost immediately and then went faster even though I expected to go a bit faster. We decided to change the gearing and it was wet and I really struggled as the bike handled completely different. It was only practice so I didn’t panic and just focused on getting ready for qualifying. It was really wet and there was so much spray, it was like someone spraying me with a water gun so I decided to my own thing. The Last Chance race was fun and held in the dry. I made I great start and had a brilliant race long battle. I learned a lot and head to Snetterton full of confidence after going faster at Donington than I have before. I also think that when we come back to Donington for BSB we will be in good shape.”
Photo courtesy of bikesportpics / Ian Ward