Reema Juffali says the aim is to continue closing the gap to the rest of the field when the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost resumes at Snetterton next month.
The Double R racer has made great strides towards the opposition despite a relative lack of experience over the opening five meetings of 2019, taking a hat-trick of points finishes in the process.
Juffali‘s race-craft has also been evident, with the Saudi Arabian gaining more places over the first half of the season in competition than even current points leader, Zane Maloney.
Now, with a large stint of the development process behind her, Juffali is aiming to continue to narrow the gap to the opposition ahead when the championship returns to action at Snetterton on 3rd-4th August.
“I can’t believe we’re already halfway through the season. It’s definitely been a challenging start, from getting to grips with the car and tracks, with offs to account for it, to the rain which I’ve become accustomed to,” explained Juffali.
“But I’m happy with the progress I’ve made so far. In the beginning, my goal was to finish the race and then it was about being consistent and staying with the pack. Now, the goal is to make up some places and be even closer to the pace.”
“I’ve learnt a lot, but I know there is much more to come.”