Roman Bilinski took advantage of a stable initiating to salvage his seventh podium of the season in Drag 1 because the GB3 Championship visited Donington Park for the season finale.
Reece Ushijima took 2nd for Hitech GP, with Bilinski third.
The Checkered Flag spoke to the Arden Motorsport driver in parc fermé after a urge which seen Zak O’Sullivan rob the title.
“Getting podiums is a habit I’d rob to support!” he said.
“It used to be a hard urge nonetheless I did it all first and major.
“From there it used to be about conserving the tyres and ensuring I made it to the next urge.
Bilinski made his GB3 debut on the same circuit in July, and took three top-5 finishes, with wins coming at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Snetterton 300 and Oulton Park.
“It’s a fresh one, because earlier than Silverstone, if I took an moderate of all my aspects from the rounds I did, and added them to the foremost two rounds, I’d be equal with Zak.
“It’s worrying nonetheless the entirety occurs for a cause and I can’t ride advantage in time, so it’s what it’s.
“I deem I’ve had a few hard years in motorsport, so now to salvage a extraordinarily solid season beneath our belt is in fact going to lend a hand for the future, nonetheless we’ll leer how it goes from here.
Two of Bilinski’s GB3 wins get reach in wet or changeable prerequisites, so the Polish driver used to be contented to listen to in regards to the capability of wet working on Sunday.
“I’d welcome rain with open palms! I care for the wet, and it shows in my results. I deem it consistently adds a shrimp bit chaos, it’s consistently attention-grabbing and it makes the motive force work reasonably extra difficult.”
Bilinski will open fifth for Drag 2 on Sunday, as he did in Drag 1, and must get to battle advantage from 17th in Drag 3.
He’s shown the fighting using vogue he used to be renowned for in Ginetta Juniors at some level of the reverse-grid races, and has picked up 20 positions within the 5 he’s competed in in GB3 to this point.