Following a very successful Round 1 of the UK Time Attack Championship, Team 666 Roose Motorsport returned for Round 2 at Pembery in joint 1st place for the season so far. Unfortunately our luck was about to run out, despite our driver Jonny Roose putting in an excellent lap time for our class, we suffered a significant engine failure and fire causing a disappointing retirement from Round 2.
Paul and Jonny would like to thank everyone for their concerns and best wishes on the day, luckily our safety features did their job perfectly and thanks to the quick reactions of the Pembery marshals and trackside safety teams, the car suffered minimal visual damage.
Our car is currently with our engine builders Norris Motorsport and we are waiting for a dry sump system to be imported into the country to complete the rebuild. Unfortunately again - due to this delay - we wont be at Brands Hatch this coming weekend for Round 3. However we hope to have the car up and running so we can return later in the season.
Thanks to Rich Sams Photography: https://www.facebook.com/Rich.Sams.Photography