Aaron Williamson is hoping to put his torrid start to the Renault Sport Clio Cup UK Championship behind him this weekend.
The Holbeach Drove ace started off the year with huge success and lofty ambitions, having launched his own team and topped the early-season time charts.
But it’s been a tail of hard luck, disappointment and car troubles for the young racer ever since – with pretty much everything going wrong for Team AWR.
However, Williamson is back under the guidance of his former team Finesse Motor Sport Ltd (FML) at Snetterton this weekend.
And he’s hoping that Team AWR FML will deliver a strong finish to the campaign.
The talented racer said: “We’ve had no luck at all. Anything that could go wrong, has gone wrong.
“The various car problems, coupled with the bad luck, has resulted in the worst season points-wise for me yet.
“As team owner and driver, I have learned so much. The biggest lesson has been accepting that it doesn’t always go your way.
“I have also learned to always take any positives, however small, away from each race. We have to turn every mistake we’ve made into a positive and put it all into practice for the next meeting at Snetterton.
“I would like to say a huge thank you to Neil at Team FML for all his hard work over the summer break.
“I’d also like to thank to my sponsors Sopp + Sopp, MI Electrical, PWM Recycling, Berridge Waste Paper and Sackers Recycling for continuing to believe in my ability.”
The Renault Clio Cup is a support race to the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), which will be televised live on ITV4 on Sunday from 11.15am.