Luke Davenport says he will tackle this weekends British Touring Car Championship meeting at Donington Park with ‘a calmer approach’ after making his debut a fortnight ago at Brands Hatch.
The British GT-convert clocked two top-twenty finishes and a retirement on his series debut with Motorbase Performance.
He currently lies fourth in the Jack Sears Trophy for the best rookie performer, twenty-six points adrift of standings leader Senna Proctor.
He hopes his calmer approach will help improve his qualifying pace in the Ford Focus ST.
“Some of the uncertainty from the first round is gone now,” said Davenport.
“I felt confident going into Brands Hatch and I’m taking the same self-belief that I had into this weekend with a calmer approach, which will hopefully translate into more pace in qualifying.”
“Donington Park is one of my favourite tracks; I’m a huge fan of the history of motorsport so it’s great to be driving on the same bit of tarmac that so many legends have raced on over the years. We had a bit of a spin there on the media day, so it’ll be nice to put that to bed during the first practice session on Saturday.”