BANSTEAD driver Matt Flowers says the next round of the Ginetta GT5 Challenge "cannot come soon enough" after a positive showing at Rockingham over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The 24-year-old finished ninth, fifth and seventh in the three races at the Corby circuit to move him up to tenth in the Championship standings.
And having crashed out and missed two races on the first weekend at Oulton Park back in March, Flowers says he was pleased to secure three decent finishes this time around.
He said: "My main aim was to keep out of trouble and it was really encouraging to get three good finishes.
"It was good progress for me and going forward to Silverstone at the end of the month, I am confident that I can push on and maybe think about challenging for podiums."
The next round is on the Bank Holiday weekend at the end of the month, giving Flowers a three-week gap between races.
But he said the next round could not come soon enough after the encouraging performance at the weekend.
He said: "I am ready and raring to go."
In the World Touring Car Championships Tom Chilton finished seventh in both races at the Hungaroring circuit in Hungary.
The results see the Reigate man remain in fourth in the Drivers' Championship standings, one point behind third-place Rob Huff, who won the second race at the weekend.
Chilton will be back in action in Austria on the weekend of May 18-19.