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Zane tight-lipped on next move


Added 14 October 2019


Newly-crowned F4 British champion Zane Maloney (in blue cap) was the toast of family and friends as he arrived at the Grantley Adams International Airport yesterday. (Picture by Reco Moore.)

“Moving to F3, but that’s all that I can say at this time.” That’s how Zane Maloney, newly-crowned FIA British Formula 4 champion, responded to questions about his next move soon after he arrived at Grantley Adams International Airport yesterday to a hero’s welcome.

He said discussions were in their infancy and it was too early to give further details as offers and contracts had to be considered.

Welcomed home by family and friends, an elated Maloney said he was happy with the way things had gone, but what happened last weekend at Brands Hatch, at the iconic 2.4-mile Kent circuit, was only now sinking in.

“I don’t think about winning when I am competing, but I am excited on reflection as I created a number of firsts, such as being the first driver to win the overall title in the rookie year. I had seven wins in a row and ended with ten and also being the first Barbadian to do it,” he noted. (TT)

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