Weekend "couldn't have gone better" for Chart

Dominant Snetterton winner Henry Chart ended his season in style by leading every lap of the final rounds of 2014.

Dominant Snetterton winner Henry Chart ended his season in style by leading every lap of the final rounds of 2014.

A pair of race wins from pole and fastest lap in race one ensured Chart left Norfolk with close to maximum points, but it wasn't quite enough to claim third in the overall standings. Chart finishes the season in fourth place, 13 points behind Louis Hamilton-Smith, despite skipping four races in the middle part of the season.

Speaking after his second win of the weekend, Chart said: "It couldn't have really gone much better. I was looking for the lap record but I don't think conditions were quite right for it today. It has been an amazing weekend though.

"Alice managed to hold on to me for a bit longer today but I was able to pull a nice gap and control it from there. It was just as comfortable as yesterday and at no point did I feel under pressure. It's not often you get to enjoy such a big lead."

It has been a tough year of F3 Cup for Chart, only racing his new Dallara in July, nine races into the season, borrowing the car of Tristan Cliffe and his Enigma Motorsport team-mate Oliver Rae in early races.

"It's the best possible way to end the season and could hardly have gone any better. It is a shame we couldn't do this at the start of the season, we'd have given Toby a run I think, here especially.

"Third was just out of reach in the championship, whcih would have been nice but Louis only had to finish."