Na­bil revs up his men­tal train­ing

New Straits Times - - Sport -

FOR­MULA Two driver Na­bil Jef­fri will not let the Ra­madan month slow him down.

The 23-year-old Malaysian, who raced in Monaco last week­end, said: “Train­ing will re­sume as usual for me.

“I won’t let it af­fect my per­for­mance in train­ing and dur­ing this month of Ra­madan, I want to train my­self to be men­tally stronger.

“I be­lieve that we can achieve some­thing if we put our heart and soul to it.”

Fin­ish­ing 11th in Monaco, Na­bil is still point­less af­ter three races for Tri­dent. He is one of eight driv­ers who are still with­out a point.

How­ever, Na­bil said this has made him more de­ter­mined to do bet­ter in the fourth race in Baku, Azer­bai­jan on June 23-25.

“We had a slow start to the year with the re­sults not really as ex­pected.

“But with the per­for­mance in Monaco, we can be happy for a while but con­tinue to work hard and push to do bet­ter for Baku.”

Na­bil, who hopes to join a For­mula One team, wants to prove him­self wor­thy in his sec­ond ca­reer sea­son in For­mula Two. Farah Azharie

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