Nabil revs up his mental training
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