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Georgia impressed the crowd at Lydden Hill Race Circuit on bank holiday Monday as she raced in round 6 of the British Rallycross Championship. Shiels held a strong position all day finishing 3rd in Q3, in spite of struggling with steering issues in all of the heats. Georgia unfortunately retired in the final as her RX150 buggy let her down with cooling system issues in the 27C heat. The day began with mechanical issues and ended with them.

"My team and I are happy with my progress, even though the day didn't end the way we would have liked it to," Georgia said. "It was the toughest race I've experienced yet as I was not only battling with some of the most experienced drivers in the country, but I was also battling with my buggy. Every corner, the RX150 was fighting against me due to steering issues which couldn't be fixed."
The crowd at Lydden Hill cheered Georgia on as she threw her 200BHP buggy into every corner, showing incredible racing talent in only her fifth rallycross event.
Georgia: "I can't thank my sponsors, family and friends enough for all of their support so far in my rallycross career. It's so exciting to imagine what result I could have brought home at Lydden without the mechanical gremlins all day."

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