"It's been hard work this year. I've been pushed all the way and obviously with the double-header this weekend I knew the stakes were that much higher," the British driver said after saluting her Veloce team over the radio for a "mega" effort that saw her out-battle her title rival and compatriot, Alice Powell.
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