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Name:Jack Jeffree
Country: England
Joined:Jul 23rd, 2009
Last interaction: May 14th 2019, 07:20:36
Forum posts:544  (View posts)
GPRO Trophies: 0
Number of GPs:0 (216)
Points scored:0 (517)
Wins:0 (18)
Podiums:0 (43)
Pole positions:0 (17)
Fastest laps:0 (14)
Avg pts/race: - (2.39)
Certification: The manager has not passed the GPRO certification test yet! Not yet

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First GP: Season 15, Race 12
Times logged on:3373
Time spent on GPRO:1499.2 hours
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Manager career of Jack Jeffree (Last updated: Apr 19th 2019, 21:51:37)
Season 65 (Rookie - 79) - 14 RACES, 45 PTS, 1 POLE POSITION, 4 PODIUMS, 1 WIN - 7th
My first season back after quitting to go to university. I signed a young driver in Andrea Adamich and I'm looking to be slightly competitive while gathering data and training him for a real push for Amateur next season. 3 podiums in my first four races and a fourth podium following showed my pace but with backing off in order to stay in Rookie and going negative to keep my driver the real push will come next season. I also managed my first ever group fastest lap in Sakhir this season.

Season 66 (Rookie - 79) - 17 RACES, 134 PTS, 9 POLE POSITIONS, 14 PODIUMS, 9 WINS - 1st
My second season back in the game, with the aim of promoting to Amateur and hopefully even winning a group championship for the first time. A very strong start to the season, finishing 2nd at the season opener in Estoril and then winning the following 3 races, gave me a strong early lead. A run of 2nd place finishes followed until a tyre puncture at Magny Cours ended my run of podiums at 8 in a row and reduced my lead to 4 points. I wasn't to be deterred, however, as 6 race wins in a row followed and I won the group with three races to spare.

Season 67 (Amateur - 22) - 17 RACES, 7 PTS - 20th
With just under $90m in the bank, my hopes were high of retaining this season. A frustrating start where I underfueled a couple times in a row, including pitting from 7th, had me start the season poorly but a solid 13th place in Mexico City set me back on the right track. A 7th place at Mugello in round 8 scored me the points I needed to retain, before I scored a 4th place and fastest lap in a rain-hit Bucharest race to complete a mid-table finish.

Season 68 (Amateur - 22) - 17 RACES, 33 PTS, 2 PODIUMS - 8th
Having successfully retained in Amateur, this season is all about stabilisation and building a foothold to push for promotion to Pro from next season. Two podiums in a row, in Bremgarten and Brands Hatch, helped me to my biggest points haul in an Amateur group ever and best finish in the GPRO pyramid I've ever achieved. I managed to build a good foothold in the division, finishing in a comfortable top 10 spot and with over $110m in the bank.

Season 69 (Amateur - 22) - 16 RACES, 72 PTS, 6 PODIUMS, 2 WINS - 4th
A poor start to the season saw me collect only 12 points from the first 7 rounds, well off the pace of the promotion contenders I was hoping to be a part of. However, my fortunes turned as I achieved 4 podium finishes in a row, propelling me up to 3rd in the standings and into a strong position with 6 races left. A random sidepod failure hit to end this streak, but a return to form with a slightly fortuitous first Amateur win in Yeongam helped continue the push for promotion. My first ever promotion to Pro was finally achieved with victory in Shanghai, two races to spare. Winning the cup followed in round 16, capping off an ultimately successful season.