For most of the season, it's been a shaky time for Camyron Jackson. Marked either by a severe lack of pace or an unfortunate string of incidents catching him out, it has mostly been one to forget as only the opening race was where he had any competitiveness. In the last two races of the European leg, the two-time Formula 1 champion has seemed to have found his stride with both a stellar performance that saw him at the front and momentarily battling team boss Kunimitsu Kino****a at valkenburgh, followed by a slow and steady climb through the field in the final race at Eurospeedway, both resulting in top 5 finishes. "Really taking a step back, there was alot to grasp for me" said Jackson. "I was back from an injury and then having to adjust to a car that was less reliant on Aero so I was not at all really together for abit and that really showed in my race pace". When it comes to his performances in qualifying, Jackson chalks it up as another element he still has yet to put together. "I'm still kinda over driving it and I think some of that is me still trying to process the difference in downforce but whereas over a season In Formula 1 I could finally have it handled by the 6th race as it's mostly one single type of track, its hasn't been anywhere near the same in Champ car this season as I have to adjust from a natural terrain Road Course to a Mile 1/2 Oval to a Street Circuit and then to a Short track. It's been a tricky one to grasp and I am still trying to find that" As series begins its American tour, Jackson Hopes his recent uptick in pace will make up the difference as it's done the past two races. "I feel like my race pace is finally back so I think if I can keep that going and improve on it, I can start to make a more realistic bid for points in the championship. We've got the pace and the team and finally the luck, I just need to do more on my end along with having more of that luck to make it happen".