Jersey's James Walker hopes he has done enough to earn further drives in the World Endurance Championship after helping his team win at Silverstone.
The Delta-ADR trio of ex-F1 driver Antonio Pizzonia, Thailand's Tor Graves and Walker, who was on a one-race deal, won the season opener by 45 seconds.
"My management and I will be working on getting me on track at the next round," said 29-year-old Walker
The Championship continues as Spa Francorchamps in Belgium on 4 May.
Walker's team began the Silverstone race from pole position in their Nissan.
"To take pole position at any circuit is great, but to do it at home in front of a huge crowd was amazing," he said.
“It was a case of finding a pace that I could stay at for the two hours and not risking the lead that we had built up”
In wind and rain, they dropped to second about a third of the way through the the six-hour event before Graves pitted for intermediate tyres.
He then handed over to Walker for a two-hour stint at the wheel, his first dry running of the weekend.
"To be getting your first feeling for what the car is capable of half way through a race, whilst leading, was a strange situation to be in but that's what I was given so I just had to get on with it.
"It's actually something I like as it enables you to show how you deal with extreme situations and pressure," said Walker.
"It was a case of finding a pace that I could stay at for the two hours and not risking the lead that we had built up."