Zimbabwean motor racing hotshot Axcil Jefferies and his Dutch partner Rik Breukers stormed to the summit of the Trofeo Middle East championships standings after claiming pole position in both their races at the weekend.

The two victories saw Jefferies and Breukers go just one point ahead of Huracán driven by young German female driver Carrie Schreiner and American Richard Goddard.

On Saturday, Jefferies and his partner showed character after Marco Antonelli started from the pole position.

A well calculated approach, however, saw Breukers and Jefferies scoring another victory despite radio communication challenges.

After impressing at the Dubai Autodrome Circuit, Jefferies and his Dutch partner will now shift focus to the third and final round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East championships which is set to take place on 2-4 March at the Dubai Autodrome.

A shot at the Lamborghini Trofeo Middle East championships has once again reasserted Jefferies competitive nature which has been illustrated by 3 consecutive wins.

Despite financial challenges hampering Jefferies dream of competing in Formula 1, the 22 year old Zimbabwean driver has had a blossoming career since participating in Formula BMW Europe, Formula 2 and lately the Super Trofeo championship.