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Snetterton to settle BRDC F4 scores

Tuesday, October 21 2014

Champions will be crowned at Snetterton this weekend (25/26 October) as some of the UK's best young chargers battle it out to become the 2014 BRDC F4 title winner, and sports car and saloon championships are resolved too.

Six drivers head to Norfolk with a chance of taking the BRDC Formula 4 title. Arjun Maini is the man to beat after a strong run of results of late has given him a 21-point buffer at the top of the standings. Season-long leader and Lanan Racing team-mate, George Russell, is second.

Sennan Fielding, who made history at Silverstone in August by winning all three races, is third, just five points clear of fourth-placed Raoul Hyman. Struan Moore, Lanan's third title hopeful, and Will Palmer could still reign too. This season has shown more than once that anything can happen.

The weekend's other single seater action, provided by F3 Cup, should be just as tight. It's a
competitive field with 2011's dominator Aaron Steele making a return, and so too 2013 runner-up Alice Powell. Tristan Cliffe, Powell's 2013 rival, and Henry Chart are also on the grid, the latter having spurned race-winning chances this year. His last win came at Snetterton last season.

The Toyo Tires Production BMW Championship, contested by iconic E30 saloons, is a straight fight between Harry Goodman, who's top of the table despite being yet to win this year, and Stuart Waite, who won twice at Lydden Hill last time out. The racing is always close and full of overtaking.

Atom Cup's second season ends at Snetterton, with Andrew Smith, Nick Whitehead and Martin James all race winners this year. Ollie Taylor impressed on his debut in August, and has won on every visit to his home circuit. Marc Mercer, Steven Endress and Richard Marler have all been on the rostrum this year too.

MSVT Team Trophy and Trackday Trophy return for their penultimate races of the season. Wins have been spread around in both series, with only James Reed and Richard Preece being multiple winners in the Team Trophy.

Also in action is the Toyo Tires Racing Saloons series, predominantly fought by BMW saloons, but with variety from the Mazda RX-8 of Liam Crilly, Ian Clark's Ford Capri and the Honda Civic of Steve Allen.

Tickets for the busy MSVR weekend at Snetterton cost £14 on the gate with free admission for under 13s.