Sunday, September 02 2012
The British Motorcycle Racing Club heads to Snetterton this weekend (8/9 September) to race on the high-speed 200 circuit. Many titles are at stake, including two championship showdowns.
Michael Neeves has an unassailable lead in the Premier 1000 category but will still be keen to add more wins, whilst Dan Fowler still has work to do in the Premier Stock 1000s and the title battle is even closer in Clubman 1000, with John Coughlan's advantage over Lloyd Sutton Foster just 24 points, with 25 available for a win.
In the 600cc classes, Anthony Cooper is in control in Premier Supersport, whilst Steve Murphy is the man to beat in Premier Stock. The Clubman category will see Terry Lewis try to beat Jed Angles' tally.
In the National Junior Cup Mason Law leads Aaron Maxfield by 29 points, whilst John Waghorn is almost home and dry in the All-comers Open, with Dean Stimpson in a similar position in the BMZRC 250.
Dan Couzens will want to stretch his lead over Jesse Jones in Minitwins, whilst the latter has a narrow advantage over Charlie King in the Junior division. Meanwhile Karl Fitt holds the rookie honours for now. Whilst in the Yamaha Past Masters class, Graham Higlett is looking at narrowing Pat Herron's lead.
Formula 400 leader Colin Martin has a cushion of 99 points to protect but less than 20 points separate the top three in Stock 64 Cup. Daniel Ruth, meanwhile, is close to the championship in the Rookie class.
The final round of Thunderbike UK will be a thriller as Adam Nelson and Seb Kelly are just 12 points apart and it's exactly the same in Thunderbike UK Extreme between Dave Harviek and Marcus Goose, who is already the rookie champion.
Shaun and Tracey McVaigh protect a ten point lead over Rupert Archer and Jason Grimes in the F1 Sidecars, whilst F2 Sidecar challengers Tony Brown and Ryan Anderson have the chance to extend their chances over Marc and Ric Vannieuwenhuyse.
Tickets for the BMCRC Club Bike Championships at Snetterton 200 are available for £10, with free entry for children aged 12 and under. For more information call 0843 453 9000 or click here.