Sunday, September 30 2012
The conclusion to the 750 Motor Club season is gathering pace and with titles still to be decided, the meeting at Snetterton on Sunday (7 October) looks certain to produce plenty of drama and excitement.
Among the 13 races taking place on the 200 circuit, some of the most engaging battles could be in both the Stock Hatch and Classic Stock Hatch championships. Both series have produced strong grids and great racing throughout the year and with just a handful of points separating the leading contenders in each category, a fierce battle looks a distinct possibility.
In the Stock Hatch championship, the Citroen Saxo VTR of Tom Bell holds a slender three point lead over Andrew Tibbs' similar car. Both have been quick and consistent throughout the season and both know the importance of maintaining such form in Norfolk. Joe Ferguson, Martin Ward and Matt Digby are all likely challengers too, so expect some fabulous action over two races.
In the Classic category, the Vauxhall Nova of Edward Cooper and the Peugeot 205 of Derek Rozier are hot on the heels of current title pace setter Matt Rozier. All will want to secure strong results at the Norfolk track on Sunday and keep themselves in the hunt for the title before heading to the Mallory Park finale the following week.
Other highlights include the Locost championship, where Michael Comber and Stuart Sellars have been battling for supremacy in a series that has again enjoyed healthy entry lists throughout 2012. Elsewhere, the Radical PR6s of James Breaknell and Richard Stables have stood out as the leading competitors in the Bikesports series.
Additional racing will also be provided by the 750MC Formula 4 championship, Robbie Watts having already claimed the title there, plus the BMW Compact Cup.
Tickets for the 750 Motor Club at Snetterton on 7 October are available for £10 in advance with free admission for children aged 12 and under. For more information call 0843 453 9000 or click this link.