Enaam Ahmed looking to wrap up title in Formula Three Championship at Snetterton
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The BRDC British Formula Three Championship headlines this weekend's racing at Snetterton with series leader Enaam Ahmed journeying to the Norfolk track with a healthy series lead.
All Ahmed needs to do is match the points haul of nearest rival James Pull to be crowned champion, with one round remaining, as his current 106 point advantage couldn't be overhauled at the final round.
Earlier in the season at the Norfolk venue Ahmed won two of the three races and outscored his rival by 25 points so has a great deal of confidence entering the biggest weekend of his career.
Consistency has been the by-word for Pull's season as he has yet to taste the victory champagne which he would like to put right this weekend.
Third in the series is Toby Sowery but after a disappointing last round would need a miracle to challenge for the title but race wins could easily be on the cards.
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Thetford's Jack Lang will resume his Radical Sports Car title challenge with three races on his home circuit, all on Saturday, after the mid-season break.
The local racer triumphed twice at the last round, held at Rockingham, which has put him in a strong position. However, he needs to watch out for the in-form Steve Burgess and Bradley Smith, both past winners at the Norfolk venue.
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The Radical SR1 series race twice on Sunday with Jerome de Sadeleer leading the series having recently been placed first and second in the previous Donington Park races.
The Monoposto racing series provides an interesting mixture of single seater racing cars with Ashley Dibden just a single point ahead of Chris Hodgen in the F3 category however it's Jeremy Timms, who is undefeated in the Mono Moto 1400 section, who leads the series overall.
The Sports 2000 Championship runs three categories, Duratec, Pinto and Historic Pinto ensuring healthy grid numbers and competitive racing throughout the field.
Darren Goes currently heads the MSVR Trackday Championship and would like to repeat his early season victory at the Norfolk venue with Attleborough's Ray Honeybone hoping to better his 10th place the last time he raced at his home circuit.
Completing the events are a pair of races for the seven race series with action getting underway at 11.45am on Saturday and resuming on Sunday from 11.40am.