Pritchard back on home track

The Formula 4 Championship returns to Snetterton this weekend as part of a 20-race package from the thriving 750 Motor Club. Attleborough's Barry Pritchard is a former title holder but after winning the opening round on his home track his season has steadily deteriorated and he would dearly love a return to the podium on his home trackHe will face stiff opposition from Suffolk's Steve Savage, a four-time race winner, plus Chris Kite and Miguel Pinto-Coelho who have also won this year.

The Formula 4 Championship returns to Snetterton this weekend as part of a 20-race package from the thriving 750 Motor Club.

Attleborough's Barry Pritchard is a former title holder but after winning the opening round on his home track his season has steadily deteriorated and he would dearly love a return to the podium on his home track

He will face stiff opposition from Suffolk's Steve Savage, a four-time race winner, plus Chris Kite and Miguel Pinto-Coelho who have also won this year.

To mix things up further current title holder Chris Lewis, in his Comtec Van Diemen, makes his first appearance in the series this year.

Norwich's Derek Jones is just six points off Gordon Griffin in the chase for the RGB crown. The local racer will need to keep the pressure on the leader at his home circuit if he is to close the gap while Attleborough's Neil Constable-Berry and Norwich's Paul Rogers provides additional local interest.

Martin Farmer heads the Formula Vee point's table from Jake Oliveira but it could all change after the twin Snetterton races.

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Peter Bove and Mick Harris are slugging it out in the 750 Formula with Harris, a 10 times champion, having a slight edge on the fast Snetterton straights.

King's Lynn's Arthur Gilmour and Robert Howes, from Downham Market, both race in the Toyota MR2 races but may have to watch Neil Glynn and Bradley Philpot contest the winner's laurels.

Brian Cox will be defending his Hot Hatch series lead while just three points separate Declan McDonnell and Aaron Bailey in the Locost championship race.

Twin races for both the Kit Cars and Bike-Sports plus a MG Car Club race complete the events, which starts from 12.20pm on Saturday and 10.45am on Sunday.