Snetterton set for Caterham climax
Caterham racing has always produced some of the closest contests at Snetterton and with six races on offer this weekend it makes for an end of season carnival atmosphere.
For Graeme Smith the celebrations have been on-going for some weeks as he has already been confirmed as the Classic Championship winner leaving Charles Fitzhugh, John Parker and Jennifer Grace to squabble over second place.
James Sibbett has won six of the Super series races which, after dropped scores puts him a single point ahead of Jamie Waring. While Waring can afford the odd error Sibbett must remain inch perfect if he is to clinch the crown.
In the Mega contest Paul Turley holds a narrow advantage over Trevor Carvey and Myles Packman while David Shaw is still in the running, making for a nerve-racking finale.
The Mazda MX5 Championship could be settled on the Norfolk track as Nick Wright and Jonathan Halliwell are just six points apart while in Class B Paul Roddison has proved unbeatable.
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The Chevron GR8 Challenge cars will make their debut at the Norfolk track this weekend and while short of numbers will make all the right kind of noises.
The Austin Healey's will provide the more traditional type of sports car racing with David Smithies' 3000 leading the series by a healthy margin but David Grace has beaten him, in his similar car, this season and would like a repeat.
- 1 Pedestrian dies after being hit by lorry on A47
- 2 Tributes as Leanne, 29, dies after receiving cancer 'all-clear'
- 3 Major rush hour delays expected as crash involving lorry closes part of A47
- 4 Norfolk receives overnight flood warnings
- 5 Pupil taken to hospital after incident at Thorpe St Andrew school
- 6 Flood warnings along Norfolk coast, with Wells flood gate in place
- 7 'It was like a river' - Flood damage forces couple to move out
- 8 Horse dies two months after being set on fire
- 9 New Tesco store to open in coastal town centre
- 10 Two Norfolk care homes among the best in region
A pair of victories for Martin Wills this weekend will make it extremely difficult for anyone else to dislodge the MGF racer from taking the MG Owners Championship crown. His nearest challenges are Malcolm Hill and Will Sharpe.
The 17-race programme starts at 2pm on Saturday and from 9.30am on Sunday.