Tristan on the brink of title success

Only a disaster will stop Tristan Cliffe from securing the Monoposto Championship title this weekend at Snetterton.

The Mulbarton racer needs to score just ten points in either of the two races on his home circuit to secure the trophy. In contrast Cliffe's title rival Peter Venn must push hard to claim every available point – and hope for the best.

Uggeshall's Tom Ashton will be hoping that a home race will bring a change of fortune as along with co-driver Jonathon Wright their Radical UK Cup season has been a long list of problems, apart from a recent second place at Brands Hatch. Mark Smithson and Stuart Moseley should cement their position at the top of the points chart.

In the Radical Clubmans series James Abbott holds a five point lead over Darron Anley and the weekend results should determine the destination of the title.

The Mini Challenge outcome is far from over either with Chris Knox and Luke Caudle just seven point apart with the three races at Snetterton to be completed.

The GT Cup Championship pits Andy Ruhan's Porsche 997 against the Ferrari 430 of David Tomlin while the potent Morgan Aero 8 of Tom Andrews will be a danger to the Italian steeds.

The Golf GTi Championship is a fight between the 16-valve racer James Bark and the 8-valve leader Guy Stevens with the latter holding a six-point advantage. The VAG Trophy and Production BMW series completes the 19 race programme with racing starting at 12.50pm on Saturday and from 10.20am on the following day.