A title is at stake on Sunday week at Snetterton as the Lotus Cup UK SuperSport championship goes down to the wire. Consistency has kept 2-Eleven frontrunner Steve Train at the top of the table but he will need his rivals to have a tough weekend to stand any chance of lifting the trophy. Class competitors Tom Chatterway and Simon Deacon are just a few points adrift and stand a good chance of overhauling Train, whilst Exige Cup contender Glenn Sherwood has a shot of overall honours. Rob Fenn, Doug Setters and Steve Williams could also be there abouts if they achieve impeccable results at Snetterton.
Meanwhile, the Production title was settled at Donington Park despite a frustrating weekend for champion Rob Boston. It’s unlikely that the lack of pressure will make any difference to his imperious style but if he does hit trouble this weekend, look to Stuart Plotnek or Ken Savage for the win.
In addition to the final Lotus Cup UK race of the season we will also have TWO Elise Trophy races on the same day, in fact with support series there are no fewer than 9 races on the day! A developing rivalry between previous race winners Rob Boston and Andrew Bentley is likely to provide a tense encounter, whilst the only other winner from 2012 Craig Denman will be there to cash in on any upsets from the two favourites. Despite not winning as yet this year, there are previous Elise Trophy winners in the field that will be keen to end the year with a return to the top step of the podium. These include Ken Savage, last year’s outstanding competitor, and Stuart Rowland, who has spent much of the year on the sidelines.
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