Colin Turkington heads to Rockingham this weekend for the latest trio of rounds in the British Touring Car Championship.
And after his two race victories at Knockhill the Portadown driver must follow up with a good result as he battles to win the title which he first won in 2009.
The championship title race is reaching boiling point, as just nine of the 30 races remain to be decided.
Currently the top four drivers are separated by just 30 points with over 200 points still up for grabs, with Honda Yuasa Racing’s Matt Neal only six points clear of Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan at the top.
In contrast to the tight, twisty Scottish track, the championship now rolls into Rockingham, where fast sweepers and tight hairpins are sure to provide some of the best overtaking opportunities of the season.
Meanwhile at Mondello Park the competitors in the Irish Formula Sheane Championship will this Sunday compete for the most impressive and prestigious trophy they have ever raced for, as they are handed the opportunity to headline the County Kildare’s circuit biggest car race event of the year, the Leinster Trophy meeting.
The event will feature two days of competition on the International Circuit, with most of the Irish motor racing championships set to be decided.
The highlight however will be the non-championship Leinster Trophy race on Sunday, which will be contested by the regular Mick’s Garage Formula Sheane championship contenders plus a few guest drivers.