As we head into the final round of the UK Autograss Championships this weekend, which will be hosted by Nottingham Autograss Club, there is everything to play for with only two champions already decided.
Mathematically there are still many competitors in the title fight as well as the final trophy positions, although for some this is going to be harder than for others, but still expect the positions in the championship tables to change after this coming weekend especially with changeable weather conditions predicted.
But first we do already have two champions and they are ladies class 3 champion Donna Brown (CM4) and ladies class 9 champion Dru Hollingsbee (IK111). Congratulation ladies!
That means there are still 24 class champions still to be decided as well as the overall men’s, ladies and junior champions.
The closest battle for the top spot is in men’s class 8 where the top two, Alex Hall (R411) and Mike Mumford (160F), are separated by just 1 point. Whilst in men’s Stock Hatch the top 4 are separated by 70 points and the top 6 could still all take the title.
Of the two junior classes it is the specials that are the closest with the top 4 covered by 63 points and only 20 between the top two. With 28 points separating the top two in the saloons.
Whereas in the ladies it is class 10 that is the closest with the top two separated by 18 points. In class 4 there have been just the two competitors and going into the last round there are 81 points between the two with the gap closing over the rounds.
This hasn’t been the full build up that I had hoped for but I ran out of time, as with getting the reports completed from round 4 at Cambridge.
Good luck to all those competing this weekend, and we look forward to seeing who comes away as champion….And there will definitely be full reports after this weekend.