It's all to play for as we go to Cadwell Park for the final round of the 2021 season

The British Superlite Championship descends upon Cadwell Park this weekend for the final round of the 2021 Championship.


With double points up for grabs in the 3 classes, the 3 championships are all still to play for.


In the Joe Palfrey S6 class, Ian Biswell has been in impeccable form all season, winning all 7 rounds so far, can he take the 8th and final round win to clinch the championship or can Phil Redfearn (2020 champion) re discover his previous seasons form and take the title away from Ian at the last round? With double points up for grabs, anything can happen. Mark Trickett has had a solid season with some top 3 finishes along with Tim Page, who returned after a few season off and has been right up there all season.


In the S9 class, Duncan Macbeth leads the way from his brother Charlie, but by only by a few points. These two have been at each other every single round so far this season I have no doubt they will be nose to tail all the way round the superb Cadwell Park circuit this weekend. Gordon Knox currently lies in 3rd with Stuart Duckworth 4th and Tom Roch 5th, all fighting it out for a top 3 finish in the championship.


Finally the S10 Superlite championship goes all the way to the wire, currently Phil Lee leads the way, followed closely by Paul Hudson and Tony Turner. This class has probably seen more different race winners throughout the season, watching these S10 machines this season has been absolutely superb. Can Phil Lee claim the championship, using his years of racing experience, or can Paul Hudson finally take an outright win, not forgetting Tony Turner who has stepped up superbly this season to battle right at the front end of things with several race wins and top 3 finishes. 4th is John Kershaw and 5th Paul Smythe who has had solid races all season with race wins.


It all comes down to Sunday, we wish all the drivers a safe and enjoyable weekend and may the best ‘driver’ win the 2021 British Superlite Championship.we wish all the drivers a safe and enjoyable weekend and may the best ‘driver’ win the 2021 British Superlite Championship.







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