Team Prime Factors Performance House Racing hold a 29-points lead going into the sixth of the nine-round ACU/Sorrymate.com National Endurance championship at Snetterton on July 26th and 27th after winning the previous round at Donington Park and taking their stretch of unbeaten races to four.
Pit Stop Racing, runner’s-up in last season’s National 600 championship, climbed to second in the points’ table, after finishing second in that race, one-lap down on the winners.
Go Racing Developments 1000 finished third at Donington Park and is third in the standings, 40 points down on the leaders.
Team Edge Racing top the National 600 series by 11 points from Sorrymate,com, who won the class
Van Hire Racing is third, 18 down on Sorrymate.com.
T. Watson Bikes extended their lead in the Sorrymate Clubman 1000 Endurance class to 17 over Seven Racing.
Team Army 2 maintained their unbeaten run at Donington Park and now top the Clubman 600 class by a 33 points margin from Still Game Racing.
Ryan Gibson (Suzuki), the talented 19-year-old from Watford, is now 86 clear of his closest rival in the highly-competitive Linxcel Powerbike 1000 series.
Russ Mountford is second, three points ahead of Michael Vincent, with Jonathan Lodge up to fourth 101 down on Gibson.
The Monex Europe Power Sport 600, Monex Europe Pre-National 600 class, Michelin Power Cup 1000, Michelin Power Cup Pro 600 and Ducati Desmo Due Championship are among the solo classes contested over the weekend.
Practice starts at 9.0am each day, with racing following on.
Admission is £14 each day, with children under 13 free.