Race 1: Bradley and Lewis finished in 4th and 5th position respectively in the first race of the weekend.
Race 2: Starting on pole position, Bradley Kent pulled away with ease and by the halfway mark extended his advantage to over four seconds. He was able to keep his place and finished as the race winner. Lewis was 3rd during the last lap but a technical issue meant he fell back and ended up finishing in 5th place.
Following the weekends races, leading the charge for the title is 2020 Champion Lewis Kent. Lewis heads to Donington with 200 points on the board and an advantage of 21 points over Dan Kirby, who’s on 179. Consequently, Lewis needs to finish third in all three races and in doing so, score 20 points apiece in order to secure his second title in succession. Bradley is another who will be gunning for gold. In third place and with 176 points, having also claimed three race wins, he not only needs to keep Lewis and Dan at bay but also put other competitors between him and his two main rivals. It is going to be an exciting event.
The final race day of the season will take place on the Donington Park national circuit on August 30th with three races to decide the points winner and also who will be awarded the Tom Walker Memorial trophy.