The British Automobile Racing Club will make the second of its three 2019 visits to Cadwell Park this Saturday (August 31) with the Max5 Racing Championship headlining what is expected to be an action-packed race day.
Renowned for its sweeping curves and undulations, the Lincolnshire-based venue is favourite amongst competitors and spectators alike and is likely to serve up a multitude of thrills and spills.
Staging what will be the penultimate event of the season, crunch time approaches in the Max5 Racing Championship and one of the biggest entry lists of the year is expected for the popular one-make series.
In the title race, Paul Roddison will be one to watch as he bids to continue his dominant run of form by adding another two victories to his already impressive tally. Leading the chase for the reigning champion includes Ian Loversidge, Jeremy Shipley and Andrew Pretorius – all of whom are capable of triumphing too.
Elsewhere, Matthew Tidmarsh will be a man on a mission as he bids for Class B honours whilst Steve Kite could well take a step close to overall glory in Class C. With an ultra-competitive grid set to go wheel-to-wheel, it is all to play for at the sharp end of the grid across the days two encounters.
It won’t just the Max5 Racing Championship that takes centre stage either at Cadwell Park as the British Superkarts Championship.
Providing a flat-out adrenaline rush like no other and clocking mind-boggling speeds mere millimetres off of the tarmac, the category will take a step closer to crowning its class champions as Cadwell hosts its penultimate meeting of 2019 as well.
Also timetabled to be in action during the day is the Darlington & District Motor Club, whilst there will be plenty of doorhandle-to-doorhandle entertainment from the Mini Se7en Championship as well.
For more information on this Saturday’s event, including links to live timing and the race day timetable, click here.