Freetech set for six-hour finale at Mallory tomorrow

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ENDURANCE racers are gearing up for their final bash of the season tomorrow as the Freetech UK series hits Mallory Park.

And with the championships going down to the wire, it’s set to be a bumper six-hour scrap.

In the blue riband Streetstock class, Team RST is sitting pretty at the top of the tables on 129 points and as series favourites, it’s going to take a strong charge to stop Hudson Kennaugh, Jonny Towers and Glen Hindmarsh.

But Team Mechlam are just five points adrift and with 30 on offer to the winner, the title hangs in the balance.

Over in the Moto4 category, it’s a three-way battle for the modified-class honours with Frazawaki, DW Racing and Franks Snapp all in contention.

Frazawaki heads the charge on 112 with DW Racing just 12 points back and Franks Snapp sitting on 97 but with almost 30 entries for the Moto4 category as it grows in popularity, they won’t have it all their own way.

FAB Racing and OX Racing Developments have thrown their hats in the ring in the 50cc class, but the only title contender on the entry list last week was Not Fast Just Furious.

More than 100 teams are poised to hit the grid tomorrow morning in what’s set to be club racing’s last hoorah of 2021 as riders vie for cash prizes.

A cool £1000 will go to the overall winner, with £500 for second and £250 for third.

Action kicks off at 9am with practice ahead of a 10am race start.

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