Round 4 of this years Championship was held at the Snetterton track, which was a regular venue at one time, but as of late not one we have been able to visit due to construction work. The weather forecast for the day was dry with rain due at about 3pm at the drivers briefing it was decided that the format for the day would be with either 4 or 5 rounds of round by round qualifs the best 2 to count followed by 1 final.
This final saw another perfect drive for the pole sitter Zak Finlay to lead from start to finish he was the class of the field which he had been all day however behind him, it was a different story for second place man on the grid Mark Musgrove. Mark had a couple of bad laps getting caught up with other drivers costing him places as did Scott Morton on lap 3 losing him nearly an whole lap, something that he would not recover from. This allowed what can only be described as an epic drive by Sam Law from ninth on the starting grid to move up to second behind Zak, Damian Giddins moved up from forth to third and Chris Lovely from fifth to fourth, Mark Musgrove made his way back up to fifth position and that was how they finished.
The super touring final was about to start the 2 minute count down when the heavens opened all pit men went running back for the wet cars whilst race director held the race for about 3 minutes. With all cars on the grid it was time to get going, the buzzer sounded and off everyone went, Chris G got away well and had got a couple of seconds gap on second place Elliott Harper, James Hart moved up to third going past first Chris Kerswell on lap one and both Colin Price and Matt White on the second lap.
Matt and Colin both retired on lap 4 and 5 Elliott had a couple of slower laps which allowed James to move into 2nd place and started to try to catch Chris G his teammate Phil Chambers by this time was also making his way through the field and with Chris Kerswell retiring on lap 9 saw him into fourth place with Stefan Chodzynski in fifth, a couple of laps later Phil was able to get past Elliott to move into 3rd this is how it remained to the end of the final, Elliott was able to hold off Stefan to remain fourth and Stefan fifth. Chris Grainger had enough of a lead to keep James at bay and take the win from James and Phil.