Its Carl Breeze who leads the way as the Michelin Ginetta G50 Cup rolls into Silverstone this weekend for three more action packed races, though he won't have it all his own way around the National Circuit with a pack of cars capable of challenging at the top, headed by nearest title challenger Frank Wrathall.
Total Control Racing star Breeze has picked up seven wins on his way to an 18 point lead in the standings, with the King's Lynn based driver using all his experience to build up his advantage at the top. He hopes to use everything he has learnt in over a decades racing, including a spell in the BTCC, to pick up the 2010 crown, in the process putting to rest his ghosts from last season.
Dynojet ace Wrathall won't give up without a fight though and while he lacks the experience of Breeze, having only began car racing in 2007, he has shown all the skill and pace to be able to take the title fight all the way. He has picked up three wins so far this year and will be desperate to add to that tally at Silverstone.
The championship battle is a two way fight, but behind them, a whole host of drivers will be looking to record a coveted podium finish. At the front of this group will be Croft winners Adam Morgan and Tom Sharp, driving for Dynojet and IDL respectively, as well as Hetherington siblings Freddie and Benji, driving for Century Motorsport. Add to these reigning Ginetta G20 champion Mark Davies, Ginetta Junior graduate Aaron Williamson and Optimum Motorsport's Stephen Tyldsley, and there is no shortage of drivers who could light up the Silverstone weekend.
As they head into Silverstone though, the main focus will be on Breeze and Wrathall. Can Wrathall close the gap, or will Breeze blow away the opposition and extend his lead?