The 2011 Michelin Ginetta GT Supercup heads to Snetterton this weekend to start the second half of what is turning out to be a topsy turvy season, with early domination from Tom Sharp slowly being cancelled out by Carl Breeze.

It's experienced Ginetta racer Breeze who tops the leaderboard heading into the second half of the year, with ten podium finishes to his name in the opening fourteen races, including two wins. That gives him a thirteen point lead over Sharp, who held a commanding lead early on after taking the opening six race wins, but a best result of third since has seen him slip to second.

The duo will once again come up against tough opposition in Norfolk, with the Supercup boasting a field littered with talented drivers. Amongst them, former Ginetta G50 Cup champion Nathan Freke will be hoping to add to his three wins so far this season, while the hugely talented Stefan Hodgetts will aim to continue his strong start to his Supercup career, having taken three podiums in the five races he's competed in. Other racewinners looking to win again will be Adam Morgan and former BTCC champion Tim Harvey.

As well as the main G55 class, there is the G50 class providing entertainment, which is currently being led by Tom Ingram. His closest rival is Jody Fannin, 42 points behind, with Aaron Williamson and Jake Hill in close pursuit. Returning after three months out is Louise Richardson, who will be hoping to make up for lost time with more podium finishes, as will her brother Andy Richardson.

New to the G50 class at Snetterton will be Josh Fielding, brother of Ginetta Junior racer Sennan Fielding, while Phil Broad returns in a Century Motorsport run G55.