Steve Train took the fiercely contested Lotus Cup UK Supersport title this weekend in the season finale at Snetterton.
Bentley races Train for Snetterton spoils
Steve Train was crowned Lotus Cup UK SuperSport champion at Snetterton after a tense final round, in which both winner Rob Fenn and runner-up Glenn Sherwood, sharing with Jamie Stanley, could have taken the title.
Polesitter Fenn was passed by a charging Martin Donnelly at the start, and the Evora led much of the
race, with GT and historic ace Michael Lyons also in contention. However, making up for an extended safety car period, the pair made their mandatory stops too late for the pit window, incurring
penalties. This left Adrian Hall to claim the final podium place ahead of Production winner Andrew
Bentley was also star of the Elise Trophy races, in the absence of series dominator Rob Boston, who
withdrew after qualifying issues. After a spin from Jon LaMaster, Craig Denman and Ken Savage
fought over the final podium place in race one, despite a collision at Oggies. Denman took a second
podium later on, with Adam Knight finishing third.