10:54am Thursday 13th October 2011
Bradley Ellis will assess his options for next year after the final rounds of the Dunlop Radical UK Cup this weekend.
The Croydon racer heads to Snetterton out of contention for the championship, with him and Supreme Racing driving partner Andy Cummings not having competed in every round.
But he wants to end the campaign on a high.
"We had a really good test session at Snetterton earlier this year so that leaves us in good stead," he said.
“We’re not in the championship fight but it would be great to get our third podium of the year.
"It’s slightly unrealistic to think we can win as Andy is still in his first Radical season and year racing at national level.
"He’s done immensely well and improved massively with every round. He naturally just needs more time in the car but it won’t be long before we’ll start winning as we certainly have the basis for a strong partnership.
"More than anything I’m looking for a consistent end to the season before I look at my options for the winter and 2012.”
© Copyright 2001-2013 Newsquest Media Group