TITLE-CHASING Dan Edwards heads to Mallory Park this weekend on the back of reclaiming his British Superkart Grand Prix 125 Open crown.

The Tarvin race ace wrestled back the title he had previously won in 2006, 2009 and 2010 with a superb display at Snetterton.

It was one of three top-two performances Edwards produced at the Norfolk track.

Before being crowned a Grand Prix king for the fourth time, he finished second and then first in his two British Superkart Association 125 Open National Championship races.

The podium places means he sits second in the overall championship standings going into the season’s penultimate meeting at Mallory Park in Leicestershire on Sunday.

Edwards would like to thank Palletforce and E C Farrall Transport for their support.

Andy Meyrick, the reigning Historic Group C champion and former Aston Martin Racing factory driver, has returned the UK to make his debut in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at Snetterton this weekend.

The 26-year-old from Delamere will compete for Team Parker Racing in the Pro category for the remaining five rounds of the 2012 series thanks to the support of Lindberg Optic Design, the Danish luxury eyewear designers and manufacturers.

“I’m genuinely really excited about this opportunity,” said Meyrick, who has raced in North America and Europe in recent years and whose most recent outing was at the Total 24 Hours of Spa in a McLaren MP4-12C GT3 for Gulf Racing UK.

“The Porsche Carrera Cup GB is a really class championship and it always produces some tight and entertaining racing.

“It will be tough coming in halfway through the year and racing against some Porsche specialists but I’ll give it everything I’ve got.

“I’m looking forward to doing some sprint racing again after the last few years in endurance racing.

“It’s a real pleasure to be associated with Lindberg, representing them in the UK.”