Fewkes Sport Management is poised to end its 2022 motorsport season with a flurry this coming weekend (15/16 October), as three clients go for glory at both Donington Park and Silverstone Circuit.

As the curtain closes on another action-packed campaign, all eyes will be on Mikey Doble, Danny Dwyer and Oliver Clarke as they chase down championship silverware and season-best results at Donington Park on the Derbyshire/Leicestershire border.

Doble will undoubtedly be the busiest of the three FSM drivers as he fights for title honours on two fronts at two different circuits. Firstly, at Donington Park, the 23-year-old is one of five drivers in contention to be crowned Protyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge champion.

One win and a further six podium finishes sees the Xentek Motorsport driver sit third in the championship standings and well within striking distance of the top with three races remaining.

Secondly, Doble will travel back-and-forth to Silverstone, where he will look to wrap up the Nankang Tyres BMW Compact Cup having racked up a dominant tally of nine victories during the course of the season to-date.

In the ultra-competitive Ginetta GT Academy, fellow Xentek Motorsport racer Dwyer will battle for a top-four finish in the GTA standings in only his second season of car racing.

Dwyer, who is backed by industry leader PHD Access – has enjoyed a superlative sophomore year in the one-make series, becoming a regular front-runner and showing impressive pace whilst fighting for outright podiums in a 29-car field.

Elsewhere, Clarke is set to make a welcome return behind the wheel as he renews his relationship with Hillspeed for an appearance in the GB4 Championship partnered by the BRDC.

Having last competed back in 2020 in what is now known as the GB3 Championship partnered by the BRDC, the single-seater hotshot excelled in his rookie campaign only to be hampered by budget restraints due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Still highly regarded as one of the standout single-seater drivers in the United Kingdom at present, Clarke will be one to watch towards the front of the grid as he looks to help the Markham Vale-based outfit secure the Teams’ Championship.

Will Fewkes, FSM Director, said: “I am pleased to have three fantastic drivers competing across three different series this weekend, rounding out what has been a strong year for FSM in our areas of athlete management and sports marketing.

“Mikey has been in sensational form this season and to be heading into the weekend fighting for two championships is a testament to his abilities. Since the get-go he’s been fighting at the front and has raised his game throughout the campaign.

“The same can be said for Danny – coming to the end of his season in the GT Academy he’s taken a huge step forward, both in and out of the car, and has reaped the rewards. I’m confident both Danny and Mikey will end their seasons in style.

“It’s fantastic to announce that Oliver will be competing in GB4. Having worked on the promotion of leading FIA-sanctioned single-seater racing championships, I maintain that he is one of the most impressive talents that I have seen in recent years. I hope that this appearance will strengthen that point and provide a platform for him to realise his full potential with the right support.”