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Field targets first podium of the season at Donington Park

Birmingham's Ben Field is aiming for his first podium finish of the Ducati TriOptions 848 Challenge season at Donington Park this weekend as he prepares to build on his best finish of fourth place at the Brands Hatch season opener.

Field added the fourth place to his fifth from the opening race; closing in on the podium in the second race for the Rapido Sport Racing Ducati team. Field is now hopeful that a recent test can put him within striking distance of the top three as he bids to close in on the standings leader Jonathan Railton.

Field said: "I was happy with the result from Brands Hatch due to the limited time we had to get used to the new bike pre-season. We were changing massive things between races which wasn't ideal but I did the best job I could.  During the break since the first round I've managed to get a test day in to help me get more prepared for the weekend, so hopefully a podium will be more of an achievable goal. This year I really want to battle for the Championship, which I feel with a good setup and feeling with the bike I think it's a ambition that could be achieved."