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Hobbs hunting home win as Ducati TriOptions Cup debuts at Knockhill

The Ducati TriOptions Cup makes its first visit to Knockhill in Scotland this weekend (27/28/29 June) for the third round of the season with Kelty's Dennis Hobbs hungry for home glory.

P&H Motorcycles/Carl Cox Motorsport's Hobbs has yet to claim a victory this season but with three podiums notched up already he will be pushing for wins this weekend at his home round. First he has to stop the winning momentum of his team-mate Leon Morris who heads the top of the standings following three wins from four of the opening races.

Rob Guiver has been another of the race winners so far this season and the Hyside Motorcycles rider is just two points adrift of Hobbs in the title race and pushing for the second place in the overall standings as they bid to close down Morris.

Sean Neary has also been a podium finisher this season and will be  eager to add a substantial points haul to his championship this weekend, whilst reigning 848 champion Marty Nutt is still yet to seal an elusive top three finish this season for the Ducati Coventry/JHP Racing team.

18-year-old Paul McClung will make his debut on the grid this weekend as one of the rising stars of Scottish bike racing. The Haddington-based rider has celebrated the Scottish Championships at F125, Mini Twin and Superstock 600 levels and is relishing his appearance in the Cup this weekend. 

McClung said: "I'm really looking forward to the event, and more so now that l will also be riding in the Ducati TriOptions Cup. It's a real honour for me and hopefully l can score some solid results at Knockhill."