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Morris and Hobbs go head-to-head for Ducati TriOptions Cup title

P&H Motorcycles/Carl Cox Motorsport pairing Leon Morris and Dennis Hobbs are set to battle for the 2015 Ducati TriOptions Cup title at the final round of the season at Silverstone this weekend (3/4/5 October).

Morris leads the standings by 13 points ahead of the final two races this weekend, but Hobbs had the advantage last time out at Assen and knows the title isn't out of reach with 50 points available at the Northamptonshire circuit.

Marty Nutt holds third in the standings and after a pair of second places at Assen at the penultimate round of the season, the Ducati Coventry/JHP Racing rider wants to end his year on a high.

Rob Guiver scored his second victory of the season at Assen and he will be pushing hard to hold the advantage over Darren Fry and Sean Neary who arrive at Silverstone equal on 123 points. Jonathan Railton is just a further two points adrift of the pair and riders including Aaron Brown, Alastair Fagan and David Ferns will be pushing to close the gap at the final round.