The MCE British Superbike Championship heads to Oulton Park this weekend and championship winning team for a record fifth time, GSE Racing aim to end the season, and their five-year relationship with title sponsor Wrigley's Airwaves, in style.
This final championship round features extra race on Saturday, giving the 2009 Champion Leon Camier, the chance to claim his second treble of the season.
His team-mate James Ellison however, will be pushing to add to his win tally and consolidate second in the series standings.
Camier, returning from a WSB ride on the factory Aprilia last weekend, said: "These past couple of weeks have been pretty hectic so I've not had a chance to sit down and really let the title sink in.
It does feel as though the pressure is off to some extent but the motivation to win is as strong as ever, although I know it's not going to be easy. James is going to be fast straight away, as will Josh Brookes."
Winner last time out, Ellison is looking forward to carrying on this momentum at Oulton Park to secure success over Honda rival Stuart Easton in the second place battle for the championship.
Ellison said: "The past three race meetings have gone better and better for me. We've made small changes here and there, and now the Airwaves Yamaha is really working for me.
"It's a shame we couldn't have got to this point earlier, but the championship now belongs to Leon and all I can do is go out there, top practice, and try and win all three races."