The 13 and 14 July will see round four of the European Talent Cup take place at the MotorLand circuit Aragon. There will be two races over the weekend.

The circuit is known for its famous wall that forms the dramatic backdrop for many a photo of the competitors as they complete the 5.078 kilometres (3.155 mile) track. The two Wilson Racing riders will have to negotiate 7 left hand corners and 10 right and then quickly get up to speed down the main straight that is just under a kilometre in length.

The track varies in elevation by 50 metres during the lap and features the reverse corkscrew between turns eight and nine.

The official lap record for the European Talent Cup class is 2:03.909 which was set by Fermin Aldeguer in 2018, although Manuel Gonzalez was 0.435 seconds quicker with his qualifying lap the same year when he took pole position.

Last year Jose Rueda and David Muñoz shared the race victories, with the rest of the podium positions shared between Victor Rodriguez, Xavier Artigas, David Salvador and Daniel Muñoz.

Fenton Seabright is currently ninth in the championship with 34 points. He and Jack Hart arrive off the back of a weekend of successful British Talent Cup racing on the Donington Park GP circuit.

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Fenton Seabright celebrating victory Photo: Dorna Sports

Last weekend British Talent Cup results

Seabright started second in the British Talent Cup races. In the first race he unfortunately crashed out whilst battling for the race lead with Scott Ogden and Cameron Horsman. In the second race he made a double overtake into the Melbourne loop on the final lap to take his first victory in the British Talent Cup. He is third in the overall standings on 69 points.

Jack Hart started the races from seventh. He struggled at the start in race one but came through to catch the chasing group and finished sixth. In the second race he came home eighth ahead of ex-Wilson racing rider Charlie Atkins. He is 6th in the standings on 57 points.

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Jack Hart Donington July 2019 Dorna Sports

ETC Aragon Timetable

The formal action for the European Talent Cup race weekend gets underway on Saturday with qualifying starting on Saturday morning. As usual there will be two qualifying groups due to the fact there are 62 riders entered for the weekend. Group A will go out at 11:15 with Group B following straight after at 12:05. The two groups of qualifying will then return to the track at 15:10 and 16:00 respectively Saturday afternoon.

MotorLand Aragon will see two European Talent Cup races on the Sunday. The first will start at 12:00 (11:00 UK) with the second three hours later (14:00 UK).