Robbie Kerr says he feels the title cards could be stacked in A1 Team Great Britain's favour after seeing the 2007/08 A1GP calendar, which has been officially unveiled today.

The final round of the series will again be the team's home race at Brands Hatch in Great Britain, which Kerr believes could prove a decisive advantage in terms of the destiny of the championship - which he hopes he will be able to clinch on home soil in the third season of the series.

"With A1 Team Great Britain getting better and better, it can only be good for us to have the final round at Brands Hatch," he said. "Hopefully we will have already got the title wrapped up before we get to Brands Hatch, but if we don't, then knowing how good we are at Brands Hatch could help us.

"We had such support tremendous from the crowd this season, and I'm sure we will have that again."

The new calendar has also gone down well with the Canadian team, which will hope to challenge the likes of GB, New Zealand and defending champions Germany.

"I think the new calendar represents the growth of A1GP as a truly international racing series," A1 Team Canada seat holder Wade Cherwayko said. "We've established a foot-hold in some amazing territories and the fact that we're returning to race at some venues for a third straight season shows how well the series has been working with individual promoters.

"We need to get A1 Team Canada firing on all cylinders now and into regular contention for race wins. We've had a win and some podiums through the first two seasons but if we're to take on the likes of Germany, France and Great Britain we need to focus on our own consistency!"



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