Lolas British Formula Three International series teams and drivers reconvene this weekend after a small summer break to do battle at the home of the British Grand Prix, Silverstone.

Despite the break, Lolas three representing teams, P1 Motorsport, Promatecme UK and Fluid Motorsport, have been hard at work testing to enhance their performance after recent good results.

P1 driver Danilo Dirani claimed two podium positions at Monza last month, performances that pushed him back in to contention at the top of the points table. The Brazilian is hoping that form will continue this weekend at Silverstone, where he has also recently been testing the Lola built A1 'Team Brazil' car as a potential precursor to a drive in the all-new winter series.

"Silverstone should see a good performance from me and the Lola chassis as we were in good shape at the test earlier this week," Dirani said. "We have also tested at Pembrey and the Lola engineers have been working hard at the factory so we believe that we can challenge right at the front again."

Promatecme who are based at Silverstone will be hoping for better fortune for their Championship class driver, Steven Kane, who has had to face a run of appalling misfortune in the last handful of races.

With Kane starting on pole position for the re-arranged Spa race that will be held on Saturday, the Damon Hill managed driver will be in prime position for his first British Championship class win.

"It is a good chance for me," said Kane. "It will be tough as the Silverstone Grand Prix track is fast and wide so there is plenty of opportunity to pass but overall after the recent testing we have done we should be in the hunt for some good results there. Just as at Monza there should be some terrific racing this weekend."

Charlie Hollings had a frustrating weekend at Monza by his own high standards and as he explains is out for some maximum scores at Silverstone, because like Kane he starts the Spa race from class pole.

"Monza was disappointing for me so I need to bounce back this weekend," said the hard charging Yorkshireman. "I am just going to go for it now and try and claw as many points back as possible on Barton (Mawer)."

Ben Clucas will be gunning for more victories after getting a taste for the top step of an F3 podium after a stunning drive at Monza. The 21 year old who lives in Tinwick just around the corner from the main gates of Silverstone, believes that more success isn't far away for him and the Fluid Motorsport team who run the Lola-Dome for the Brit.

"We have delivered what we believed we could achieve and now we are aiming for more of the same," he said. "The test could have gone better on Tuesday but I am still confident going in to the weekend,"

The re-scheduled Spa race will take place on the Saturday, with the Silverstone double-header going ahead on Sunday as planned.