Jack Goff is confident he can continue the form he showed at Knockhill to pick up more vital British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) points this weekend.

The 25-year-old, who is from High Wycombe, heads to Rockingham on the back of three points finishes, including a second place, last time out in the BTCC.

He is currently ninth in the overall drivers’ championship and believes he can replicate his Knockhill display at a track he is fond of.

“The Knockhill result was just what we needed to get back on track and Rockingham should be a decent circuit for myself,” the Team IHG Rewards Club driver said.

“Last year I qualified third at Rockingham, which is my best BTCC starting spot.

“After I made it to fourth on the grid last weekend at Knockhill, I know that if we can tie everything together for the crucial lap, then there’s no reason why a repeat and at least one podium finish can’t be on the cards.”

Goff’s performances have taken his WSR team to the top of the BTCC manufacturer/constructor championship.

Rockingham is the eighth race of the season and WSR enjoy an impressive history at the Sunbury-on-Thames based circuit.

They collected double victories there during the title winning seasons of 2009 and 2014 as well as claiming 11 other podium finishes.

With the season fast approaching its climax, team principal Dick Bennetts is eager for Goff to maintain his performance levels at Rockingham.

“We’re into the final stages of the season now and the battle for the top positions is intensifying all the time,” he said.

“Jack and Team IHG Rewards Club had a terrific result with second at Knockhill, but we all need to keep that going.

“Some other cars have boosted their performance in the past month, which makes every point that little bit more difficult to score.

“Jack is driving well and no car has scored more podiums than the BMW this year, so it’s clear our machinery is fast and reliable everywhere.”

The Rockingham triple header consists of three races across the weekend before the championship moves on to Silverstone in September.

Fellow High Wycombe racers Tom Ingram and Matt Simpson will look to strengthen their Speedworks Motorsport team’s position in the independent standings.

Speedworks are currently someway behind leaders Motorbase Performance, but can extend their 29-point advantage in second.