ENGLISHMAN Ralph Firman aims to cap off a highly successful but at the same time disappointing first season in Formula Three racing by winning at the Macau Grand Prix this weekend. Firman virtually led throughout the 18-race English F3 Series until the very last meeting at Thruxton when he failed to make the podium allowing arch-rival Oliver Gavin, who finished third, to clinch the overall title. 'I'm hoping to raise my game in Macau although this is the first time I'll be racing on a street circuit,' said 20-year-old Firman, who will be driving a Dallara-Mugen in San Miguel's red, white and gold colours. 'I had the speed all year, but we will need to make some small adjustments to the car because the streets should be a bit bumpy. But my team has got a lot of experience in Macau.' Firman's team, Paul Stewart Racing (PSR), won the Macau race in 1991 with current Formula 1 driver, Scotsman David Coulthard. PSR have also brought in another newcomer to Macau in Brazil's Helio Castro Neves, second in the Brazilian F3 Championship in 1993 and 1994 and was third behind Gavin and Firman in this year's English season. Team manager Andy Miller, however, is confident his two young drivers will be hard to beat despite their shortage of experience in street racing. 'The Guia circuit is not difficult to learn and I expect them both to be right up there.' Also competing under the San Miguel banner is Argentina's Norberto Fontana, the newly-crowned German F3 champion. The Kaufamann Motor Sports team's number one driver will be behind the wheels of a Dallara-Opel.