Hong Kong's Darryl O'Young never dreamed he would be fighting for a title - but that is what he will be doing next weekend. Having become the first Chinese driver to complete a full season in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC), O'Young has a good feeling he will be crowned world independents' trophy champion in Macau, where the final two rounds of the championship will take place. O'Young returns to his domain as a three-times race winner and he will have a huge advantage over title rival Sergio Hernandez of Spain, who leads O'Young by just 21 points with 43 points up for grabs next Sunday. 'I had no idea I would be fighting for the title at the beginning of the season because I was just trying to learn about racing in it for the first time,' said O'Young (pictured). 'The title means a lot to me and it's crucial I do well in Macau. I need to put pressure on Hernandez.' O'Young, who races for Britain-based Bamboo Engineering, improved his title prospects last week when he claimed his third independents' win in his Chevrolet Lacetti at the Okayama International Circuit in Japan. He will start as favourite in the category on the Guia circuit having won twice in the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia series (2005 and 2007) and once in the Macau GT Cup in 2008. Hernandez has never won in Macau. After 10 race events and 20 races in the WTCC, O'Young, 30, has managed three wins, 10 podiums and two poles to compile 103 points. Hernandez has 124 points. Overall, O'Young is in 15th place on 11 championship points. 'It's been great competing for the independents' trophy. We have been trying really hard and we have a great car,' said O'Young. Macau will also have added significance for O'Young, who is involved in a children's charity. 'We will have 20 kids from Hong Kong and 15 from Macau from the Make A Wish Foundation attending the races,' he said. 'Hopefully, it will be exciting for everyone.'