Tim Harvey leaves Carrera Cup, makes way for Vernon

Reigning Porsche Carrera Cup GB champion Tim Harvey has apparently made a shock announcement that he is to step down from the 2011 championship with immediate effect, as a result of feeling that the new regulations meant he felt he was “not able to compete at the same level” anymore.

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From the memory banks: Oulton Park 2005

With the next round of the BTCC approaching at Oulton Park, it brings back the memories from one of the classic race weekends from the Cheshire circuit, not just for the hard-fought racing that was showcased on the track – but for the chaos off track as the weather couldn’t make up it’s mind…

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George’s late Gamble pays off to end Morris streak

George Gamble finally brought Seb Morris’ unbeaten run of four wins to an end at Thruxton last weekend as the pair shared the victories in Ginetta Junior.

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Smith keeps his head to take eventful Clio brace

Aron Smith brilliantly won two closely-fought Clio Cup UK races at Thruxton to stake his claim as a genuine championship threat this season.

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Breeze and Morgan take over at the Sharp end

Tom Sharp’s 100 per cent record of wins in Ginetta GT Supercup was finally broken last weekend at Thruxton, as Carl Breeze took two wins in three frenetic races to get his championship campaign back on track.

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Lynn undoes Donington damage with double

Fortec Motorsport driver Alex Lynn was again the star of the show in Formula Renault UK as he dominated the weekend’s races at Thruxton with a double win to close up the points gap after his Donington exclusion.

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Plato Cruzes to race three win

Jason Plato finally put to an end a horror run of bad luck by sealing a well-driven victory in the final race of the day at Thruxton.

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Two from two for Sutton at Thruxton

James Sutton rounded off a perfect weekend with his second win from pole position of the weekend at the Hampshire circuit to extend his championship lead.

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UPDATE: Jordan dropped to third by officials

Andrew Jordan has lost his runner-up spot from Thruxton’s second British Touring Car Championship race due toa time penaly handed to him by officials. Read the rest of this entry »


Neal returns to the top step in race two

Matt Neal continued his 2011 record of winning a race at every race meeting so far with his third win of the season in race two at Thruxton.

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