Double Clio win caps off perfect weekend for Allison

Matt Allison finally tasted success in the 2011 AirAsia Clio Cup UK championship with two wins at Croft last weekend, while the championship contenders were in all the wrong places at the wrong time.

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Another win for Dixon while Goff takes maiden Clio Cup cup success at Oulton

James Dixon took his third win in the seventh round of the 2011 AirAsia Renault Clio Cup at Oulton Park, while Jack Goff cruised to a comfortable maiden success in the series in Sunday’s eighth round.

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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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Rivett and Dixon again taste the champagne in Clio Cup

Rivett still leads the championship

It was a case of Deja vu in the Air Asia Clio Cup as Paul Rivett and James Dixon both repeated their Brands Hatch successes with a win each in their Donington double-header.

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Neal leads a Honda one-two at Donington

Its two poles from two for Matt Neal

Matt Neal continued from where he left off at Brands Hatch by claiming a second consecutive pole position as he led a Honda Racing one-two at Donington Park.

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Rivett takes Clio Cup win as Dixon has disaster

Paul Rivett comfortably won the weekend’s second Clio Cup race at Brands Hatch while race one winner James Dixon was in the wars and Nick Hamilton again made the finish.

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James Dixon hangs on to win Clio opener

James Dixon lived up to his pre-season aspirations by holding off Jake Packun to secure the first victory of the Air Asia Renault Clio Cup and his first win since joining the series.

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Neal blitzes Brands qualifying

Neal broke the lap record as he beat Jordan and Plato to the pole

Matt Neal softened the blow of his Honda team-mate Gordon Shedden by storming to pole position for the opening BTCC round at Brands Hatch, breaking the lap record as he finished an alarming quarter of a second ahead of the field. Read the rest of this entry »