Speedworks boss says O’Neill the best man for the job

Speedworks team boss Christian Dick says he is delighted to have Paul O’Neill on board for the next BTCC round at Croft, saying that the Widnes ace was the ideal candidate for the drive.

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Paul O’Neill to make BTCC return with Speedworks at Croft

Paul O’Neill will be back behind the wheel of of British Touring Car when the series heads to Croft next weekend, replacing Tony Hughes in the Speedworks Toyota Avensis.

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Oulton round-up: Honda take a clean sweep in Cheshire to move into championship lead

Shedden now leads the championship for the first time in 2012 after a fifth win.

Round four at Oulton Park was a fantastic one for the Honda Yuasa Racing team as they won all three of the weekend’s BTCC races at the Cheshire circuit, with two wins for Matt Neal and one for Gordon Shedden moving the latter into the series lead as the series heads to Croft in two weeks time.

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AMD eager to put difficult weekend behind them

The AMD Milltek team have already shifted their focus to the next BTCC round at Croft after another difficult weekend for the team last weekend at Oulton Park. Read the rest of this entry »

Jordan ready to win at Croft after double podium at Oulton Park

Andrew Jordan said that the two podiums at Oulton Park last weekend were just what he needed as he hunts for that elusive first win of 2012 more than ever, saying that the team are now heading in the right direction.

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Neal wins again in a chaotic reverse grid race

Matt Neal made it a clean sweep for Honda Yuasa Racing at Oulton Park with victory in the reverse grid race ahead of Jason Plato and Onslow-Cole in a chaotic race truncated by safety car periods.

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Shedden extends championship lead with race two victory at Oulton Park

Gordon Shedden extended his championship lead with victory in race two at Oulton Park by holding off Andrew Jordan, while Jason Plato recovered from the back of the grid to third place to deny Dan Welch a podium for Proton.

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