In case you missed it: Boardman in the wars in race three

The reverse grid races were designed to create chaotic mixed-up racing, and the chance to produce new winners. Tom Boardman added his name to the list of BTCC winners last weekend at Knockhill, but it came in a ruthless way, much to the displeasure of Jason Plato who’s race ended in the barriers….

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Boardman takes controversial first win in race three

An estatic Tom Boardman took his first British Touring Car win in a chaotic final race of the day at Knockhill, but ableit in a controversial way.

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Shedden takes home win in second Knockhill race

Scotland’s Gordon Shedden lead a Honda one-two in the second race at Knockhill to the delight of his home fans after mistakes from Tom Chilton handed him the chance he needed to take victory.

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Dominant Chilton takes first win for new Ford in Knockhill opener

Tom Chilton went one better from his pole position by claiming a dominant win in the opening race of the day at Knockhill, while there was drama for championship leader Mat Jackson who failed to score. 

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Chilton takes first pole for new Ford Focus as underdogs shine in Knockhill

Tom Chilton finally claimed his and the new ‘global’ Ford Focus’ first pole position of the season at Knockhill this afternoon in a session that saw three stoppages and a surprise second row.

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Classic BTCC – Knockhill

With a handful of drivers seperated by almost nothing in the standings, the 2011 British Touring Car Championship is shaping up nicely with four rounds to go, and the next stop for the series will be to Scotland and Knockhill circuit – a small ribbon of road that offers arguably one of the most exciting events on the calendar as these classic races should prove.

2006, race 2 – Giovanardi’s gutsy defence for Vauxhall’s 100th win

The second race at Knockhill in 2006 was one of the most memorable at the circuit, lead away by the Vauxhall of Fabrizio Giovanardi, both still without a win that year in what was the Italian’s first season. But the way he had to hang onto the lead kept everyone on the edge of their seats…

(Originally uploaded to Youtube by )

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