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 »

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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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Tordoff holds his cool for a ‘fantastic’ first Porsche win

Oulton Park saw a new winner in the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain as Sam Tordoff took his first pole and victory at the Cheshire circuit, holding off championship leader Michael Meadows.

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Tordoff takes first Porsche Carrera Cup GB win as Meadows extends points lead

Sam Tordoff starred in last weekend’s Porsche Carrera Cup GB round at Oulton Park by taking his first pole and race victory in the series, while Redline Racing’s Michael Meadows extended his points lead with race two spoils.

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Hodgetts stuns the opposition with clean sweep on Clio return

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2007 Clio Cup UK runner-up Stefan Hodgetts returned to the series in style as he won both races at Oulton Park last weekend for Scuderia Vittoria.

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Ingram cuts Sharp points lead with dominant double

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Tom Ingram finally proved that the Ginetta GT Supercup is not a one-man championship show by taking both victories at Oulton Park to trim the large points lead of Tom Sharp.

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Unstoppable Murray dominates Junior thrillers at Oulton Park

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Douglas Motorsport’s Niall Murray stormed into the Ginetta Junior championship lead with a double win at Oulton Park last weekend in two action-packed races at the Cheshire circuit.

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