Wrathall heads to his home circuit looking to add to Thruxton podium

Frank Wrathall heads to his home circuit at Oulton Park in the best possible mood as he looks to contiune on from claiming a superb podium finish at Thruxton that he feels was his best BTCC drive to date.

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Plato snatches late Oulton pole position from Neal

Championship leader Jason Plato snatched pole position from Honda’s Matt Neal in the dying stages of a thrilling qualifying session at Oulton Park this afternoon.

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Will Bratt to race Rob Austin Audi at Oulton Park

Former single seater racer Will Bratt will make his BTCC debut at Oulton Park this weekend driving the sole Rob Austin Racing Audi.

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Lynn still dominant with another double at Oulton park

Alex Lynn continued to be unstoppable in the 2011 Formula Renault UK 2.0 Championship as he clicked off another double victory after two more fine displays at Oulton Park.

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Sutton and Jelley win as Butcher stars in the damp

James Sutton picked up another win in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at Oulton Park, before Stephen Jelley broke his run with victory in a damp race two that saw another more unexpected name shine.

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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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Jackson salvages well-earned race three victory

After a difficult weekend Mat Jackson picked up a brilliant win in the final race of the day, wrapping up an action-packed weekend of racing at Oulton park.

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Drama as Honda’s last corner calamity gifts Plato win

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Honda self-destructed to gift Plato win (photo credit: btcc.net)

Jason Plato won a controversial and manic second touring car race but only as a result of a catastrophic error from Matt Neal, who took out himself and his team-mate Gordon Shedden at the final corner of the race.

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Shedden gambles to win wet opening thriller

Honda’s Gordon Shedden converted pole into success in the opening race at Oulton Park after changeable conditions turned the race into a lottery with drivers on different tyre strategies.

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Shedden on pole as Honda lock-out front row again

Gordon Shedden beat his team-mate Matt Neal in qualifying at Oulton Park to take a second pole in a row, while an inspired Andy Neate took third place for Arena Ford.

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