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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Plato takes championship lead with lights-to-flag race two win

Jason Plato sensationally turned the standings on its head by taking another comfortable win at Brands Hatch to go seven points clear at the top of the championship.

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Plato beat Vauxhalls to pole as Honda flounder at Brands Hatch

Reigning champion Jason Plato took a crucial fourth pole position of the season at Brands Hatch this afternoon ahead of the impressive Andrew Jordan, while the two Hondas could only make up the third row of the grid.

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Nash fends off Austin for breakthrough win in final race at Rockingham

Triple Eight Racing’s James Nash finally took his first victory in the British Touring Car Championship by holding off Rob Austin in the reverse grid race at Rockingham, taking the Inependents points lead in the process.

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Plato takes lights to flag win in race one

Silverline Chevrolet’s Jason Plato converted pole position into victory in an exciting opening race at Rockingham to move into third place in the championship.

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Plato takes controversial Rockingham pole position

Jason Plato took his third pole position of the year in an exciting qualifying session at Rockingham this afternoon, although he was involved in a controversial incident with arch rival Matt Neal that saw the pair almost come to blows.

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Jackson claims fourth reverse-grid win to steal series lead

Race three was a familiar story as Mat Jackson took the victory in the final race of the day for the fourth time of the season, taking the championship lead as an added bonus.

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Shedden hits back in race two to take championship lead

Gordon Shedden returned the favour for Honda by beating the Chevrolet drivers in the second race of the day, taking the lead in the series as his team-mate Matt Neal again failed to score. Read the rest of this entry »


Runaway Neal wins again in race two

Matt Neal extended his championship lead by repeating his earlier performance at Croft this afternoon with a more comfortable victory in the second race of the day.

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