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BTCC 2016 - Donington Park (Rounds 4-6)

Well, they certainly don’t hang around, do they? In all fairness, though, I don’t think anyone expected anything else – after all, this is a discipline of motorsport that has pretty much built its reputation on the frantic, close-quarters, bumper-to-bumper nature of its racing, and, if the early indications are anything to go by, this is shaping up to be no exception. 3,279 more words

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Touring Car Action

I was hoping to see the WEC sport cars at Spa, but decided to keep my costs down and stay local.

I was particularly looking forward to watching the 4 new Subarus in action. 133 more words

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BTCC 2016 - Brands Hatch Indy (Rounds 1-3)

Well, it’s back…and, to be honest, it was like it had never been away, wasn’t it? I mean, generally, the common theme among all forms of motorsport is that the general standard on-track is inevitably going to drop off after a while – granted, you might get the odd decent race here or there, but, by and large, after two or three years of top-quality action and high drama that, in some cases, goes right down to the final lap, that level gets harder to maintain with every passing season and eventually falls away. 3,266 more words

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Super six - Jackson, Collard and Neal share wins during Donington Park thriller

Mat Jackson, Rob Collard and Matt Neal made it six different winners from the opening six 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship races, as the country’s biggest motor racing series produced an exciting and unpredictable triple-header at Donington Park. 1,922 more words

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Jackson, Collard and Neal win at Donington Park #BTCC thriller

Mat Jackson, Rob Collard and Matt Neal made it six different winners from the opening six 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship races, as the country’s biggest motor racing series produced an exciting and unpredictable triple-header at Donington Park. 1,949 more words

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#BTCC - Halfords Yuasa Racing steal early advantage

Halfords Yuasa Racing set the pace as the 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship revved into life at Brands Hatch this weekend (2-3 April), taking a win for the Honda Civic Type R and leaving the Kent circuit atop the Drivers’, Manufacturers’ and Teams’ tables. 538 more words

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BTCC Starts Today - Motorsport.ie

Speedworks Motorsport’s Tom Ingram secured his first ever BTCC pole position after setting an impressive lap record in the opening qualifying session of the new tin-top season at Brands Hatch.  980 more words

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