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BTCC - Oulton Park (R10-12)

It might not have been quite as eventful as what had gone before, but, to be honest…that was probably to be expected. The early stages of the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship have still been as close and as frenetic as ever, and, while it’s unrealistic to expect a modern-day classic race every time the cars take to the track…even the uneventful rounds have contributed to what is turning into an intriguing battle at the head of the points. 2,092 more words

Touring Cars

DRIVEN ➤ The 2015 Honda Civic Type R

Wayne Gorrett

I was in Slovakia recently to drive the much-awaited Honda Civic Type R. The morning’s route traversed public roads in the foothills of the Austrian Alps east of Vienna. 1,609 more words

Waynes World Auto

Unfinished business for touring car champions

– Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden team up in Lotus Cortina
– BTCC legends target elusive victory in showdown for sixties saloons
– Epic battles predicted in two-driver U2TC race… 659 more words

Circuit Racing

Civic Tourer

It’s 10 years since I last bought a Honda.

Mine was a last of the line Civic Type S, which preceded the Space Ship design which came out in 2005. 286 more words


BTCC - Donington Park (R4-6)

With each passing season, the hype surrounding the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship seems to ramp up another level, but, in recent years, the expectations haven’t really been matched on-track. 2,006 more words

Touring Cars

BTCC 2015 - Donington Park | Rated and Reviewed

Although we’ve already discussed ITV’s coverage of the BTCC, our Touring Car Correspondent gives his opinions on whether the races at Donington Park were worth getting so worked up over. 1,210 more words


Trio of winners at Donington Park

Matt Neal maintained his championship lead following an eventful three races at Donington Park.

Team BMR took two out of three victories with the third going to Neal. 597 more words